Monthly Archives: May 2017

Messines Peace Park: Its contribution to Irish-British reconciliation

Barbara Walshe, Chair of the Glencree Board, took part in a seminar and discussion at Dublin City Hall with former and current politicians from North and South on Friday 19th May 2017.

The event was sponsored by the Royal Dublin Fusiliers Association and Dublin City Library & Archive and it highlighted the numbers of young men […]

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Jo Berry remembers Glencree

Ms Jo Berry, whose father, Sir Anthony Berry was killed in the IRA Brighton bombing during the 1984 Tory Party Conference spoke recently about her journey of reconciliation at the International Institute of Restorative Practice Conference in Dublin. A former participant in the Lets Involve the […]

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The radical working class Protestant tradition in Northern Ireland

The UNITE/Glencree Spring School on ‘The Radical Working Class Protestant Tradition in Northern Ireland’ in Dublin on Saturday 6th May was a lively and thought-provoking event, with nearly 60 people turning up to hear speakers including trade unionist Peter Bunting, historian and playwright Philip Orr, former Progressive Unionist Party leader Brian Ervine and writer and […]

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