The Unfinished Business of Peace & Reconciliation

3/3/2023: The John and Pat Hume Foundation and Community Dialogue, are gathering today in partnership with the Glencree Centre for Peace & Reconciliation, Youth Action NI, Holywell Trust, Ulster University and Integrated Education Fund at the Peace Summit 2023 from 10.30am to 4.30pm at Ulster University Magee Campus, Derry/Londonderry.

The Peace Summit is being supported by the International Fund for Ireland.


The Good Friday Agreement will be 25 years old in April 2023. Therefore, it is timely that preparations are underway for a Peace Summit that will: take a stock check of the unfinished business of peace and reconciliation in Northern Ireland over the past 25 years, hold a mirror up to those with responsibility for its delivery and produce recommendations for a way forward for the next 25 years; consider what young people want for the future and use their responses to influence government policy; decide how current peace building advocates can support a new generation of peace builders to deliver a united and shared society.

In advance of the summit, the partner organisations have been engaging with young people across NI, peacemakers, community and minority groups.

A draft Peace Summit report will be presented on 3 March 2023 with panel and roundtable discussions.


Please register for the conference through the Microsoft form, link here –

We look forward to welcoming you at our event and encourage you to register early as places will be limited.

If you require further information, contact:

THE JOHN & PAT HUME FOUNDATION MEDIA CONTACT: Tim Attwood | M: + 44 (0)7802279939 | E:

GLENCREE CENTRE MEDIA CONTACT: Valerie Ringrose Fitzsimons | M: +353 (0)86 3771020 |