Glencree's programme and project work is focused on the following core areas: Our Community and Political Dialogue Programme works with political parties and their representatives, drawn from across the islands of Ireland and Britain, as well as civic society organisations, the diplomatic community and other actors integral to the political debate. Our Intercultural and Refugee Programme aims to make Ireland a more welcoming and inclusive place, with respect for all ethnic, faith and cultural backgrounds. Our Women's Leadership Programme encourages women who have experienced political conflict to actively engage in political processes that promote peacebuilding. Our Public Discourse work promotes an all-island, civil society approach to lasting peace. Our Peace Education work connects and engages students and young adults on a cross border, north-south basis. Our Missing Peace: Youth, Peace & Reconciliation Project aims to build the capacity of youth workers/organisations to engage young people, including a particular focus on young women, in peacebuilding and reconciliation processes.
Our Peace IV project, which operated from 2018-2022 and is now in the post-project evaluation phase, focused on the legacy of conflict for victims/survivors groups in Northern Ireland.
those who have been impacted by conflict including victims/survivors, women, marginalised minorities and international conflict and post-conflict societies; members of ethnic and faith minority communities; women activists/peacebuilders; students/young adults; and other stakeholders who share our vision of sustainable peace, from community leaders to politicians, diplomats to faith groups.