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May 20, 2022
International exhibition on aftermath of the Great War opens at National Museum of Ireland
After the Great War Exhibition
May 12, 2022
Join Africa Day 2022 Celebrations
12/5/22: Glencree celebrates #AfricaDay2022
May 12, 2022
4th Annual Una O’Higgins O’Malley Lecture & Strategic Plan Launch
April 7, 2022
Legacy of Violence – Women’s Residential
31/03/2022
April 5, 2022
Passing of Sr. Mary Kevin O’Higgins
5/04/2022
March 31, 2022
Glencree PeaceIV project event with Kabosh Theatre Company
29/03/2022
March 31, 2022
Ciarán Ó Cuinn joins Glencree Board
29/3/22
March 8, 2022
Women In Leadership – Webinar
8/03/2022
February 18, 2022
Glencree Presents to Joint Committee on the Implementation of the Good Friday Agreement
Glencree presents to Joint Committee for the Implementation of the Good Friday Agreement

April 29, 2021

Glencree Journal 2021: Cheryl Lawther & Luke Moffett

April 29, 2021

Glencree Journal 2021: Samuel Guthrie

April 29, 2021

Glencree Journal 2021: Niall Gilmartin

April 29, 2021

Glencree Journal 2021: Sadie Gilker

April 29, 2021

Glencree Journal 2021: Geoffrey Corry

April 29, 2021

Glencree Journal 2021: C. K. Martin Chung

April 29, 2021

Glencree Journal 2021: Kate Catterall

April 29, 2021

Glencree Journal 2021: Ashle Bailey-Gilreath

April 29, 2021

Glencree Journal 2021: Leanne Abernethy

April 29, 2021

JOURNAL: Dealing with the Legacy of Conflict in Northern Ireland through Engagement and Dialogue

In 2017, the Glencree Centre for Peace & Reconciliation (Glencree) was awarded European Regional Development Fund funding under the PEACE IV Programme for the 'Addressing the Legacy of Violence through Facilitated Dialogue' project.
May 4, 2021

Glencree Journal: Dealing with Legacy of Conflict in N.I.

5/5/2021: How the 2001 experience at Holy Cross Girls' School shaped identity, memory & understanding of the N.I. conflict
May 19, 2021

Glencree Journal: Dealing with Legacy of Conflict in N.I.

19/5/2021: Is reconciliation for victims & survivors in NI becoming ‘a cover for political institutional failings’ or can it be salvaged? Joseph Robinson examines.