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Perceptions of Northern Ireland: A community relations perspective

Perceptions of Northern Ireland: A community relations perspective
by H. Eilish BOSCHERT
30 June 2017

Northern Ireland is used as a case study for peacebuilding across the globe, attracting the attention and scrutiny of mediators, researchers, politicians, and students, like myself; however, learning about Northern Ireland is nothing compared to engaging with it, and engaging with Northern Ireland is a learning experience in and of itself.

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Resilience to conflict: a new foray in reconciliation?

Resilience to conflict: A new foray in reconciliation?
by Eilish BOSCHERT for Shared Future News
25 May 2017

Healing through Remembering welcomed Dr David Backer to present a seminar entitled ‘Resilience to conflict: A new, integrated, granular measure’. The event was co-hosted by Ulster University, which has recently partnered with the University of Maryland to develop lectures on peace tracking. This was their inaugural event.

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Together in Pieces: Murals not for pretty colours but conflict transformation @ImagineBelfast

Together in Pieces: Murals not for pretty colours but conflict transformation
By Eilish BOSCHERT for Northern Ireland Foundation
25 March 2017

Filmmakers Eileen Walsh and David Dryden showcased their short, documentary film Together in Pieces at the historic Sunflower Pub on 25th March as part of the third annual Imagine Belfast Festival of Ideas and Politics.

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Are we living in a post-truth democracy? @ImagineBelfast

‘Are We Living in a Post-Truth Democracy?’
A #DemocracyDay talk by Bill ADAIR at the Imagine Belfast Festival
by Eilish BOSCHERT for Northern Ireland Foundation
24 March 2017

Hosted by FactCheck NI as part of Imagine Belfast Festival of Ideas and Politics, Bill Adair presented his lecture ‘Are We Living in a Post-Truth Democracy?’ at the Conor Lecture Theatre at Ulster University on Friday, March 24th.