Can education, notions of deliberative democracy and intercultural integration come together to rescue our dysfunctional democracies?
A recent murder in Belfast highlights the continuing reach of paramilitary groups in Northern Ireland.
The post-coup political environment could provide a ripe moment to reinstate the peace talks between Ankara and the Kurdish movement.
The EU has made cross-border co-operation easier in Ireland. Anything that puts physical border controls back up will destabilise the peace process.
Northern Ireland has made considerable progress in securing the peace after decades of violence, however, much work remains to be done.
The European Union is an obstacle to Balkan Development. The desire to get into the European Union is an even bigger obstacle.
TransConflict is pleased to present information about EUROCLIO’s 2016 Annual Conference in Belfast, entitled ‘Reimagining Remembrance and Dealing with the Legacy of a Violent Past’.