Northern Ireland

Despite the historic Good Friday Agreement of 1999, which official brought to an end the so-called ‘Troubles’, the challenges of conflict transformation in Northern Ireland remain profound.

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GCCT Members Working in Northern Ireland

1) Belfast Interface Project

The Belfast Interface Project is actively involved in the development of a realistic ‘roadmap’ that will lead to the reduction and removal of physical interface structures over time and through real and meaningful consultation with local people. Read more…


2) Co-operation Ireland

Co-operation Ireland’s mission is to ‘to underpin political agreement on the island of Ireland by building positive relationships at community level, both within Northern Ireland and between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, through the promotion of mutual understanding and co-operation’. Read more…


3) Inside Out

Inside Out’s vision is one of “an active and healthy rural youth population in Northern Ireland.” Its mission is “to create, facilitate and promote opportunities for young people to work in partnership with adults to advance and realise the aspirations of young people living in rural areas.” Read more…

The Peace Wall in Belfast, Northern Ireland

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