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Moment of Truth…Victims of Northern Ireland’s Troubled Past Can’t Wait Forever

Failure to deal effectively with the past remains a stain on the copybook of the Northern Ireland peace process

Handing over of the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission Report

I started working in Northern Ireland in 1996, the first question I was always asked was: “Did…

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Professor of Peace at Ulster University in Northern Ireland. Medium is my popular writing space. Academic publications at brandonhamber.com

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Professor of Peace at Ulster University in Northern Ireland. Medium is my popular writing space. Academic publications at brandonhamber.com

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