Author: Nick Taylor

The legacy of Northern Ireland’s past – support to victims

The HM Government announcement, including their stated intention to introduce a statute of limitations which prevents legal proceedings, applied equally to all Troubles-related incidents, has come as a shock to many people and is causing upset and anger for many victims. The Peace Foundation priority is to support victims in their health and well being and is available to provide free and confidential assistance.

1996 Manchester bombing | 25 years on

1996 Manchester bombing | 25 years on On Saturday 15 June 1996, the IRA claimed it detonated a 1,500-kilogram (3,300 lb) lorry bomb on Corporation Street in the centre of Manchester, England. It was the biggest bomb detonated in Great Britain since the Second World War and targeted the city’s infrastructure and economy, causing significant…Read more »

Victims of Terrorism and States Responses Conference

The Law and Criminology Department at Edge Hill University, alongside the Institute for Social Responsibility and in partnership with The Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation have collaborated to present an interdisciplinary-based conference to take place on 2 July 2021 at Edge Hill University, Ormskirk, Lancashire. The event is sponsored by The Modern Law Review…Read more »

We’re Good to Go

‘We’re Good to Go’ | Peace Centre opens for business and achieves covid-secure accreditations from the AA and Visit England The Peace Centre is reopening for community hires, business meetings, conferences, residentials, and hospitality catering; and has received two accreditations recognising the high level of bio security. As part of HM Governments step three roadmap,…Read more »

Facing up to the Future Course

New free ten-week course to explore how to design and run a community dialogue event to tackle differences and issues.