Monthly Archives: July 2014

The Role of Religion in a Shared Future

  By Peter McDowell Good Relations Officer 21/7/2014 There is no doubt that religion has played an ambiguous role in the Northern Ireland conflict. As David Stevens has noted, ‘Churches tend to reflect people’s fears, reflect community divisions, reflect a … Continue reading

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The Moral High Ground

  By Councillor Stephen Cooper TUV 9/7/2014 Since the Belfast Agreement, the appeasement of Republican violence has been set as the central precedent of the so called peace process. It is no surprise that the out-workings of that same government … Continue reading

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Learning to Live Together: Resolving the Parading Conflict. Protesters Responsibilities

  Having joined the Orange Institution in 1964 and served on the Parades Commission 2011-2013, the Rev.  Brian Kennaway offers his analysis of the parading conflict. A number of groups need to step up to the mark.   By Rev … Continue reading

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Learning to Live Together: Resolving the Parading Conflict. While on Parade

  Having joined the Orange Institution in 1964 and served on the Parades Commission 2011-2013, the Rev.  Brian Kennaway offers his analysis of the parading conflict. A number of groups need to step up to the mark. By Rev Brian … Continue reading

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Learning to Live Together: Resolving the Parading Conflict. The Police

Having joined the Orange Institution in 1964 and served on the Parades Commission 2011-2013, the Rev.  Brian Kennaway offers his analysis of the parading conflict. A number of groups need to step up to the mark.   By Rev Brian … Continue reading

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