Countering Paramilitary and Organised Criminal Influence on Youth
In June 2019 a team of academics based in Ulster University were commissioned by the Corrymeela Community on behalf of the Education Authority to conduct research on the theme of young people, youth work and tackling paramilitarism in Northern Ireland. The link below will enable you to download the summary and full report.
For more information, please contact our Programme Manager: Sectarianism, S. Bell, firstname.lastname@example.org or call 028 2076 2626.
Funding Peace: A report on the funding of Peace and Reconciliation work in Northern Ireland and Ireland 2007–2017
In 2017, Corrymeela. in partnership with the Understanding Conflict Trust and Prof. Duncan Morrow of Ulster University, undertook a research project on funding for peace and reconciliation work across ten years, 2007–2017. Given the volatile political environment and the economic and social impact of austerity, we were keen to learn more about how groups who undertake peace and reconciliation work were navigating these issues. The full report can be downloaded below, as well as a short summary document. There are a limited number of hard copies that can be collected from our Belfast Office, 83 University Street, Belfast. For more details, contact Sean Pettis – Programme Manager – ‘Legacies of Conflict’ via email email@example.com or 028 9050 8080.
The research was funded by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade through their Reconciliation Fund. The views expressed do not necessarily reflect those of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade or any of the participating organisations.