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This site contains information and source material on 'the Troubles' and politics in Northern Ireland from 1968 to the present. There is also information on Northern Ireland society. New material is added regularly and there are also frequent updates, so information on particular pages may change.
British Irish Rights Watch is an independent non-governmental organisation that has been monitoring the human rights dimension of the conflict, and latterly the peace process, in Northern Ireland since 1990.
The PFC highlights information on the fight for human rights in Ireland and social change.
Justice for the Forgotten was formed in January 1996 with the aim of campaigning for truth and justice for the victims of the Dublin and Monaghan bombings of 17 May 1974. Its membership includes the overwhelming majority of the bereaved families and many wounded survivors. In January 2001 the bereaved families and survivors of the Dublin bombings of 1 December 1972 and 20 January 1973 joined with those of 1974 and amalgamated into a united organisation demanding to know the truth as to why all their loved ones died and so many were maimed.
Relatives for Justice is a Belfast based NGO support group working with and providing support to relatives of people bereaved, and injured, by the conflict across the North of Ireland including border regions in the 26 counties. They work primarily with those people affected by state and state-sponsored violence.
Formerly SpinProfiles, Powerbase is a free encyclopedia of people, issues, and groups shaping the public agenda that is being written collaboratively. It catalogues descriptions and details of PR firms, activist groups and government agencies as well as the criticisms that are made of these groups from different perspectives. Spinprofiles is a venture initiated by Spinwatch in collaboration with... a wide variety of volunteers and independent researchers.
A registered and community-based historical society that keeps alive the memory of the New Lodge and Glenravel areas of yesteryear.
A community-run site and forum focusing on the New Lodge in North Belfast. As the successor to thebarrack.com, this site links the local history of the past to the area at present.
A private initiative created by a Father and independent of any political or Government body. Its agenda is to create an easy to use living historical archive of personal experiences by anyone affected by the Troubles regardless of their background or involvement.