Uncomfortable Conversations: Confronting Northern Ireland’s Troubled Past

07/11/2017, 18:00 - 19:30


The 30 year period of violence known as the Northern Ireland Troubles were the defining conflict of Britain’s post-war history. Resulting in around 3,600 deaths and 40,000 serious injuries, the conflict’s legacy continues to dominate individual lives and national politics today. How to deal with the legacy of the past is now a major challenge for Northern Ireland. In this event, Dr Huw Bennett will be joined by representatives from both the Loyalist and Republican movements to talk about the conflict and it’s legacy.

This event is part of the Cardiff Festival of Social Science 2017.

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Council Chamber, Glamorgan Building
King Edward VII Avenue
CF10 3WT

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