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“Whatever you say…..say something” – a Dealing with the Past conference
13 June 2008
A conference on Dealing with the Past will be held on:
Tuesday, 24 June 9:30am – 4:00pm
The Grand Opera House,
Great Victoria Street,
Keynote Address: Graeme Simpson
Graeme Simpson is the Director of Thematic Programs at the International Centre for Transitional Justice, New York, where he oversees work in Prosecutions, Reparations, Truth-Seeking, Security System Reform, Memorials, Gender, and a newly-established programme on Peace & Justice. Graeme has worked extensively on issues related to transitional justice, including work with the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission and on the transformation of criminal justice institutions in South Africa.
Panel Discussion chaired by William Crawley
Launch of Conversation Guide on Dealing with the Past
As a result of an outreach programme, Healing Through Remembering has developed a guide to support conversations on dealing with the past and remembering. It is aimed at enabling greater participation in this important civic society discussion.
For further information and booking contact:
Fax: +44 (0) 28 90239944
This project is funded by the European Union’s Peace and Reconciliation Programme 2000-2006 under Measure 2.7 Building Community Capacity and Promoting Active Citizenship and managed for the Special European Union Programmes Body by The Community Foundation for Northern Ireland.