Request A Workshop
Practical activities and faciliatated talks have been developed to accompany this exhibition, and they are vital in helping to promote understanding and appreciation of the different beliefs and perspectives of the conflict.
To request a workshop which explores the content of the exhibition facilitated by a HTR delivery partner, please complete the form below. A member of staff will then get in touch to discuss.
Healing Through Remembering is working with the following delivery partners to implement workshops on dealing with the past as part of the ‘Whatever you say, say something’ project.
Joe Blake is an independent consultant who has been working in the statutory, voluntary and community sector for the last 20 years. He has a particular interest in working with local community groups in the field of good relations. He is currently a council member of the Northern Ireland Social Care Council and represents Comic Relief in Northern Ireland.
Janie Crone is a freelance facilitator and trainer specialising in community and rural development, and community relations and has been working with the community and voluntary sector for 15 years in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. Janie is passionate about the environment and arts and the benefits of active participation for personal and group development and growth, and as a tool to explore themes around peace building and reconciliation.
Patricia Devlin has 15 years of experience of working in the community development in the public and voluntary sector across Ireland. She has project managed several European funded programmes in NI, England and the Republic of Ireland. She has vast experience in facilitating and training across NI and the border counties.
Bryony Flanagan is a facilitator, evaluator, trainer and community consultant based in Fermanagh. She has an arts, community development and small business background, and specialises in working with women, minority ethnic, arts & cultural, cross-border, cross-community & single identity groups. Bryony has an interest in working with ex-combatants and ex-prisoners, and in drawing on creative tools and an informal approach to facilitating discussions around the past.
David Gardiner has over 23 years experience in the design, delivery and management of services to young people and those who work with young people. Having worked in the youth and community sector since 1987, and been CEO of Challenge for Youth for nearly 8 years, David established his own consultancy practice in 2006. David has considerable experience in the design and facilitation of Community Relations work, a keen interest in Integrated Education and is particularly interested in working with leaders and organizations to maximize the capabilities and performance of teams and individuals who work with and support communities. David has represented both Ireland and Northern Ireland as a cyclist and provides Sports Massage Therapy services for the current Irish elite and Paralympic squads.
Will Glendinning is former Chief Executive of the Community Relations Council, now working as a consultant on cultural diversity, community relations and transition from conflict. He lives in South Armagh. Will was also an Alliance Party councillor for a West Belfast ward in the Belfast City Council, 1977 to 1987 and from 1982 to 1986, he was an elected member of the Northern Ireland Assembly. In the early 1970s he served in the UDR in Co. Armagh.
Rodney Green: Throughout his professional career spanning 25 years (8 with NI Youth Forum, 6 with YCNI working for the Spirit of Enniskillen Trust and 11 years as an Independent Consultant), Rodney has always focused on matters relating to the improvement of community/good relations, actively encouraging and facilitating cross community and inter-cultural learning, peace-building and reconciliation work with a diverse range of groups and organisations in the youth, community, voluntary and statutory sectors.
Lesley Macaulay has worked in the community and voluntary sector in Northern Ireland for over 20 years as a manager, fundraiser, facilitator, youth worker, trainer and evaluator. She has particular experience in working with rural community groups, victim/survivor groups, women’s groups and local churches and youth groups. Her areas of expertise are in strategic planning, fundraising, community/good relations and rural community development. She has gained vast experience in facilitating specialised groups and has designed a highly successful Personal Development programme.
Maura Maginn works independently in the education, business, community and voluntary sectors with programmes on good relations, managing conflict, leadership and dealing with the past. She lives in a border community in south Armagh and works with victims and survivors of the conflict. Maura’s background is in adult and community education, she has a particular interest in supporting those whose lives and education were disrupted by the conflict.
Laurence McKeown has been a member of HTR’s Living Memorial Museum sub-group since 2004. From 2002-2007 he was Coordinator of Coiste na n-Iarchimí’s programme of outreach and engagement, ‘Processes of Nation Building. Laurence now works freelance as a writer, researcher and consultant.
Yvonne Naylor is a former teacher, now freelance writer and facilitator based in Belfast, a member of and former schools worker with the Corrymeela Community, a member of Healing Through Remembering (also the storytelling sub group); a graduate and former member of staff of the Irish School of Ecumenics and an associate of TIDES training and Mediation NI.
Jayme Reaves has worked for Healing Through Remembering in a variety of capacities since 2006. Skilled in facilitation, education and research, Jayme has worked with a range of groups on issues such as dealing with the past, truth recovery, victims’ issues, peacemaking, reconciliation and diversity. Her background is in religious life as a trained minister, and she is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in inter-religious theology at Trinity College’s Irish School of Ecumenics in Belfast.
Martin Snoddon, the Director of Northern Spring, is a Trainer and Consultant who specialises in training on conflict resolution and dealing with the past by addressing the legacy of violent conflict through process facilitation on conflict related issues. Martin works within all sections of society and has extended his experience through work in numerous international conflict settings.
If you have a story about an everyday object transformed by the conflict please contact the Exhibition Curator by email with more details.