The work of Healing Through Remembering is extremely diverse, with a range of activities guided by the five key themes. Scroll through below to explore the organisation’s current projects and activities.
This project involves the creation and presentation of resources that focus on the legacy elements of the Stormont House Agreement (SHA).
The Everyday Objects Transformed by the Conflict exhibition is a pilot project intended to contribute to debate around whether there should be a museum for the conflict, what objects it might contain and how it could present many different narratives side by side.
The Stories Network is a network for those gathering and sharing personal narratives related to the conflict in and about Northern Ireland.
The Day of Reflection takes place annually on 21 June, the longest day of the year. Many organisations and groups recognise the Day, and offer events and spaces for individuals to reflect privately or publicly.
An archive of newspaper clippings has been compiled by Healing Through Remembering interns and staff dating back to 2004. The Linen Hall Library hosts this database where it is available as a resource for the public.
Healing Through Remembering maintains a database of known statements of apology and acknowledgement relating to the conflict in and about Northern Ireland. This database informs on-going research into considerations groups should take when crafting and delivering acknowledging statements.
Healing Through Remembering (HTR) is a member of the International Coalition for Sites of Conscience (ICSOC), the only worldwide network dedicated to transforming places that preserve the past into dynamic spaces that promote civic action on today’s struggles for human rights and justice. HTR’s Director is also on the ICSOC European steering committee.
Visit the ICSOC website by clicking here.