The Whatever You Say, Say Something project ran between October 2008 and December 2011. It offered opportunities for conversations considering a wide range of issues around dealing with the past. HTR’s trained facilitators worked with groups and organisations to identify their interests for these conversations.
In March 2012, Healing Through Remembering published its evaluation of Whatever You Say, Say Something. Click on the image to the right to access the evaluation report, and click here to view other HTR evaluations.
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.
‘Whatever You Say, Say Something’ – a Dealing with the Past Conference
24 June 2008, Grand Opera House
The launch of the Conversation Guide was accompanied by a keynote address from Graeme Simpson, Director of Thematic Programmes at the International Centre for Transitional Justice, and a panel discussion chaired by William Crawley.
Whatever You Say, Say Something Delivery Partners
Pádraig Ó Tuama
A project supported by the PEACE III Programme managed for the Special EU Progammes Body by the Community Relations Council/Pobal Consortium.