Peace Process

The secret government report that helped make peace walls permanent

12 Dec 2014Nick Garbutt Peace Process, Community Relations

Scope has had access to a secret 1971 government document that helped set segregation in stone and made Belfast’s peace walls permanent.

Stumbling backwards into the future

24 Nov 2014Nick Garbutt Peace Process

Quintin Oliver ran the Yes campaign in the referendum that followed the Good Friday Agreement. Here he analyses what has been achieved to date and the challenges that remain

Make It Work

20 Oct 2014Policy & Public AffairsPeace Process

NICVA is part of the Make It Work campaign launched today.

Progress Needs a Political Accommodation Between the Main Parties

1 Jul 2014Lisa McElherron Policy & Public AffairsPeace Process

As the leaders of the political parties begin their next round of meetings community organisations have come together to call on them to finish the job and deliver a working agreement on parades, flags and the past.

Reflections on G8

17 Jun 2013Lisa McElherron Peace Process

NICVA Chief Executive Seamus McAleavey contributed an article to the official publication distributed to delegates and members of the international press attending the G8 meeting in Co Fermanagh.