Civil Rights 1968 Forty years ago, in 1968, a series of events took
place here which changed the face of Northern Ireland irrevocably.
Justice For The Forgotten
The organisation of victims and relatives seeking justice for the Dublin
& Monaghan bombings
of 17th May 1974; and the Dublin bombings of 1st December 1972 and
20th January 1973.
Captain Kelly Justice Campaign
A campaign to clear the good name of the recently deceased Irish Army
captain, James J. Kelly, a co-accused in the 1970 Arms Trial, who although
acquitted was unjustly scapegoated throughout his life by partisan sections of the Irish establishment and media.
Relatives For Justice To provide appropriate therapeutic and developmental
based support for the bereaved and injured of the conflict within a safe
environment. To examine and develop transitional justice and truth
recovery mechanisms assisting with individual healing, contributing to
positive societal change, ensuring the effective promotion and
protection of human rights, social justice, and reconciliation in the
context of an emerging participative democracy post conflict.
New Republican Forum
The New Republican Forum
is a coalition of political and community activists founded to challenge the
political status quo in Ireland by providing a radical republican alternative to
the mainstream political establishment
The Blanket The Blanketproject exists as a commitment to freedom of speech.
Its purpose is to facilitate analysis, debate and discussion, to resist
censorship, and to create the space for a diversity of views.