Accounts of the Conflict
Digital archive of personal accounts of the conflict, based in Ulster University and designed to provide for the long-term storage of stories related to ‘the Troubles’ in, and about, Northern Ireland.
Bloody Sunday Trust
Derry based history and educational project which aims to commemorate those who died on Bloody Sunday. Contains archive material, photographs, details of Bogside history and information on educational services available.
Bobby Sands Trust
Established with the aim of maintaining in print and promoting Bobby Sands' prose and poetry. Contains a biography, selected writings, photo gallery and information on the hunger strikes.
British Irish Rights Watch
An independent organisation that has monitored the human rights dimension of the conflict and the peace process in Northern Ireland since 1990. Information about their research, observation of trials, and expert testimony services.
Committee on the Administration of Justice
Independent, non governmental organisation which seeks to ensure that the human rights of all are respected when administering justice in Northern Ireland. Contains news, annual reports and publications lists.
Independent, non-party political organisation which has campaigned in Britain for an independent and united Ireland since 1938.
Christian community which runs a number of programs intending to promote healing between the communities of Northern Ireland. Includes information on accommodation and long and short term volunteering.
Healing Through Remembering
Examines the projects run by this organisation, which aims to work across the communities in Northern Ireland towards a shared goal of healing wounds from the conflict.
Newspaper of the Connolly Association that campaigns for Irish unity and the rights of the Irish in Britain.
Contains extensive information about the 1981 hunger strikes.
Justice for the 21
Families' group campaigning for legal funding for an inquest into the deaths of 21 people in the Birmingham pub bombings of 1974.
Justice for the Forgotten
Campaigns on behalf of the victims of the Dublin and Monaghan bombings of 17 May 1974. Contains background information on the events, with photographic archive and campaign news.
Legacy of The Troubles Project
Contains the final report of this cross border research project, which was undertaken by The School of Psychology, Queen's University Belfast and The Department of Applied Psychology, University College Cork.
MI5: Northern Ireland
Contains outline material from MI5 on the British security service's view of both republican and loyalist paramilitary groups in Northern Ireland.
Museum of Free Derry
Photographic, video and artefact archive with a focus on the civil rights era of the 1960s and the Free Derry/early troubles era of the 1970s.
Pat Finucane Centre
Human rights group examines current and past issues relating to the conflict, including notable cases and allegations of collusion.
The Peace People
Examines the work of this peace organisation, the founders of which received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1976, when the organisation began as a protest against escalating violence in Northern Ireland.
Relatives for Justice
Focuses on the work of this organisation, which aims to provide appropriate therapeutic and developmental based support for the bereaved and injured of the Northern Ireland conflict within a safe environment.
Rosemary Nelson Inquiry
Official site of the inquiry into the murder of Rosemary Nelson in 1999. Contains key documents, transcripts and evidence.
Troops Out Movement
Republican site offers details of its forthcoming events, plus rounds up of news related to the conflict and its ongoing issues.
The Troubles 1969 - 1998
Features statistical information about deaths during the Troubles, and a detailed examination of the Omagh bombing in 1998.
Victims and Survivors Trust
Aims to offer support to victims and survivors from all sides of the conflict; includes personal stories and details of a helpline number.
Wave Trauma Centre
Cross community charity offering care and support to people bereaved, injured or traumatised as a result of The Troubles, irrespective of religious, cultural or political beliefs.