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Hidden Histories: Women & the Northern Ireland Peace Process

It’s 23 years this weekend since the signing of the Good Friday Agreement and still there are s...

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12.15 11 Apr 2021


Hidden Histories: Women & the Northern Ireland Peace Process


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12.15 11 Apr 2021


It’s 23 years this weekend since the signing of the Good Friday Agreement and still there are serious questions regarding the state of loyalism in Northern Ireland.

But the Shankill Road also produced many who struggled for peace, not violence - in particular women, without whom the Peace Process could not have been built.

Gavan Reilly is joined by Donal Fallon for another episode of Hidden Histories to discuss.

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