The Dark Horse, 30-34 Hill Street
30th March: 2.00pm – 5.00pm

A panel discussion on ethical remembering.

A panel discussion on ethical remembering, 50 years on from the start of the Troubles, with Johnston McMaster, writer and educator with the Ethical and Shared Remembering Programme 1912-1922; Nelson McCausland, former DUP MLA and Minister; Gladys Ganiel, Research Fellow at Queen’s University Belfast and Maureen Hetherington, who works with the cross community the Junction in Derry and has been involved in a project ‘Ethical and Shared Remembering: Commemoration in a New Context’.

Organised by West Belfast Civil Rights Commemoration Committee in association with Slugger O’Toole.

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date & time

Sat. 30th March
2.00pm-5.00pm
venue

venue

The Dark Horse, 30-34 Hill Street, BT1 2LB
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admission

This event is free

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Image: Will Bakker/CC BY-SA 2.0