Commissioner 09 Jan, 2018

Unacceptable Re-Victimisation of Victims and Survivors Must Stop

Judith Thompson, Commissioner for Victims and Survivors has spoken of the unacceptable re-victimisation of those who have been impacted by posts and comments that have been made across media and social media outlets these past few days and is calling on all of those who have a public voice to be more conscious of the impact of thoughtless comments and politicisation of victims issues.

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Research 04 Jan, 2018

Live Research Tenders

The Commission for Victims and Survivors NI would like to inform you that the three tender processes for the PEACE IV-funded Research Programme have been initiated and are currently live on the Department of Finance's eTendersNI website and the Government of Ireland’s Office of Government Procurement (OGP) website.

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Commission 22 Dec, 2017

CVSNI Office Closure

The Commission will be closed for the Christmas holidays from Monday 25 December and will reopen on Tuesday 2 January. Hoping you have a peaceful Christmas and wishing you all the best for 2018.

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Forum 11 Dec, 2017

Commissioner and Victims and Survivors Forum call on Secretary of State to show Political Leadership

The Commissioner for Victim and Survivors and members of the Victims and Survivors Forum today called upon the Secretary of State James Brokenshire to show political leadership by issuing consultation documents on legacy legislation.

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Research 06 Dec, 2017

Upcoming Research Tenders

As a strategic partner of the PEACE IV Victims and Survivors Programme, the Commission for Victims and Survivors have been appointed to manage three PEACE IV-funded research projects with a combined budget of £250,000 from 2018 to the end of 2020. The research projects cover three interrelated areas of study – the Review Trauma Services, Transgenerational Legacy and Young People and Advocacy Support Services in the area of historical investigation and information recovery.

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