Research 07 Dec, 2021

Better Together: Joined up working is key to achieving a better future

As the Commission for Victims and Survivors launches the third of its EU PEACE IV-funded research projects, it encourages government departments and the community and voluntary sector to work cohesively in pursuit of a better future built on a foundation of lasting peace.

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Research 17 Nov, 2021

Advocacy Services and Shared Learning Essential for Victims and Survivors' Healing

Structured and supported advocacy services on behalf of Victims and Survivors of the Troubles must be delivered in a way that is victim-led and compassionate. It should empower victims and survivors to have voice and agency in their journey of healing.

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Research 05 Nov, 2021

Report highlights how generations born after major peace agreements are still impacted by the past

A new report conducted by members of the Centre for Children's Rights at Queen’s University Belfast and in partnership with The Commission for Victims and Survivors has highlighted how generations born after major peace agreements are still impacted by the past.

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Commission 06 Oct, 2021

Population Survey Shows Overwhelming Support for Dealing with the Past

Addressing the Committee of The Executive Office today representatives from the Commission for Victims and Survivors and the Victims and Survivors Forum, welcomed the recent advertisement for a new Commissioner as long overdue and presented results from its recent population survey.

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Commission 31 Aug, 2021

Opening of Troubles Permanent Disablement Scheme

Today, the Troubles Permanent Disablement Payment Scheme opened for application.

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