Great Britain & the Republic of Ireland

In the early years of the first government strategy for victims and survivors, work on victims’ issues had been very Northern Ireland centred. 

European Union Peace funding has allowed some development of service provision to offer support in Great Britain and the Republic of Ireland through a small number of caseworkers. 

In developing the work around jurisdictional acknowledgement, the Research and Policy Development team at the Commission recently led two workshops in Great Britain and the Republic of Ireland to garner the lived experiences of victims in these regions, consider how these can be included in a new Victims’ Strategy, and to reflect on the concept of acknowledgement more broadly. 

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