Belfast’s peacewalls are psychological reminders of the sectarian divisions that have long existed in the city.
The long-term legacy can be linked to poor mental health, high levels of suicide and alcohol and drug problems – but also innovation.
Bill Clinton and senator George Mitchell were central in keeping the players at the table so that the historical deal could be signed in 1998.
A law making its way through parliament that would grant widespread immunity from prosecution for people accused of crimes during the Troubles.
The resources do a good job in explaining that political conflicts rarely end in a moment, but after a long process.
Twenty-five years after the Good Friday/Belfast Agreement, Northern Ireland is still resisting the culture of violence.
A newly approved trade deal could be an opportunity to return Northern Ireland’s political attention to pressing issues of health care, housing, energy costs and inflation.
In a fraught and complex situation the Catholic Church sought to mediate the conflict where it could, but drew much ire and criticism for not doing enough.
The public is in favour of educating Protestant and Catholic children together but making it happen is easier said than done.
The former first minister of Northern Ireland will be best remembered as one of the key architects of the Belfast/Good Friday Agreement of 1998.
Translations by Brian Friel is an eternally relevant examination of the significance of the Irish language, the power of storytelling and the importance of history.
The outcome of Colombia’s presidential election has major implications for the survival of its historic peace deal, and the prospects of former combatants who have committed to a life without conflict
Society still tends to sideline girls, so a comedy concentrating on the lives of four young women during the Troubles remains groundbreaking TV.
Why the Northern Ireland protocol poses real challenges to peace in the region.
Milestone anniversaries mark the point when events move from living memory to more symbolic.
The photos taken on Bloody Sunday have played different roles in commemorating the events of the day over the last 50 years.
Archives are working had to document stories from Protestants, Catholics, Nationalists, Unionists and even the British Forces.
A church service marking Northern Ireland’s centenary has stirred up debate. But amid the past few years’ tensions, the island’s Christian leaders have coordinated closely.
The British government’s plans to grant amnesty for Troubles-related crimes has drawn widespread opposition in Ireland.
Northern Ireland’s Orange Order will take to the streets on July 12 to commemorate a Protestant military victory. A scholar explains why this year the risk of unrest is heightened.