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Conflict and Legacy Interpretive Network

We promote the telling of diverse views of our history.

Mission

The Conflict and Legacy Interpretive Network is to create a network of heritage organisations addressing conflict and legacy issues, with the purpose of nurturing a range of views and perspectives on the recent conflict to create greater understanding and inform the debate on legacy and reconciliation.

About

The Conflict and Legacy Interpretive Network is the result of a joint proposal from the Bloody Sunday Trust / Museum of Free Derry, National Museums NI (Ulster Museum) and Healing Through Remembering to create a network of museums and heritage organisations specifically covering, or with a defined interest in, conflict and legacy issues.

Network Members 

Network Members 

Network Members 

Network Members 

Network Members 

Network Members 

Membership is open to museums, collections, exhibitors and other heritage organisations with a specific interest or role in conflict and legacy issues.

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🗓️'Douglass Dialogues Conversation'
Ulster Museum, Belfast

Join Jan Carson & Nandi Jola for an event celebrating the life and work of Frederick Douglass, with an exploration of activism within the arts in Northern Ireland and its connection to global movements.

conflictlegacy.org/event/in-conversation-with-jan-carson-and-nandi-jola/
#douglassweek2024
#DouglassWeek
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🗓️Douglass Dialogues Conversation
Ulster Museum, Belfast

Join Jan Carson & Nandi Jola for an event celebrating the life and work of Frederick Douglass, with an exploration of activism within the arts in Northern Ireland and its connection to global movements.

https://conflictlegacy.org/event/in-conversation-with-jan-carson-and-nandi-jola/
#douglassweek2024
#DouglassWeek

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