Over the past century, people across the island of Ireland have experienced displacement as a result of sectarian violence. Today, Northern Ireland is a place for those seeking refuge. Join us for a discussion featuring Marian Kane, Kate Rankin, and Ray Rankin as they provide valuable insights into displacement during the ‘Troubles’. Twasul Mohammed, a former asylum seeker who now works to support those seeking refuge in Northern Ireland, will also share her experiences.
The conversation will be chaired by Niall Gilmartin
Borders and Boundaries is The Linen Hall’s new project that explores the meanings and realities of borders and boundaries in Northern Ireland throughout the last century through an exhibition and a programme of events, funded by the Department of Foreign Affairs Reconciliation Fund.