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My time working for peace in Ireland.
The British and Irish governments had set up a 'Victim's Commission' to 'listen' to victims of 'the Troubles'. My organisation provided the setting for an important meeting between the victims of the 1974 Dublin and Monaghan bombings. The British had designated a knight of the Realm to listen and make a report, much like most reports that are commissioned with great fanfare and at great expense and forgotten a week after publication. I was working in a former British army base built in 1798 during the rebellion in Co. Wicklow. Half of it was so dilapidated after decades of disuse that ever…
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