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Listing of all Projects by Year.


Title:All-Set Traditional Dance and Music Group
Funding:PSEP
Contact:Mary Fox
Staff:
Institution:All-Set
Address:2 Richmond Lane

BELFAST
BT15 5AF
T: 01232 742681
F:
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Dates:Start: End:
Description:The project aims to promote traditional dance and music to the younger generation considering both communities cultural backgrounds. They are taught to value the importance of dance music thus enabling them to dance to live music and explore the link of traditional music in both traditions. The project involves a group of dancers and musicians namely 'All-Set'. (Follow the link below for further information on the project.)
Report:All-Set Traditional Dance and Music Group - further information on the project
Theme:cultural traditions


Title:A Review of Community Relations Research in Northern Ireland
Funding:CCRU
Contact:
Staff:
Institution:Social Information Systems Ltd
Address:19 King Street
Knutsford
Cheshire
WA16 6DW
T: (01565) 750511
F:
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Dates:Start: End:
Description:This report was an evaluation of the community relations research that had been commissioned by the CCRU. The evaluation was carried out by Social Information Systems Ltd.
Report:A Review of Community Relations Research in Northern Ireland.
Theme:evaluation


Title:Ballycastle Community House
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Matthew Wallace
Staff:
Institution:N I Children's Committee 10
Address:1a Dunlewey Street

BELFAST
BT13 2QU
T: 01232 321689
F: 01232 326866
E:
U:
Dates:Start: End:
Description:A cross-community contact scheme for children and young people. (Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:Ballycastle Community House - further information on the project
Theme:community relations


Title:The Belfast Chime and Handbell Choir
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Arlene Bell
Staff:
Institution:The Chime and Handbell Choir
Address:92 Galwally Park

BELFAST
BT8 4AH
T: (01232) 428428
F: (01232) 427925
E:
U:
Dates:Start: End:
Description:A cross-community contact scheme for children and young people. (Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:The Belfast Chime and Handbell Choir - further information on the project
Theme:community relations


Title:Belvoir Recreational Centre Floodlights
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Maurice Williamson
Staff:
Institution:Boys' Brigade (Belfast Battalion)
Address:Boys' Brigade House
14 May Street
BELFAST
BT1 4NR
T: (01232) 324853
F: (01232) 314661
E:
U:
Dates:Start: End:
Description:A cross-community sports based contact scheme for children and young people. (Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:Belvoir Recreational Centre Floodlights - further information on the project
Theme:community relations


Title:Boys Brigade Mourne Cottage Project
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Maurice Williamson
Staff:
Institution:Boys' Brigade (Belfast Battalion)
Address:Boys' Brigade House
14 May Street
BELFAST
BT1 4NR
T: (01232) 324853
F: (01232) 314661
E:
U:
Dates:Start: End:
Description:An outdoor pursuits facility which should provide opportunities for cross-community contact for children and young people. (Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:Boys Brigade Mourne Cottage Project - further information on the project
Theme:community relations


Title:Brownlow Campus Outdoor Sports Facilities
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:McAfee
Staff:
Institution:Brownlow Campus Steering Group
Address:Lismore Comprehensive School
Drumgask
CRAIGAVON
BT66 8TJ
T: (01763) 342145
F: (01762) 341504
E:
U:
Dates:Start: End:
Description:A project to provide outdoor outdoor sports facilities which should provide opportunities for cross-community contact for children and young people. (Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:Brownlow Campus Outdoor Sports Facilities - further information on the project
Theme:sport


Title:Carnlough Community Centre
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Herbie Francis
Staff:
Institution:Larne Borough Council
Address:Smiley Buildings
Victoria Road
LARNE
BT40 1RU
T: ( 01574) 272313
F: (01574) 260660
E:
U:
Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:Carnlough Community Centre - further information on the project
Theme:community relations


Title:Causeway Publication
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Gary Law
Staff:
Institution:Cultural Traditions Publications
Address:3 Botanic Avenue

BELFAST
BT7 1JG
T: (01232) 236030
F: (01232) 236081
E: g.law@dial.pipex.com
U:
Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:Causeway Publication - further information on the project
Theme:cultural traditions


Title:An Ceathrú Póilí
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Pol Mag Uidhir
Staff:
Institution:An Chulturlann
Address:216 Falls Road

BELFAST
BT12 6AH
T: (01232) 239303/245255
F: (01232) 239304
E: pd.maguire@ulst.ac.uk
U:
Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:An Ceathrú Póilí - further information on the project
Theme:minority languages


Title:Challenge for Youth
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Jim Auld
Staff:Rena Gamble
Institution:Challenge for Youth
Address:40-46 Edward Street

BELFAST
BT1 2LP
T: (01232) 239893
F: (01232) 240718
E:
U:
Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:Challenge for Youth - further information on the project
Theme:community relations


Title:City Vision 2020
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Declan O'Hare
Staff:
Institution:City Partnership Board
Address:Orchard House
40 Foyle Street
LONDONDERRY
BT48 6AT
T: (01504) 319859
F:
E:
U:
Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:City Vision 2020 - further information on the project
Theme:community development


Title:Coming Out of Violence
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Roger MacGinty, INCORE
Staff:
Institution:Incore
Address:Aberfoyle House
Northland Road
LONDONDERRY
BT48 7JA
T: (01504) 375506
F: (01504) 375510
E: roger@incore.ulst.ac.uk
U:
Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:Coming Out of Violence - further information on the project
Theme:conflict resolution


Title:Communication and Relational Development Between Young Adult Catholics and Protestants (Disclosure)
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Owen Hargie
Staff:
Institution:School of Behavioural and Communication Sciences
Address:University of Ulster

NEWTOWNABBEY
BT37 0QB
T: (01232) 366230
F: (01232) 368251
E:
U:
Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:Communication and Relational Development Between Young Adult Catholics and Protestants (Disclosure) - further information on the project
Theme:mutual understanding


Title:Community for the Peace People: Staffing of Cross Community Youth Work Programme
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Fiona McKenzie
Staff:
Institution:Community for the Peace People
Address:Fredheim
224 Lisburn Road
BELFAST
BT9 6GE
T: (01232) 663465
F: (01232) 683947
E: peacepeople@gn.apc.org
U:
Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:Community for the Peace People: Staffing of Cross Community Youth Work Programme - further information on the project
Theme:community relations


Title:Community Relations Council Grant Aid - Community, Reconciliation and Cultural Diversity Projects
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Gillian Nelson
Staff:John Fitzsimons Ray Mullan
Institution:NICRC
Address:6 Murray Street

BELFAST
BT1 6DN
T: (01232) 439953
F: (01232) 235208
E: mark@nicrc.thegap.com
U:
Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:Community Relations Council Grant Aid - Community, Reconciliation and Cultural Diversity Projects - further information on the project
Theme:community relations


Title:Community Relations Information Centre
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Ray Mullan
Staff:
Institution:NICRC
Address:6 Murray Street

BELFAST
BT1 6DN
T: (01232) 439953
F: (01232) 235208
E: ray@nicrc.thegap.com
U:
Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:Community Relations Information Centre - further information on the project
Theme:community relations


Title:Corrymeela Community: Rebuild of Main Residential Unit at Ballycastle
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Trevor Williams
Staff:
Institution:The Corrymeela Community
Address:Corrymeela House
8 Upper Crescent
BELFAST
BT7 1NT
T: (01232) 325008
F:
E:
U:
Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:Corrymeela Community: Rebuild of Main Residential Unit at Ballycastle - further information on the project
Theme:community relations


Title:Cost of the Troubles
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Marie Smyth, UU
Staff:
Institution:Cost of the Troubles
Address:Unit 14, North City Business Centre
2 Duncairn Gardens
BELFAST
BT15 2GG
T: (01232) 742682/747470
F: (01232) 742682
E: mbesmyth@ulst.ac.uk
U:
Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:Cost of the Troubles - further information on the project
Theme:violence


Title:Counteract: Anti Intimidation Support Unit
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Joe Law
Staff:
Institution:Counteract
Address:45/47 Donegall Street

BELFAST
BT1 2FG
T: (01232) 237023
F:
E:
U:
Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:Counteract: Anti Intimidation Support Unit - further information on the project
Theme:intimidation


Title:An Crann/The Tree
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Margaret Madden
Staff:
Institution:An Crann/The Tree
Address:Suite 2
10 Arthur Street
BELFAST
BT1 4GD
T: (01232) 240209
F: (01232) 240219
E:
U:
Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report: An Crann/The Tree - further information on the project
Theme:community relations


Title:CR Training Audit
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Derrick Wilson, UU
Staff:Karin Eyben, Duncan Morrow, Derrick Wilson
Institution:School of Social and Community Sciences
Address:University of Ulster

COLERAINE
BT52 1SA
T: (01265) 324550/324620
F: (01265) 324904
E: k.eyben@ulst.ac.uk
U:
Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:CR Training Audit - further information on the project
Theme:community relations


Title:Dimensions of Social Identity
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Karen Trew, QUB
Staff:Karen Trew, Cate Cox, Peter Ward
Institution:School of Psychology
Address:Queens University

BELFAST
BT7 1NN
T: (01232) 245133
F:
E:
U:
Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:Dimensions of Social Identity - further information on the project
Theme:identity


Title:Emotional Aspects of Inter-group Interaction
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Ed Cairns, UU
Staff:
Institution:University of Ulster
Address:

COLERAINE
BT52 1SA
T: (01265) 324661
F: (01265) 324897
E:
U:
Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:Emotional Aspects of Inter-group Interaction - further information on the project
Theme:community relations


Title:EMU and Cultural Heritage Publications Project
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Tony Gallagher, QUB
Staff:
Institution:School of Education
Address:Queens University
69-71 University Green
BELFAST
BT7
T: (01232) 335958
F: (01232) 239263
E: am.gallagher@qub.ac.uk
U:
Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:EMU and Cultural Heritage Publications Project - further information on the project
Theme:education


Title:Fernhill House
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Tommy Kirkham
Staff:
Institution:Glencairn People's Project
Address:Glencairn Road

BELFAST
BT13 3PT
T: (01232) 715599
F: (01232) 715582
E:
U:
Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:Fernhill House - further information on the project
Theme:community relations


Title:Gael-Linn
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Herman O Briain
Staff:
Institution:Gael-Linn
Address:77 Upper English Street

ARMAGH
BT61 7LG
T: (01861) 522162
F:
E:
U:
Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:Gael-Linn - further information on the project
Theme:minority languages


Title:Groundwork's Marks and Spencer Youth Environment Programme (Gobnascale & Irish St Estates)
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Alison Boyd
Staff:
Institution:Groundwork NI
Address:IT Buildings
Queens Road
BELFAST
BT3 9DU
T: (01232) 459494
F: (01232) 457231
E: northernireland@groundwork.org.uk
U:
Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:Groundwork's Marks and Spencer Youth Environment Programme (Gobnascale & Irish St Estates) - further information on the project
Theme:mutual understanding


Title:Harmony Community Trust: Community Outreach Programme with Children and Young People
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Helen Honeyman
Staff:
Institution:Harmony Community Trust
Address:Glebe House
Kilclief
STRANGFORD
BT30 7NZ
T: (01396) 881374
F: (01396) 881620
E:
U:
Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:Harmony Community Trust: Community Outreach Programme with Children and Young People - further information on the project
Theme:community relations


Title:The Heartstone Project Northern Ireland
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Geraldine McDermott
Staff:
Institution:The Heartstone Project Northern Ireland
Address:North West Teachers' Centre
24 Temple Road, Strathfoyle
LONDONDERRY
BT47 1UP
T: (01504) 861116
F: (01504) 861105
E:
U:
Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:The Heartstone Project Northern Ireland - further information on the project
Theme:education


Title:INCORE
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Mari Fitzduff, INCORE
Staff:
Institution:INCORE
Address:Aberfoyle House
Northland Road
LONDONDERRY
BT48 7JA
T: (01504) 375500
F: (01504) 375510
E: INCORE@incore.ulst.ac.uk
U: http://www.incore.ulst.ac.uk
Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:INCORE - further information on the project
Theme:conflict resolution


Title:Interface
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Colin Neilands
Staff:
Institution:Workers' Educational Association (NI)
Address:11 Stranmillis Road

BELFAST
BT9 5AF
T: (01232) 687710
F: (01232) 687997
E:
U:
Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:Interface - further information on the project
Theme:sectarianism


Title:Ireland's Scholar Athlete Games
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Ken Smyth
Staff:
Institution:Ireland's School Athlete Games Project (NI) Ltd
Address:Room 17C03
University of Ulster
NEWTOWNABBEY
BT37 0QB
T: (01232) 368280
F: (01232) 368280
E:
U:
Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:Ireland's Scholar Athlete Games - further information on the project
Theme:cultural traditions


Title:Jigtime Programme of Irish Music in Schools and Community Groups
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Tom Clarke
Staff:
Institution:Jigtime Programme
Address:9 Ardmore Avenue

BELFAST
BT7 3HD
T: (01232) 208909
F:
E:
U:
Dates:Start: End:
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Report:Jigtime Programme of Irish Music in Schools and Community Groups - further information on the project
Theme:cultural traditions


Title:Kilcranny House
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Anne Cummings
Staff:Robert Lee
Institution:Kilcranny House
Address:21 Cranagh Road

COLERAINE
BT51 3NN
T: (01265) 321816
F: (01265) 321816
E: info@kilcranny.the gap.com
U:
Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:Kilcranny House - further information on the project
Theme:reconciliation


Title:Lagan Meadows Reconciliation Centre
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Ivor Mitchell
Staff:
Institution:City of Belfast YMCA
Address:12 Wellington Place

BELFAST
BT1 6GE
T: (01232) 327231
F: (01232) 327231
E: ivor@ymca-bfs.dnet.co.uk
U:
Dates:Start: End:
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Report:Lagan Meadows Reconciliation Centre - further information on the project
Theme:reconciliation


Title:Laurencetown Old Primary School: Refurbishment
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Robert Stockley
Staff:
Institution:Laurencetown, Lenaderg & Tullylish Community Association
Address:60 Millar Park
Laurencetown
CRAIGAVON
BT63 6DX
T: (018206) 23770
F: (018206) 23770
E:
U:
Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:Laurencetown Old Primary School: Refurbishment - further information on the project
Theme:community development


Title:Lurgan YMCA Cross Community Project
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Andrew Soye
Staff:
Institution:Lurgan YMCA
Address:42d High Street

LURGAN
BT66 8AU
T: (01762) 321025
F:
E:
U:
Dates:Start: End:
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Report:Lurgan YMCA Cross Community Project - further information on the project
Theme:community relations


Title:Maguiresbridge Small Fry's Play Group: Refurbishment of Hall
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Sarah Reihill
Staff:
Institution:Maguiresbridge Small Fry Community Playgroup
Address:Innishrook House
Innishrook
LISNASKEA
BT92 0PW
T: (01365) 721292
F:
E:
U:
Dates:Start: End:
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Report:Maguiresbridge Small Fry's Play Group: Refurbishment of Hall - further information on the project
Theme:community relations


Title:Making Links
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Cordula Bellin
Staff:
Institution:
Address:39 Queens Parade

BANGOR

T: (01247) 454290
F:
E:
U:
Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:Making Links - further information on the project
Theme:


Title:Margy House Redevelopment/Staff Development Officer
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Carmel McCavana
Staff:
Institution:NI Childrens Enterprise
Address:547 Antrim Road

BELFAST
BT15 3BU
T: (01232) 774434
F:
E:
U:
Dates:Start: End:
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Report:Margy House Redevelopment/Staff Development Officer - further information on the project
Theme:community relations


Title:Multi-Cultural Resource Centre
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Fee Ching Leong
Staff:
Institution:Multi-Cultural Resource Centre
Address:12 Upper Crescent

BELFAST
BT7 1NT
T: (01232) 244639
F: (01232) 329581
E:
U:
Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:Multi-Cultural Resource Centre - further information on the project
Theme:ethnic minorities


Title:Naíscoil Na Rinne Community Outreach Programme
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Danny Cassidy
Staff:
Institution:Naiscoil Na Rinne
Address:33e Cromore Gardens
Creggan Estate
DERRY
BT48 9TF
T: (01504) 266030
F: (01504) 266030
E:
U:
Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:Naíscoil Na Rinne Community Outreach Programme - further information on the project
Theme:minority languages


Title:The National Trust Education Programme - Phase II
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Mary Salter
Staff:
Institution:Rowallane House
Address:Saintfield

BALLYNAHINCH
BT24 7LH
T: (01238) 510721
F: (01238) 511242
E:
U:
Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:The National Trust Education Programme - Phase II - further information on the project
Theme:community relations


Title:NICHS: Community Partnership Project
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:William Pegg
Staff:
Institution:NI Children's Holiday Scheme
Address:547 Antrim Road

BELFAST
BT15 3BU
T: (01232) 370373
F:
E:
U:
Dates:Start: End:
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Report:NICHS: Community Partnership Project - further information on the project
Theme:sectarianism


Title:NICHS: Provision of an Interdenominational Youth Club
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Jacqueline Chalk
Staff:
Institution:NI Children's Holiday Scheme
Address:547 Antrim Road

BELFAST
BT15 3BU
T: (01232) 370373
F: (01232) 781161
E: nichs@bass.almc.co.uk
U:
Dates:Start: End:
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Report:NICHS: Provision of an Interdenominational Youth Club - further information on the project
Theme:community relations


Title:NICHS Centre: Renovation & Refurbishment
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Jacqueline Chalk
Staff:
Institution:NI Children's Holiday Scheme
Address:547 Antrim Road

BELFAST
BT15 3BU
T: (01232) 370373
F: (01232) 781161
E: nichs@bass.almac.co.uk
U:
Dates:Start: End:
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Report:NICHS Centre: Renovation & Refurbishment - further information on the project
Theme:community relations


Title:NUS/USI: Student Community Relations Development Programme
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Fiona McMahon
Staff:
Institution:NUS/USI
Address:29 Bedford Street

BELFAST
BT2 7EJ
T: (01232) 244641
F: (01232) 439569
E: info@nus-usi.org.uk
U:
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Report:NUS/USI: Student Community Relations Development Programme - further information on the project
Theme:community relations


Title:Old Courthouse Project (Markethill)
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Audrey Kerr
Staff:
Institution:Markethill District Enterprise Ltd
Address:Markethill Business Centre
Fairgreen Road
MARKETHILL
BT60 1PW
T: (01861) 552553
F: (01861) 552529
E:
U:
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Report:Old Courthouse Project (Markethill) - further information on the project
Theme:enterprise


Title:Parents and Kids Together (PAKT)
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Derrick Matthews
Staff:
Institution:Parents and Kids Together (PAKT)
Address:39 Queens Parade

BANGOR

T: (01247) 454290
F:
E:
U:
Dates:Start: End:
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Report:Parents and Kids Together (PAKT) - further information on the project
Theme:community relations


Title:Parity of Esteem and Pluralism
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Robin Wilson
Staff:
Institution:Democratic Dialogue
Address:5 University Street

BELFAST
BT7 1FY
T: (01232) 232228/232230
F: (01232) 232228/233334
E: dd@dem-dial.demon.co.uk
U:
Dates:Start: End:
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Report:Parity of Esteem and Pluralism - further information on the project
Theme:equality and equity


Title:Pathways
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Jean Whyte, TCD
Staff:
Institution:University of Dublin
Address:Trinity College

DUBLIN
DUBLIN 2
T: (003531) 608 1551
F: (003531) 671 2152
E: jwhyte@tcd.ie
U:
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Report:Pathways - further information on the project
Theme:community relations


Title:Peace & Reconciliation Group: Expand Existing Service Provision (new premises)
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Tanya Gallagher - Co-ordinator; Shirley Brace - Resource Administrator
Staff:
Institution:Peace & Reconciliation Group
Address:18-20 Bishop Street

LONDONDERRY
BT48 6PW
T: (01504) 369206
F: (01504) 377009
E:
U:
Dates:Start: End:
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Report:Peace & Reconciliation Group: Expand Existing Service Provision (new premises) - further information on the project
Theme:reconciliation


Title:Prince's Trust Volunteer Programme
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Sheila Dixon
Staff:
Institution:The Prince's Trust - Volunteers
Address:1st Floor, Midland Building
Whitla Street
BELFAST
BT15 1JF
T: (01232) 739639
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Dates:Start: End:
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Report:Prince's Trust Volunteer Programme - further information on the project
Theme:voluntary sector


Title:Project Portadown Community Relations Project
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Martin McCrystal, Community Relations Co-ordinator
Staff:
Institution:
Address:16 Church Street

PORTADOWN
BT62 3LQ
T: (01762) 350665
F: (01762) 392252
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Report:Project Portadown Community Relations Project - further information on the project
Theme:community relations


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Title:Rasharkin Cross Community Centre
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:W J Paul
Staff:
Institution:Ballymoney Borough Council
Address:Chief Recreation and Amenity Officer
Riada House, 14 Charles Street
BALLYMONEY
BT53 6DZ
T: 012656 62280
F: 012656 67659
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Dates:Start: End:
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Report:Rasharkin Cross Community Centre - further information on the project
Theme:community relations


Title:Rathfriland Community Centre
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Graeme Pike
Staff:
Institution:Rathfriland and District Regeneration Co Ltd
Address:42 Downpatrick Street

RATHFRILAND
BT34 5DG
T: (018206) 38188
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Report:Rathfriland Community Centre - further information on the project
Theme:community relations


Title:Reconciliation for Reconstruction
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Bronagh Hinds
Staff:
Institution:Ulster People's College
Address:30 Adelaide Park

BELFAST
BT9 6FY
T: (01232) 665161
F: (01232) 668111
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Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:Reconciliation for Reconstruction - further information on the project
Theme:reconciliation


Title:Reconciling Life and Work - Experiences of Equity, Diversity & Interdependence
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Derrick Wilson, UU
Staff:Karin Eyben, Duncan Morrow, Derrick Wilson
Institution:School of Social and Community Sciences
Address:University of Ulster

COLERAINE
BT52 1SA
T: (01265) 324550/324620
F: (01265) 324904
E: k.eyben@ulst.ac.uk
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Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:Reconciling Life and Work - Experiences of Equity, Diversity & Interdependence - further information on the project
Theme:equality and equity


Title:Roots of Sectarianism
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:John Brewer, QUB
Staff:
Institution:Dept. of Sociology and Social Policy
Address:Queens University Belfast

BELFAST
BT7 1NN
T: (01232) 245133 ext 3749
F: (01232) 320668
E: j.brewer@qub.ac.uk
U:
Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:Roots of Sectarianism - further information on the project
Theme:sectarianism


Title:Slieve Gullion Environmental Centre
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Gerry Mills
Staff:
Institution:Slieve Gullion Courtyard Development Group
Address:89 Drumintee Road
Killeavy
NEWRY
BT35 8SW
T: (01693) 848084
F: (01693) 848028
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Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:Slieve Gullion Environmental Centre - further information on the project
Theme:education


Title:The Somme Heritage Centre
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:David Campbell
Staff:
Institution:Somme Association
Address:Craigavon House
Circular Road
BELFAST
BT4 2NA
T: (01232) 761600
F: (01232) 760630
E: sommeassociation@dnet.co.uk
U:
Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:The Somme Heritage Centre - further information on the project
Theme:cultural traditions


Title:Speedwell Project: Provision and Operation of New Classrooms
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Jean Kelly
Staff:
Institution:Speedwell Project
Address:Parkanaur Forest Park
Castlecaulfield
DUNGANNON
BT70 3AA
T: (01868) 767392
F: (01868) 761794
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Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:Speedwell Project: Provision and Operation of New Classrooms - further information on the project
Theme:education


Title:Springfield Road Methodist Church Cross Community Centre
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Gary Mason
Staff:
Institution:Forthspring Inter-community group
Address:7 Eileen Gardens

BELFAST
BT9 6FW
T: (01232) 241917
F:
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Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:Springfield Road Methodist Church Cross Community Centre - further information on the project
Theme:religion and the churches


Title:St Columb's Park House
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Barney Devine
Staff:
Institution:St Columb's Park House
Address:4 Limavady Road

LONDONDERRY
BT47 1JY
T: (01504) 343080
F: (01504) 343443
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Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:St Columb's Park House - further information on the project
Theme:community relations


Title:St Patrick's Trian and Palace Stables Heritage Centre: Education Programme
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Nigel Glenny/Rachel Cooper
Staff:
Institution:Armagh City and District Council
Address:Council Offices
The Palace Demesne
ARMAGH
BT60 4EL
T: (01861) 521801/529629
F: (01861) 510810/529630
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Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:St Patrick's Trian and Palace Stables Heritage Centre: Education Programme - further information on the project
Theme:education


Title:Symbols Exhibition
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Maurna Crozier
Staff:
Institution:NICRC
Address:6 Murray Street

BELFAST
BT1 6DN
T: (01232) 439953
F: (01232) 235208
E:
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Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:Symbols Exhibition - further information on the project
Theme:cultural traditions


Title:Ulster-Scotch Heirskip Cooncil - Ulster-Scots Heritage Council
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Nelson McCausland
Staff:
Institution:
Address:2nd Floor
218 York Street
BELFAST
BT15 1GY
T: (01232) 746939
F: (01232) 746980
E:
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Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:Ulster-Scotch Heirskip Cooncil - Ulster-Scots Heritage Council - further information on the project
Theme:minority languages


Title:Ultach Trust: Now You're Talking Workbook
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Aodan McPolin
Staff:
Institution:Ultach Trust
Address:Room 202
19 Donegall Place
BELFAST
BT1 5AB
T: (01232) 230749
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Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:Ultach Trust: Now You're Talking Workbook - further information on the project
Theme:minority languages


Title: A Western Region Community Relations Project
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Derick Wilson, UU
Staff:
Institution:
Address:8 Upper Crescent

BELFAST
BT7 1NT
T: (01265) 324550
F:
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Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report: A Western Region Community Relations Project - further information on the project
Theme:community relations


Title:WRDA Regional Programme
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Judy Seymour
Staff:
Institution:WRDA
Address:6 Mount Charles

BELFAST
BT7 1NZ
T: (01232) 230212
F: (01232) 244363
E: wrda@iol.ie
U:
Dates:Start: End:
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:WRDA Regional Programme - further information on the project
Theme:women


Title:YMCA: Community Relations Training and Support Programme
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Nichola Lynagh
Staff:
Institution:National Council of YMCA's Ireland Ltd
Address:St George's Building
37/41 High Street
BELFAST
BT1 2AB
T: (01232) 327757
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Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:YMCA: Community Relations Training and Support Programme - further information on the project
Theme:community relations


Title:Ed Cairns, UU
Funding:
Contact:University of Ulster
Staff:
Institution:
Address:COLERAINE
BT52 1SA
(01265) 324661
(01265) 324897
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Description:Qualitative Aspects of Cross Community Contact - further information on the project
Report:
Theme:


Title:Improving Community Relations
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Mari Fitzduff, INCORE
Staff:Hugh Frazer & Mari Fitzduff
Institution:Community Relations Council (CRC)
Address:
6 Murray Street
BELFAST
BT1 6DN
T: (01232) 439953
F: (01232) 235208
E: info@community-relations.org.uk
U: http://dspace.dial.pipex.com/town/estate/yo13/
Dates:Start: 1986 End: 1986
Description:This report looked at the history of community relations work in Northern Ireland and made recommendations about the future.
Report:Improving Community Relations: A Paper Prepared for the Standing Advisory commission on Human Rights.
Frazer, H. & Fitzduff, M. (1994, 3rd ed.). CRC Pamphlet No.3. Belfast: CRC.
Theme:community relations


Title:Students Together and Students Apart: A study of student teachers' attitudes in Northern Ireland
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Sean Farren, UU
Staff:Sean Farren, Peter Finn, Tom Kirk and Joanne Hughes
Institution:Department of Pre-Service Education
Address:University of Ulster
Cromore Road
COLERAINE
BT52 1SA
T: (01265) 324327
F: (01265) 40918
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Dates:Start: 1987 End: 1992
Description:This research project was undertaken by three members of staff from St Mary's and Stranmillis Colleges, Belfast, and the University of Ulster, Coleraine, assisted by a Research Officer. The research investigated the cohorts of students entering teacher education courses in these institutions in 1987 and graduating in 1991, seeking information on the students' backgrounds, beliefs, values and attitudes.
Report:Students Together and Students Apart: A study of student teachers' attitudes in Northern Ireland.
Farren, S., Finn, P., Kirk, T. & Hughes, J. (1992a). [unpublished report to CCRU].
Theme:education


Title:Northern Ireland Social Attitudes Survey (NISAS)
Funding:CCRU, PPRU DANI DOENI DED, DHSS DENI Nuffield
Contact:Gillian Robinson, INCORE
Staff:
Institution:[contact] INCORE
Address:[contact address] Aberfoyle House
Northland Road
DERRY
BT48 7JA
T: (01504) 375500
F: (01504) 375510
E: gillian@incore.ulst.ac.uk
U: http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/othelem/research/nisas/nisas.htm
Dates:Start: 1988 End: 1998
Description:The NISAS was designed as an extension to the British Social Attitudes Survey (BSA). The main purpose is to monitor public attitudes on a wide range of social, economic, political and moral issues. Information is collected on the attitudes, perceptions and beliefs held by members of the two main religious communities in Northern Ireland. There have been seven surveys and seven reports published. (See separate entries for further information on the reports.)
Report:Introduction to the Social Attitudes Survey
Theme:attitudes


Title:Northern Ireland Social Attitudes Survey (NISAS)
Funding:CCRU, PPRU DANI DOENI DED, DHSS DENI Nuffield
Contact:Gillian Robinson, INCORE
Staff:Peter Stringer and Gillian Robinson
Institution:[contact] INCORE
Address:[contact address] Aberfoyle House
Northland Road
DERRY
BT48 7JA
T: (01504) 375500
F: (01504) 375510
E: gillian@incore.ulst.ac.uk
U: http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/othelem/research/nisas/nisas.htm
Dates:Start: 1988 End: 1998
Description:This was the first report of the NISAS. The book contained chapters on: community relations; identity; discrimination; class; poverty; women; aids; society. (See separate entries for further information on the other reports.)
Report:Social Attitudes in Northern Ireland, 1990-91 Edition
Stringer, P. & Robinson, G. (1991). Belfast: The Blackstaff Press.
Theme:attitudes


Title:Northern Ireland Social Attitudes Survey (NISAS)
Funding:CCRU, PPRU DANI DOENI DED, DHSS DENI Nuffield
Contact:Gillian Robinson, INCORE
Staff:Peter Stringer and Gillian Robinson
Institution:[contact] INCORE
Address:[contact address] Aberfoyle House
Northland Road
DERRY
BT48 7JA
T: (01504) 375500
F: (01504) 375510
E: gillian@incore.ulst.ac.uk
U: http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/othelem/research/nisas/nisas.htm
Dates:Start: 1988 End: 1998
Description:This was the second report of the NISAS. The book contained chapters on: economy; environment; 'British Withdrawal'; police; crime; civil liberties; social welfare; housing; women; violence, values and the generation gap. (See separate entries for further information on the other reports.)
Report:Social Attitudes in Northern Ireland, The Second Report, 1991-92 Edition
Stringer, P. & Robinson, G. (1992). Belfast: The Blackstaff Press.
Theme:attitudes


Title:Northern Ireland Social Attitudes Survey (NISAS)
Funding:CCRU, PPRU DANI DOENI DED, DHSS DENI Nuffield
Contact:Gillian Robinson, INCORE
Staff:Peter Stringer and Gillian Robinson
Institution:[contact] INCORE
Address:[contact address] Aberfoyle House
Northland Road
DERRY
BT48 7JA
T: (01504) 375500
F: (01504) 375510
E: gillian@incore.ulst.ac.uk
U: http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/othelem/research/nisas/nisas.htm
Dates:Start: 1988 End: 1998
Description:This was the third report of the NISAS. The book contained chapters on: religion; charity; community relations; women's rights and responsibilities; employment relations; nutrition and health; the National Health Service. (See separate entries for further information on the other reports.)
Report:Social Attitudes in Northern Ireland, The Third Report, 1992-93 Edition
Stringer, P. & Robinson, G. (1993). Belfast: The Blackstaff Press.
Theme:attitudes


Title:Northern Ireland Social Attitudes Survey (NISAS)
Funding:CCRU, PPRU DANI DOENI DED, DHSS DENI Nuffield
Contact:Gillian Robinson, INCORE
Staff:Richard Breen, Paula Devine, Gillian Robinson
Institution:[contact] INCORE
Address:[contact address] Aberfoyle House
Northland Road
DERRY
BT48 7JA
T: (01504) 375500
F: (01504) 375510
E: gillian@incore.ulst.ac.uk
U: http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/othelem/research/nisas/nisas.htm
Dates:Start: 1988 End: 1998
Description:This was the fourth report of the NISAS. The book contained chapters on: community relations; education; treatment by the security forces; welfare; europe; social security; environment. (See separate entries for further information on the other reports.)
Report:Social Attitudes in Northern Ireland, The Fourth Report, 1994-95 Edition
Breen, R., Devine, P., & Robinson, G. (1995). Belfast: Appletree Press.
Theme:attitudes


Title:Northern Ireland Social Attitudes Survey (NISAS)
Funding:CCRU, PPRU DANI DOENI DED, DHSS DENI Nuffield
Contact:Gillian Robinson, INCORE
Staff:Richard Breen, Paula Devine, Lizanne Dowds
Institution:[contact] INCORE
Address:[contact address] Aberfoyle House
Northland Road
DERRY
BT48 7JA
T: (01504) 375500
F: (01504) 375510
E: gillian@incore.ulst.ac.uk
U: http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/othelem/research/nisas/nisas.htm
Dates:Start: 1988 End: 1998
Description:This was the fifth report of the NISAS. The book contained chapters on: democratic values; constitutional preferences; informal care; women and work; race and ethnicity; health services; identity; gender discrimination; community relations. (See separate entries for further information on the other reports.)
Report:Social Attitudes in Northern Ireland, The Fifth Report, 1995-96 Edition
Breen, R., Devine, P. & Dowds, L. (1996). Belfast: Appletree Press.
Theme:attitudes


Title:Northern Ireland Social Attitudes Survey (NISAS)
Funding:CCRU, PPRU DANI DOENI DED, DHSS DENI Nuffield
Contact:Gillian Robinson, INCORE
Staff:Lizanne Dowds, Paula Devine, Richard Breen
Institution:[contact] INCORE
Address:[contact address] Aberfoyle House
Northland Road
DERRY
BT48 7JA
T: (01504) 375500
F: (01504) 375510
E: gillian@incore.ulst.ac.uk
U: http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/othelem/research/nisas/nisas.htm
Dates:Start: 1988 End: 1998
Description:This was the sixth report of the NISAS. The book contained chapters on: education; welfare; community relations and young people; drugs; family, friends and neighbours; class; transport; economic beliefs; work, marriage and family. (See separate entries for further information on the other reports.)
Report:Social Attitudes in Northern Ireland, The Sixth Report, 1996-97 Edition
Dowds, L., Devine, P. & Breen, R. (1997). Belfast: Appletree Press.
Theme:attitudes


Title:Northern Ireland Social Attitudes Survey (NISAS)
Funding:CCRU, PPRU DANI DOENI DED, DHSS DENI Nuffield
Contact:Gillian Robinson, INCORE
Staff:Gillian Robinson, Deidre Heenan, Ann Marie Gray, Kate Thompson
Institution:[contact] INCORE
Address:[contact address] Aberfoyle House
Northland Road
DERRY
BT48 7JA
T: (01504) 375500
F: (01504) 375510
E: gillian@incore.ulst.ac.uk
U: http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/othelem/research/nisas/nisas.htm
Dates:Start: 1988 End: 1998
Description:This was the seventh report of the NISAS. The book contained chapters on: community relations; home ownership; countryside; government; National Health Service; environment; political process. (See separate entries for further information on the other reports.)
Report:Social Attitudes in Northern Ireland, The Seventh Report, 1997-98 Edition
Robinson, G., Heenan, D., Gray, A.M., & Thompson, K. (1998). Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing Ltd.
Theme:attitudes


Title:Education for Mutual Understanding: A Guide
Funding:CCRU
Contact:
Staff:
Institution:Northern Ireland Council for Educational Development
Address:



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Dates:Start: 1988 End: 1988
Description:This guide to Education for Mutual Understanding (EMU) was produced by NICED as a discussion document for teachers in both segregated and integrated schools and colleges.
Report:Education for Mutual Understanding: A Guide.
Northern Ireland Council for Educational Development (1988?). Belfast: NICED.
Theme:education


Title:Northern Ireland Social Attitudes Survey (NISAS)
Funding:CCRU, PPRU DANI DOENI DED, DHSS DENI Nuffield
Contact:Gillian Robinson, INCORE
Staff:
Institution:[contact] INCORE
Address:[contact address] Aberfoyle House
Northland Road
DERRY
BT48 7JA
T: (01504) 375500
F: (01504) 375510
E: gillian@incore.ulst.ac.uk
U: http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/othelem/research/nisas/nisas.htm
Dates:Start: 1988 End: 1998
Description:The NISAS was designed as an extension to the British Social Attitudes Survey (BSA). The main purpose is to monitor public attitudes on a wide range of social, economic, political and moral issues. Information is collected on the attitudes, perceptions and beliefs held by members of the two main religious communities in Northern Ireland. There have been seven surveys and seven reports published. (See separate entries for further information on the reports.)
Report:Introduction to the Social Attitudes Survey
Theme:attitudes


Title:Community Relations and Children's Play
Funding:CCRU ?
Contact:John McQuade
Staff:John McQuade, Research and Training Officer
Institution:Playboard
Address:
253 Lisburn Road
BELFAST
BT6
T: (01232) 382633
F: (01232) 665774
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Dates:Start: 1989 End: 1990
Description:This project conducted research and produced guidelines and models of good practice to assist play workers in dealing with sectarian attitudes in young children, in line with Playboard's commitment to equality, co-operation and the reduction of segregation of children in the community. The effectiveness of the project will be evaluated in additional research during 1993.
Report:[awaiting copy of report]
Theme:children


Title:Interventions in Conflict: Approaches to Evaluation
Funding:CCRU NIVT Cadbury Trust seeBar Barrow & Geraldine
Contact:Seamus Dunn, CSC
Staff:Clem McCartney, John Darby, Seamus Dunn
Institution:Centre for the Study of Conflict (CSC)
Address:University of Ulster
Cromore Road
COLERAINE
BT52 1SA
T: (01265) 324666
F: (01265) 324917
E:
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Dates:Start: 1989 End: 1991
Description:This project provided advice on a range of practice and research issues associated with community reconciliation work, and undertook the evaluation of the Northern Ireland Voluntary Trust's (NIVT) inter-community contact scheme.
Report:Making Ripples: an evaluation of the Inter-Community Contact Grant scheme of the NIVT.
McCartney, C. (1990a). UU: CSC.
Theme:evaluation


Title:Social Integration at Lagan College
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Colin Irwin, QUB
Staff:Colin Irwin
Institution:Department of Anthropology
Address:Queen's University of Belfast
University Road
BELFAST
BT7 1NN
T: (01232) 245133
F:
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Dates:Start: 1989 End: 1991
Description:This study documents the extent of social integration among pupils of Lagan College in respect of religion, social class, gender and ability level. The results will assist in the evaluation of integrated education and enable teaching staff to gain a better understanding of the processes of social integration.
Report:[awaiting copy of report]
Theme:education integrated


Title:Women's Education Project: Evaluation
Funding:CCRU NIVT Rowntree
Contact:Joanna McMinn
Staff:V. McGivney
Institution:Women's Education Project
Address:
129 University Street
BELFAST
BT7 1HP
T: (01232) 230212
F: (01232) 239296
E:
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Dates:Start: 1989 End: 1991
Description:This project provided an assessment of the Women's Education Project, an organisation to promote and provide community-based education for women.
Report:[awaiting copy of report]
Theme:evaluation


Title:Community Relations Work:Typologies
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Mari Fitzduff, INCORE
Staff:Mari Fitzduff
Institution:Community Relations Council (CRC)
Address:
6 Murray Street
BELFAST
BT1 6DN
T: (01232) 439953
F: (01232) 235208
E: info@community-relations.org.uk
U: http://dspace.dial.pipex.com/town/estate/yo13/
Dates:Start: 1989 End: 1989
Description:The study produced a typology for community relations work. The typology split focused community relations work into: mutual understanding work; anti-sectarian work; anti-intimidation work; cultural traditions work; justice and rights work; political options work; inter-church work; and conflict resolution work.
Report:Approaches to Community Relations Work.
Fitzduff, M. (1993, 3rd ed.). CRC Pamphlet No.1. Belfast: CRC.
Theme:community relations


Title:Community Development Review
Funding:CCRU others
Contact:Niall Fitzduff
Staff:Ken Logue, Niall Fitzduff, Avila Kilmurray, F. McCartney, Bill Rolston
Institution:Community Development Review Group (CDRG)
Address:c/o Rural Community Network
4 Molesworth Street
COOKSTOWN

T: (016487) 66670
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Dates:Start: 1989 End: 1990
Description:The CDRG ran two projects which undertook a review of community development in Northern Ireland. Two reports were produced on the work and funding of the voluntary sector, along with a paper setting out policy recommendations for the 1990s.
Report:Community Development in Northern Ireland: Perspectives for the Future.
Community Development Review Group (nd, 1990?), Belfast: CDRG.
Theme:community development


Title:Neighbourhood Disputes
Funding:PPRU CCRU
Contact:Joan McQuoid, EXTERN
Staff:Tim McQuoid; Bill Lockhart supervisor
Institution:Extern Organisation
Address:Centre for Indep Research & Analysis of Crime
5-11 Verner Street
BELFAST
BT7 2AA
T: (01232) 240900
F: (01232) 331498
E:
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Dates:Start: 1989 End: 1991
Description:This research investigated neighbourhood disputes in a rural and an inner city area of Northern Ireland. It established the extent of the problem, the nature of existing mediation services, gaps in provision and the support and training required to maintain services effectively.
Report:Report of the Extern Working Party on Neighbourhood Disputes in Northern Ireland, Extern Paper No.1.
McQuoid, T. (1990). Belfast: Extern, £3.95.
Theme:mediation


Title:Oxford Companion to Irish Literature
Funding:CCRU Leverhulme McCrea grant
Contact:Robert Welch
Staff:R. Welch; Dr Bruce Stewart, research officer
Institution:Dept. of English, Media & Theatre Studies
Address:University of Ulster
Cromore Road
COLERAINE
BT52 1SA
T: (01265) 324187
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Dates:Start: 1989 End: 1993
Description:A guide to Irish literature including coverage of many Northern Irish writers.
Report:Oxford Companion to Irish Literature
Welch, R. (1994?). OUP.
Theme:cultural traditions


Title:Controls on Ethnic Conflict
Funding:CCRU PPRU departmental funds
Contact:John Darby, UU
Staff:John Darby
Institution:INCORE
Address:Aberfoyle House
Northland Road
DERRY
BT48 7JA
T: (01504) 375500
F: (01504) 375510
E: john@incore.ulst.ac.uk
U: http://www.incore.ulst.ac.uk
Dates:Start: 1989 End: 1989
Description:This project set out to examine divided societies which have a limited level of violence. It was based on a close study of the Northern Irish conflict and its second phase examined controls in other ethnic conflict fields. Initial findings suggest a range of military, paramilitary, social and infrastructural controls in Northern Ireland. The main problems encountered have been determining criteria by which other conflicts might be selected, and finding sufficient time to carry out such comparisons.
Report:Intimidation and the Control of Conflict in Northern Ireland.
Darby, J. (1986). Dublin: Gill and Macmillan, New York: Syracuse University Press.
Theme:conflict management


Title:Comparative Approaches to Community Relations
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Seamus Dunn, CSC
Staff:J.Darby & A.M.Gallagher
Institution:Centre for the Study of Conflict (CSC)
Address:University of Ulster
Cromore Road
COLERAINE
BT52 1SA
T: (01265) 324666
F: (01265) 324917
E: mp.shortt@ulst.ac.uk
U: http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/csc
Dates:Start: 1990 End: 1991
Description:This publication contains a collection of papers that were presented at a conference on comparative approaches to community relations held in the University of Ulster in 1990. The conference was funded by the CCRU.
Report:Comparative Approaches to Community Relations, CSC Occasional Paper No.4.
Darby, J. & Gallagher, A.M. (1991). UU: CSC.
Theme:community relations


Title:Evaluation, Policy and Practice in Education for Mutual Understanding (EMU)
Funding:PPRU CCRU DENI
Contact:Alan Smith, UU
Staff:Alan Smith researcher; Seamus Dunn, Alan Robinson
Institution:Centre for the Study of Conflict (CSC)
Address:University of Ulster
Cromore Road
COLERAINE
BT52 1SA
T: (01265) 324202
F: (01265) 324918
E: a.smith@ulst.ac.uk
U: http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/csc
Dates:Start: 1990 End: 1993
Description:This study focused on two issues in the evaluation of Education for Mutual Understanding (EMU): the perceptions of EMU held by different levels and sectors of the education system, especially in the transitional period between legislation in 1989 and the statutory requirement to include EMU in the curriculum in 1992; and the development, through working closely with teachers, of techniques to assess the impact of EMU through school-based education.
Report:Education for Mutual Understanding: Perceptions and Policy.
Smith. A. & Robinson, A. (1992a). UU: Centre for the Study of Conflict.
Theme:education emu


Title:Majority Minority Project
Funding:CCRU PPRU
Contact:Seamus Dunn, CSC
Staff:M. Melaugh (1992-93), A. Gallagher (1990-92); Prof. Seamus Dunn
Institution:Centre for the Study of Conflict (CSC)
Address:University of Ulster
Cromore Road
COLERAINE
BT52 1SA
T: (01265) 324666
F: (01265) 324917
E: martin@incore.ulst.ac.uk
U: http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/csc
Dates:Start: 1990 End: 1993
Description:The Majority Minority Project produced a series of reports summarising research evidence on the comparative material conditions of the two communities in Northern Ireland. Each publication in the series aimed to provide a concise review of research and other information in an accessible format. The first report, on education and religion, was published in 1990, the second, on employment, unemployment and religion, in 1991, and the third report, on housing and religion, in 1994.
Report:Majority Minority Review No.1: Education and Religion in Northern Ireland.
Gallagher, A. (1989). UU: Centre for the Study of Conflict.
Theme:equality


Title:Majority Minority Project
Funding:CCRU PPRU
Contact:Seamus Dunn, CSC
Staff:M. Melaugh (1992-93), A. Gallagher (1990-92); Prof. Seamus Dunn
Institution:Centre for the Study of Conflict (CSC)
Address:University of Ulster
Cromore Road
COLERAINE
BT52 1SA
T: (01265) 324666
F: (01265) 324917
E: martin@incore.ulst.ac.uk
U: http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/csc
Dates:Start: 1990 End: 1993
Description:The Majority Minority Project produced a series of reports summarising research evidence on the comparative material conditions of the two communities in Northern Ireland. Each publication in the series aimed to provide a concise review of research and other information in an accessible format. The first report, on education and religion, was published in 1990, the second, on employment, unemployment and religion, in 1991, and the third report, on housing and religion, in 1994.
Report:Majority Minority Review No.2: Employment, Unemployment and Religion in Northern Ireland.
Melaugh, M. (1994). UU: Centre for the Study of Conflict.
Theme:equality


Title:Majority Minority Project
Funding:CCRU PPRU
Contact:Seamus Dunn, CSC
Staff:M. Melaugh (1992-93), A. Gallagher (1990-92); Prof. Seamus Dunn
Institution:Centre for the Study of Conflict (CSC)
Address:University of Ulster
Cromore Road
COLERAINE
BT52 1SA
T: (01265) 324666
F: (01265) 324917
E: martin@incore.ulst.ac.uk
U: http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/csc
Dates:Start: 1990 End: 1993
Description:The Majority Minority Project produced a series of reports summarising research evidence on the comparative material conditions of the two communities in Northern Ireland. Each publication in the series aimed to provide a concise review of research and other information in an accessible format. The first report, on education and religion, was published in 1990, the second, on employment, unemployment and religion, in 1991, and the third report, on housing and religion, in 1994.
Report:Majority Minority Review No.3: Housing and Religion in Northern Ireland.
Melaugh, M. (1994). UU: Centre for the Study of Conflict.
Theme:equality


Title:Grid Reference to Ward Conversion System
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Gillian Robinson, INCORE
Staff:NIRRL (QUB/UU research centre)
Institution:Northern Ireland Regional Research Laboratory (NIRRL)
Address:University of Ulster
Cromore Road
COLERAINE
BT52 1SA
T: (01265) 44141
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Dates:Start: 1990 End: 1992
Description:CCRU contributed to the development of a system for converting grid references to ward level. This system will allow information held on a grid reference basis to be converted to and analysed at ward level.
Report:[awaiting copy of report]
Theme:research


Title:Majority Minority Project
Funding:CCRU PPRU
Contact:Seamus Dunn, CSC
Staff:M. Melaugh (1992-93), A. Gallagher (1990-92); Prof. Seamus Dunn
Institution:Centre for the Study of Conflict (CSC)
Address:University of Ulster
Cromore Road
COLERAINE
BT52 1SA
T: (01265) 324666
F: (01265) 324917
E: martin@incore.ulst.ac.uk
U: http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/csc
Dates:Start: 1990 End: 1993
Description:The Majority Minority Project produced a series of reports summarising research evidence on the comparative material conditions of the two communities in Northern Ireland. Each publication in the series aimed to provide a concise review of research and other information in an accessible format. The first report, on education and religion, was published in 1990, the second, on employment, unemployment and religion, in 1991, and the third report, on housing and religion, in 1994.
Report:[see list of Centre reports]
Theme:equality equity


Title:Women's Organisations and Community Relations
Funding:CCRU PPRU
Contact:Valerie Morgan, UU
Staff:Valerie Morgan, Celia Davies, Grace Fraser
Institution:Centre for Research on Women & Centre for the Study of Conflict
Address:University of Ulster
Cromore Road
COLERAINE
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Dates:Start: 1990 End: 1993
Description:This project, undertaken jointly by CROW and the Centre for the Study of Conflict, examined the role played by women in those community organisations where they are prominent, identifying class differences, the significance of church-linked bodies and the extent of networking through cross-membership. It sought to develop strategies to increase the effectiveness of cross-community contact and co-operation between these organisations. Fieldwork was conducted in one relatively peaceful urban area and a relati
Report:The Company We Keep, Women Community and Organisations.
Morgan, V. & Fraser, G. (1994), Coleraine: University of Ulster.
Theme:women community relations


Title:Charities Evaluation Services
Funding:CCRU charitable trusts
Contact:Pat McGinn
Staff:Pat McGinn
Institution:Charities Evaluation Services
Address:NI Regional Centre
297 Ormeau Road
BELFAST
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F: (01232) 646355
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Dates:Start: 1990 End: 1990
Description:Charities Evaluation Services (CES) established an office in NI. It offered advice and consultancy to the voluntary and community sectors on evaluation and organisational effectiveness, and training in evaluative and research techniques.
Report:[various unpublished reports]
Theme:voluntary sector


Title:Research and Information Officer Post
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Seamus Dunn, CSC
Staff:Martin Melaugh (1992-1995), Tony Gallager (1990-92)
Institution:Centre for the Study of Conflict (CSC)
Address:University of Ulster
Cromore Road
COLERAINE
BT52 1SA
T: (01265) 324666
F: (01265) 324917
E: martin@incore.ulst.ac.uk
U: http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/csc
Dates:Start: 1990 End: 1995
Description:This post was funded to provide the CCRU with ready access to information on community relations issues, and to strengthen the resources available at this major centre for community relations research. The postholder was responsible for the production of the Majority Minority Review series (see separate entry) and for other work including the re-analysis of some existing statistical resources with a potential value in understanding community relations issues.
Report:[see list of Centre reports]
Theme:research


Title:Self-Reported Delinquency
Funding:CCRU Northern Ireland Office
Contact:Joan McQuoid, EXTERN
Staff:
Institution:Extern Organisation
Address:Centre for Indep Research & Analysis of Crime
5-11 Verner Street
BELFAST
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T: (01232) 240900
F: (01232) 331498
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Dates:Start: 1990 End: 1994
Description:Initially a project to pilot an instrument of self-reported delinquency. Researchers from nine European countries working under the Ministry of Justice of the Netherlands have designed a questionnaire to measure delinquency. Each country validated it on a random sample of 300 14- to 21-year-olds, with the aim of comparing cross-cultural levels of delinquency at a later date. The results of the N. Ireland study have been published. Publication of the international comparisons from 1,000 sized samples occurre
Report:Self-Reported Delinquency and Other Behaviours Amongst Young People in Northern Ireland.
McQuoid, J. & Lockhart, B. (1994). Belfast: Extern.
Theme:crime


Title:Churches and Inter-Community Relationships
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Seamus Dunn, CSC
Staff:D.Morrow, D.Birrell, J.Greer & T.O'Keeffe
Institution:Centre for the Study of Conflict (CSC)
Address:University of Ulster
Cromore Road
COLERAINE
BT52 1SA
T: (01265) 324666
F: (01265) 324917
E: mp.shortt@ulst.ac.uk
U: http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/csc
Dates:Start: 1991 End: 1991
Description:A report into the role of the four main churches in fostering good inter-community relationships.
Report:The Churches and Inter-Community Relationships.
Morrow, D., Birrell, D., Greer, J. & O'Keeffe, T. (1991; reprint 1994). UU: CSC.
Theme:religion and the churches


Title:Political Attitudes in Northern Ireland at the Time of the UK General Election
Funding:CCRU ESRC
Contact:Sydney Elliott, QUB
Staff:Sydney Elliot, Dr E.P. Moxon-Browne (now at Limerick), Dr J. Ditch
Institution:Department of Politics
Address:Queen's University Belfast
Social Sciences Building, University Rd,
BELFAST
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T: (01232) 245133 ext. 3659
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Dates:Start: 1991 End: 1993
Description:The GB election study of voting behaviour was extended to NI for the first time to cover the 1992 General Election. CCRU is co-funding the NI extension with ESRC.
Report:[awaiting copy of report]
Theme:attitudes


Title:Cross-Community Marriage in Northern Ireland
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Gillian Robinson, INCORE
Staff:Gillian Robinson, Peter Stringer (now in Florence)
Institution:Centre for Social Research (CSR)
Address:Queen's University of Belfast
105 Botanic Avenue
BELFAST
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Dates:Start: 1991 End: 1992
Description:This research, conducted by the CSR for Relate (the Northern Ireland Marriage Guidance service) and CMAC (the Catholic Marriage Advisory Council) attempted to establish the 'biography' of a sample of cross-community marriages and to examine factors which may have been a source of stress or assistance within the marriage. The aim of the research was to provide appropriate information and guidance to those institutions which in various ways may give help and support to couples who contemplate or have contra
Report:Cross-Community Marriage in Northern Ireland.
Robinson, G. (1992). [unpublished report to CCRU]
Theme:marriage


Title:Health Inequalities and Deprivation
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Gillian Robinson, INCORE
Staff:Peter Stringer (now in Netherlands), Dr J. Haslett
Institution:Northern Ireland Regional Research Laboratory (NIRRL) & Trinity College Dublin
Address:University of Ulster
Cromore Road
COLERAINE
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T: (01265) 44141
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Dates:Start: 1991 End: 1992
Description:This was a developmental project to prepare a demonstration package on health inequalities in Northern Ireland. The package enables consideration of the relationship between spatially referenced health data, measures of deprivation and community affiliation at appropriate geographical levels.
Report:[awaiting copy of report]
Theme:health


Title:Working for Equality: An evaluation of the ATGWU Action Programme
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Andrew Finlay
Staff:Andrew Finlay and Monica McWilliams
Institution:Centre for Research on Women & Centre for Health and Social Research
Address:University of Ulster
Cromore Road
COLERAINE
BT52 1SA
T: (01265) 324287
F: (01265) 324914
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Dates:Start: 1991 End: 1993
Description:The ATGWU Action Programme, Working for Equality, is an educational initiative aimed at raising awareness and encouraging discussion among Union members about inequality and prejudice. (See separate entry for the Programme.) This evaluation project involves observation of working seminars, surveys of the participants, and content analysis of teaching materials.
Report:ATGWU Action Programme: Working for Equality, Interim Evaluation Report,
McWilliams, M. & A. Finlay (1992). Coleraine: University of Ulster.
Theme:evaluation


Title:Traditional Music in Protestant Communities in Northern Ireland
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Martin Stokes, QUB
Staff:Fintan Vallely; Martin Stokes
Institution:Department of Social Anthropology
Address:Queen's University of Belfast
29 University Square
BELFAST
BT7 1NN
T: (01232) 245133 ext. 3740
F: (01232) 247895
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Dates:Start: 1991 End: 1994
Description:The project aimed to situate music-making in a broad social, cultural and political context in Northern Ireland, looking in particular at rural South Down. It investigated the means by which music is used as a marker of identity, and the ways in which musicians dispute or negotiate conventional ethnic or sectarian tags. It also focused on the various and shifting ways in which professional and amateur musicians and their audiences define and use notions of "tradition" and "community".
Report:[awaiting copy of report]
Theme:cultural traditions


Title:Women, Community and Politics in Northern Ireland
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Eilish Rooney, UU
Staff:Eilish Rooney; Margaret Woods
Institution:Department of Adult & Continuing Education
Address:University of Ulster
Shore Road
JORDANSTOWN
BT37 0QB
T: (01232) 362998
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Dates:Start: 1991 End: 1993
Description:This research, undertaken jointly by the Department and the Centre for Research on Women, examined the participation of women in community projects and electoral politics in three areas of Belfast. It sought to ascertain (a) what effect women consider their activism has on the resolution of conflict; (b) the role of community education processes and practices in promoting alliances between women in their separate communities; and (c) whether educational processes and practices have a role to play in incr
Report:Women, Community and Politics in Northern Ireland.
Rooney, E. & Ward, M. (nd). Jordanstown: UU.
Theme:women


Title:Programme for Equality
Funding:CCRU ATGWU
Contact:Avila Kilmurray
Staff:Equality Officer, Education Officer; ATGWU Equality Committee
Institution:Amalgamated Transport and General Workers Union
Address:Equality Committee
Transport House
102 High St
BELFAST BT1
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F: (01232) 240133
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Dates:Start: 1991 End: 1994
Description:The aims of the project are:1 to examine the knowledge of Fair Employment legislation amongst Union representatives, and to address this issue; 2 to examine the problems faced by shop stewards in dealing with intimidation and sectarianism in the workplace, and 3 to provide a range of educational materials and trained lay tutors to address issues of sectarianism and intimidation. (See separate entry for the evaluation of this project by Finlay and McWilliams.)
Report:Winning Equality in the Workplace: A guide for workplace representatives
na (nd). Belfast: ATGWU.
Theme:equality and equity


Title:Women Community and Politics in Northern Ireland
Funding:CCRU ?
Contact:Eilish Rooney, UU
Staff:Eilish Rooney and Margaret Woods
Institution:Centre for Research on Women & Community Education Research and Development Centre
Address:Department of Adult and Continuing Education
University of Ulster
JORDANSTOWN
BT37 OQB
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Dates:Start: 1991 End: 1992
Description:Project examined participation in community projects and women in electoral politiics with the aim of informing policy on future decisions regarding women in Northern Ireland.
Report:Women Community and Politics in Northern Ireland: A Research Project with an Action Outcome.
Rooney, E. & Woods, M. (1992). [unpublished report to CCRU].
Theme:women


Title:Interventions in Conflict
Funding:CCRU ?
Contact:
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Dates:Start: 1991 End: 1993
Description:A study to give an in-depth analysis of the situation of young people in NI and an assessment of the relevance of current cross-community activities. A major aim was to 'examine the relationship between research and policy and practice'.
Report:[awaiting copy of report]
Theme:community relations


Title:Protestant Women's Perceptions of the Women's Centre
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Theresa Kelly
Staff:Lou Nash researcher, Theresa Kelly supervisor
Institution:Women's Centre
Address:
24 Pump Street
DERRY
BT48 6JG
T: (01504) 267672
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Dates:Start: 1991 End: 1991
Description:Investigates the attitudes of Protestant women to the activities of, and involvement in, the Women's Centre in Derry.
Report:[awaiting copy of report]
Theme:women


Title:Education and Training for Community Development
Funding:CCRU others
Contact:Niall Fitzduff
Staff:Ken Logue, Niall Fitzduff, Avila Kilmurray, F. McCartney
Institution:Community Development Review Group (CDRG)
Address:c/o Rural Community Network
4 Molesworth Street
COOKSTOWN

T: (016487) 66670
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Dates:Start: 1991 End: 1992
Description:A short review of training and educational support for community development at all levels in Northern Ireland. The review makes recommendations for the strengthening and development of adequate education and training support for community development.
Report:[awaiting copy of report]
Theme:community development


Title:Local Newspaper Database: A demonstration project
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Liam O'Dowd
Staff:L. O'Dowd; Ron Keegan computer consultant, Mary Kintner rsch asst
Institution:Department of Sociology & Social Policy
Address:Queen's University of Belfast
24 College Green
BELFAST
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T: (01232) 245133 ext. 3715
F: (01232) 320668
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Dates:Start: 1991 End: 1993
Description:This pilot project will establish a database drawing on a selection of local newspapers. The database will cover two substantive areas, community relations and local economic development, both of which have been the subject of considerable policy development at regional and national level. The database will provide insights on how these policies impact on local communities, and on how useful a resource local newspapers can be for researchers and other users.
Report:[awaiting copy of report]
Theme:media


Title:Community Development in a District Council
Funding:CCRU PPRU
Contact:Sam McCready, UU
Staff:Sam McCready, Duncan Morrow, Majella O'Connor
Institution:Centre for the Study of Conflict (CSC) & Dept. of Applied Social Studies
Address:University of Ulster
Shore Road
JORDANSTOWN
BT37 0QB
T: (01232) 362457
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Dates:Start: 1991 End: 1993
Description:This study recorded community development practice within Castlereagh Borough Council area, 1974-92, and identified and analysed any problems, strains and tensions which may have occurred. The purpose was to enhance understanding of community work in Protestant communities, and of the relationship between community development and the local political process.
Report:[awaiting copy of report]
Theme:community development


Title:Intergroup Contact in a Northern Ireland University Setting
Funding:CCRU UU PPRU
Contact:Ed Cairns, UU
Staff:Ed Cairns; Seamus Dunn, Dr Tony Gallagher (CSC)
Institution:Department of Psychology
Address:University of Ulster
Cromore Road
COLERAINE
BT52 1SA
T: (01265) 324661
F: (01265) 4917
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Dates:Start: 1991 End: 1992
Description:This research project involved the study of a change in attitudes and values over time as Catholic and Protestant young people move from a segregated to an integrated educational environment and have the opportunity to make contact and have friendships across the religious divide. The study, of students at the University of Ulster, also examined the impact on attitudes and values of a short exposure to an integrated setting compared to a longer exposure.
Report:Intergroup Contact in a Northern Ireland University Setting: A Report to the Central Community Relaitons Unit.
Cairns, E., Gallagher, A. & Dunn, S. (1992?). [unpublished report to CCRU].
Theme:community relations


Title:United Nations University: Research and Training Centre Feasibility study
Funding:University of Ulster DENI CCRU anon donor
Contact:John Darby, UU
Staff:John Darby; Seamus Dunn
Institution:INCORE
Address:Aberfoyle House
Northland Road
DERRY
BT48 7JA
T: (01504) 375500
F: (01504) 375510
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U: http://www.incore.ulst.ac.uk
Dates:Start: 1991 End: 1993
Description:This feasibility study commissioned by the Tokyo-based United Nations University has led to the establishment of INCORE (Initiative on Conflict Resolution and Ethnicity). INCORE, a research and training centre run jointly by the UNU and the University of Ulster, is based at Aberfoyle House on the Magee Campus. The centre will take as its theme the subject of conflict studies and conflict resolution, on an international basis, and with an emphasis on ethnic conflict.
Report:United Nations University: Research and Training Feasibility Study.
Darby, J. & Dunn, S. (1992). UU: CSC.
Theme:ethnic conflict


Title:Directory of Local Community Groups in the City (i.e. Derry/Londonderry)
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Colin Miller
Staff:Colin Miller; John Lampen
Institution:Peace and Reconciliation Group
Address:
18 London Street
DERRY
BT48 6RQ
T: (01504) 369206
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Dates:Start: 1991 End: 1992
Description:As its cross-community programme has developed in the city over the last five years, the Peace and Reconciliation Group has found that this particular area has expanded and it could avail of the use of a local directory of such groups. The compilation involved initial visits by the PRG liaison worker to community groups and associations, followed by a questionnaire mailing and further visits as necessary. The resulting book will up-date the present listing of community groups issued by Derry City Counci
Report:[awaiting copy of report]
Theme:community relations


Title:Dissemination of Information on Research
Funding:CCRU PPRU
Contact:Seamus Dunn, CSC
Staff:Ciaran O Maolain, Seamus Dunn and John Darby
Institution:Centre for the Study of Conflict (CSC)
Address:University of Ulster
Cromore Road
COLERAINE
BT52 1SA
T: (01265) 324666
F: (01265) 324917
E: mp.shortt@ulst.ac.uk
U: http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/csc
Dates:Start: 1991 End: 1994
Description:This project produced the Register of Research. It arose from a perception that the utility and efficiency of social research on Northern Ireland could be greatly assisted by improved access to information about completed, current and planned research. An Information Officer was appointed to the CSC with a brief to disseminate research findings, especially on community relations issues, to policy makers, practitioners, academics and the wider public. A research database was established and bulletins on re
Report:Register of Research on Northern Ireland (1993 edition).
O Maolin, C. (1993). UU: CSC.
Theme:research


Title:Ethnic Studies Network
Funding:CCRU UU (91-94); INCORE (94-present)
Contact:Lyn Moffett, INCORE
Staff:John Darby, Lyn Moffett
Institution:INCORE
Address:Aberfoyle House
Northland Road
DERRY
BT48 7JA
T: (01504) 375500
F: (01504) 375510
E: lyn@incore.ulst.ac.uk
U: http://www.incore.ulst.ac.uk
Dates:Start: 1991 End: 1994
Description:The Ethnic Studies Network was founded in 1991. Its aim was to build on the growing comparative and international dimensions of the work of the Centre for the Study of Conflict and to encourage and facilitate co-operative research into ethnic studies. Membership of the network stands at over 400 and it is represented on every continent. Its first international conference took place in June 1992. The development of the Network coincided with the establishment of INCORE a joint initiative of the University
Report:Ethnic Studies Network Bulletin.
Moffett, L. Derry: INCORE.
Theme:ethnic conflict


Title:Higher Education in Northern Ireland
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Bob Osborne, UU
Staff:Bob Osborne, Bob Cormack
Institution:Centre for Policy Research
Address:University of Ulster
Cromore Road
COLERAINE
BT52 1SA
T: (01265) 44141
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Dates:Start: 1991 End: 1992
Description:This research, done as a brief consultancy during a related and larger ESRC project, provides an account of whether increased public expenditure has resulted in benefits to specific target groups in higher education. It also looks at whether increasing levels of participation have had positive repercussions in the graduate labour market, in terms of fair employment objectives and gender equality, and whether there is any evidence that higher education has had a positive impact on community relations.
Report:"The demand for higher education", Northern Ireland Council for Educational Research.
Osborne, R.D. & R.J. Cormack (1989)
Theme:education


Title:Life on the Interface
Funding:CCRU
Contact:
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Dates:Start: 1992 End: 1992
Description:[awaiting a copy of the report]
Report:Life on the Interface.
na (1992). Belfast: Island Pamphlets.
Theme:


Title:Employment Equality
Funding:CCRU in-house
Contact:CCRU
Staff:na
Institution:Central Community Relations Unit
Address:20-24 Donegall Street

BELFAST
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T: 01232 520700
F: 01232 544500
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Dates:Start: 1992 End: 1992
Description:A document which outlined the proposed strategy for carrying out the employment equality review.
Report:The Review of Employment Equality in Northern Ireland.
na (1992). Belfast: CCRU.
Theme:employment


Title:Research on Under-Fives
Funding:CCRU DENI other_government
Contact:Research & Evaluation Services
Staff:Joint project R&ES and QUB Psychology Department
Institution:Research & Evaluation Services
Address:
391 Lisburn Road
BELFAST
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Dates:Start: 1992 End: 1992
Description:A postal survey to establish patterns of use of, and need for, pre-school services in NI.
Report:[awaiting copy of report]
Theme:education


Title:A Study of the barriers facing community groups in Northern Ireland in assessing European funding.
Funding:CCRU
Contact:
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Dates:Start: 1992 End: 1994
Description:The study aimed to assess the specific factors such as funding, organisational, or attitudinal problems which had contributed to the real or perceived failure of community groups to take up EC funding to the extent they might have done.
Report:[awaiting copy of report]
Theme:community development


Title:Constitutional preferences, socio-economic status and perceptions of disadvantage among Catholics and Protestants in Northern Ireland
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Bob Millar, QUB
Staff:Prof. Richard Breen (now in Florence)
Institution:Centre for Social Research (CSR)
Address:Queen's University of Belfast
105 Botanic Avenue
BELFAST
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Dates:Start: 1992 End: 1993
Description:This report was prepared for the CCRU. It was based on a secondary analysis of the Northern Ireland Social Attitudes databases for 1989 and 1991.
Report:Constitutional preferences, socio-economic status and perceptions of disadvantage among Catholics and Protestants in Northern Ireland.
Breen, R. (1995). Belfast: QUB.
Theme:attitudes


Title:Sport and Community Relations in Northern Ireland
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Seamus Dunn, CSC
Staff:John Sugden, Scott Harvie
Institution:Centre for the Study of Conflict (CSC)
Address:University of Ulster
Cromore Road
COLERAINE
BT52 1SA
T: (01265) 324666
F: (01265) 324917
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U: http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/csc
Dates:Start: 1992 End: 1994
Description:This study investigated the impact of sport in the promotion of community relations or community separation in Northern Ireland. (In addition to the CSC publication there was a report written for the CCRU.)
Report:Sport and Community Relaitons in Northern Ireland.
Sugden, J. & Harvie, S. (1995). Coleraine: Centre for the Study of Conflict.
Theme:sport


Title:Enterprise Support Measures
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Pat McGin
Staff:
Institution:Institute for Enterprise Strategies
Address:

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Description:A study of the enterprise behaviours of the two communities and how funding organisations relate to those communities.
Report:Assessing Equity: A study into fairness in publicly funded provision in enterprise and small business within in Northern Ireland.
Institute for Enterprise Strategies (199x). [unpublished report to CCRU]
Theme:enterprise


Title:Psychological Changes in Teenage Participants in an Outward Bound Course
Funding:CCRU community relations
Contact:Norma McKeown
Staff:N. McKeown; Prof. Ed Cairns (Psychology Department UUC) supervisor
Institution:Dungannon District Council
Address:Department of Leisure Services
Circular Road
DUNGANNON, County Tyrone
BT71 6DT
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Dates:Start: 1992 End: 1995
Description:The purpose of this research was to look at the attitudinal changes, if any, found over time in 15/16-year-olds who attended an Outward Bound centre as part of a community relations programme. Over 3 years, some 30 young people were selected to go on intensive courses involving team-building, trust exercises and frank and open discussion of their religion and identity. It was hoped to assess how this experience affected their views of themselves and others, their group identity, self-esteem and so on.
Report:[awaiting copy of report]
Theme:children


Title:Life in Disadvantaged areas of Belfast
Funding:CCRU
Contact:
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Dates:Start: 1992 End: 1992
Description:A qualitative study undertaken for BSAG through discussion groups and in-depth interviews on life in Belfast. The study provides information on whether and in what ways life has improved or deteriorated for Making Belfast Work (MBW) residents over the last few years.
Report:[awaiting copy of report]
Theme:quality of life


Title:Services for Young Children in Northern Ireland
Funding:CCRU DED DENI DHSS DOENI PPRU
Contact:Eddie Rooney
Staff:Eddie Rooney; Research Evaluation Services
Institution:Department of Finance and Personnel
Address:Policy Planning & Research Unit (PPRU)
2nd Floor, Londonderry House, Chichester Street
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Description:This is a commissioned postal survey into the patterns of use of services related to day-care for children under 8 years. The survey is based on a sample drawn from the Child Benefit Register and was undertaken by Research Evaluation Services on behalf of government departments.
Report:[awaiting copy of report]
Theme:children


Title:Community Relations and Broadcast Television
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Paul Nolan
Staff:Paul Nolan, researcher
Institution:individual researcher
Address:29 Ardmore Avenue
Ormeau Road
BELFAST
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T: (01232) 329718
F: (01232) 230306
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Dates:Start: 1992 End: 1993
Description:It is often asserted that television has a profound influence on how we think and feel, and concern is often expressed about the potential harm done by particular styles of broadcasting. Occasionally a different hope is expressed, that television could help to enlighten and inform, and that it may be playing a valuable role in helping the two traditions to understand each other better. This research study takes a particular series of BBC programmes entitled 'A Sense of Place' which received funding from the
Report:Screening the Message: A Study of Community Relations Broadcasting.
Nolan, P. [unpublished report to CCRU]
Theme:media


Title:A Sense of Place
Funding:CCRU
Contact:BBC Northern Ireland ?
Staff:
Institution:BBC Northern Ireland
Address:

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Dates:Start: 1992 End: 1992
Description:A series of BBC television programmes entitled 'A Sense of Place'.
Report:[awaiting copy of report]
Theme:media


Title:Disability and Religion in Northern Ireland
Funding:CCRU PPRU
Contact:Seamus Dunn, CSC
Staff:Martin Melaugh
Institution:Centre for the Study of Conflict (CSC)
Address:University of Ulster
Cromore Road
COLERAINE
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T: (01265) 324666
F: (01265) 324917
E: martin@incore.ulst.ac.uk
U: http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/csc
Dates:Start: 1992 End: 1993
Description:The Policy Planning and Research Unit (PPRU) of the Department of Finance and Personnel produced a series of reports on disability in Northern Ireland. These reports were based on a series of large scale surveys which were similar in design to surveys conducted by OPCS in Britain. This project extracted part of the data held by PPRU and carried out an analysis of disability in the two main communities.
Report:Disability and Religion in Northern Ireland.
Melaugh, M. (1995). Coleraine: UU.
Theme:health


Title:Intimidation in the Workplace: Research for Best Practice
Funding:CCRU Enkalon Foundation
Contact:Mairead Abraham
Staff:
Institution:Community Training and Research Services (CTRS)
Address:Counteract
45-47 Donegall Street
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F: (01232) 333522
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Dates:Start: 1992 End: 1993
Description:Counteract was established as an anti-intimidation unit by the Irish Congress of Trade Unions (ICTU) to provide advice and support to those intimidated either in the workplace or at home. Part of the project was concerned with quantifying the extend of intimidation. The project investigated the incidence of intimidation or sectarian harassment in a representative sample of 40 workplaces, and management and union responses to these issues, with the aim of identifying models of good practice and the broader
Report:[awaiting copy of report]
Theme:intimidation


Title:Problem Solving in Community Conflict
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Clem McCartney
Staff:Clem McCartney
Institution:independentl researcher
Address:"Annaclone"
621 Seacoast Road
Benone
LIMAVADY
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Dates:Start: 1992 End: 1995
Description:An action research project to support community groups dealing with local issues related to the Northern Ireland conflict. The project will also examine the impact of this approach on the situation at local and wider levels. A network of four groups working on local conflict-related issues will be formed, based on mutual support and reflection. The activities of the groups will be recorded in detail and assessed using a range of methods.
Report:[awaiting copy of report]
Theme:conflict resolution


Title:Employment Equality
Funding:CCRU in-house
Contact:CCRU
Staff:na
Institution:Central Community Relations Unit
Address:20-24 Donegall Street

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F: 01232 544500
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Dates:Start: 1992 End: 1992
Description:Employment Equality Review, Research Report No.2. A Picture of the Catholic and Protestant Male Unemployed.
Report:A Picture of the Catholic and Protestant Male Unemployed. Employment Equality Review, Research Report No.2.
Murphy, A. & Armstrong, D. (1994). Belfast: CCRU.
Theme:employment


Title:Sectarian Interfaces
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Brendan Murtagh, UU
Staff:Brendan Murtagh
Institution:Department of Public Administration and Legal Studies
Address:University of Ulster
Shore Road
JORDANSTOWN
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Dates:Start: 1992 End: 1992
Description:The study attempted to understand the problems of sectarian interface areas in Belfast and explore long-term planning options for these areas within the context of community relations initiatives.
Report:Sectarian Interface Research in Belfast.
Murtagh, B. (1992). [Report to CCRU]
Theme:segregation


Title:The Transport Needs and Resources for Groups in Northern Ireland
Funding:CCRU, CRC Help the Aged DOENI, DANI Brownlow Comm
Contact:Will Glendinning, CRC, 6 Murray Street, BELFAST
Staff:Shannon Davey, Iain Todd researchers; Irvine Lavery supervisor
Institution:Transport Research Group
Address:University of Ulster
Shore Road
JORDANSTOWN
BT37 0QB
T: (01232) 439953
F: (01232) 235208
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Dates:Start: 1992 End: 1993
Description:This research focused on issues around the transport needs of community groups, including: 1. the development of an approach, usable by community groups, to auditing of transport issues; 2. identification of the transport needs and policy suggestions of community groups, including hidden group needs; 3. funding for community transport; 4. the loan or hire of vehicles run by statutory organisations such as Health and Social Services Boards, Education and Library Boards, District Councils, RUC Community Rel
Report:Transport Needs and Resources for Groups in Northern Ireland
Transport Research Group (1993), , Belfast: np, available from Community Relations Council.
Theme:transportation


Title:Policy Evaluation Programme: Community Relations in District Councils
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Colin Knox, UU
Staff:C. Knox, Joanne Hughes, Derek Birrell, Sam McCready
Institution:Dept. Public Administration & Legal Studies
Address:University of Ulster
Shore Road
JORDANSTOWN
BT37 0QB
T: (01232) 362667
F: (01232) 362805
E: edhd23@uk.ac.ulster.ujvax
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Dates:Start: 1992 End: 1993
Description:The purpose of this largely qualitative study was to evaluate the community relations programme initiated by the CCRU in district councils throughout Northern Ireland. The organisation of the programme was reviewed, primarily through six case studies, and an assessment made of the net impact on improving mutual understanding, perceptions, behaviour and cross-community contact.
Report:Community Relations and Local Government.
Knox, C., Hughes, J., Birrell, D. & McCready, S. (1994). Coleraine: Centre for the Study of Conflict.
Theme:evaluation


Title:Employment Equality Review
Funding:CCRU in-house
Contact:CCRU
Staff:na
Institution:Central Community Relations Unit
Address:20-24 Donegall Street

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Dates:Start: 1992 End: 1993
Description:Employment Equality Review, Research Report No.1. The results of a survey carried out by Market Research NI Ltd., into the experiences of employers of the Fair Employment legislation.
Report:The Fair Employment Legislation - Survey of Employers' Experiences. Employment Equality Review, Research Report No.1.
Market Research Northern Ireland Ltd., (1993). Belfast: CCRU.
Theme:employment


Title:Community Relations Research Strategy
Funding:CCRU in-house
Contact:CCRU
Staff:
Institution:Central Community Relations Unit
Address:20-24 Donegall Street

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T: 01232 520700
F: 01232 544500
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Dates:Start: 1992 End: 1992
Description:This report, 'Community Relations Research Strategy', forms the basis for CCRU decisions-making on funding applications.
Report:Community Relations Research Strategy.
n.a. (1995, 2nd ed.). Belfast: CCRU.
Theme:research


Title:Race Relations in Northern Ireland
Funding:CCRU in-house
Contact:CCRU
Staff:na
Institution:Central Community Relations Unit
Address:20-24 Donegall Street

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Dates:Start: 1992 End: 1992
Description:Consultative document which examined the scope for race relations legislation in Northern Ireland.
Report:Race Relations in Northern Ireland.
na (1992). Belfast: CCRU.
Theme:equality and equity


Title:Sport and Community Relations in Northern Ireland
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Seamus Dunn, CSC
Staff:John Sugden, Scott Harvie, Seamus Dunn, Valerie Morgan
Institution:Centre for the Study of Conflict (CSC)
Address:University of Ulster
Cromore Road
COLERAINE
BT52 1SA
T: (01265) 324666
F: (01265) 324917
E: mp.shortt@ulst.ac.uk
U: http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/csc
Dates:Start: 1993 End: 1994
Description:This report was prepared for the CCRU. A version of the report was published by the Centre for the Study of Conflict. The project looked in detail at the role of sport in the Northern Ireland community, especially with regard to community division and inter-community relations.
Report:Sport and Community Relaitons in Northern Ireland.
Sugden, J. & Harvie, S. (1994c). [Report to the CCRU]
Theme:sport


Title:The Corrymeela Community and its Programme Work
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Colin Fowler
Staff:Colin Fowler
Institution:Corrymeela Community
Address:Corrymella Centre

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Dates:Start: 1993 End: 1995
Description:An in-house evaluation of Corrymeelas programmes with young people, families and communities.
Report:The Corrymeela Community and its Programme Work, Part 2: A Summary of Leaders' and Participants' Feedback.
Fowler, C. (1995). Unpublished report.
Theme:evaluation


Title:Them and Us? A survey of Catholic and Protestant Churchgoers in Belfast
Funding:CCRU EC: ERDF
Contact:Fred Boal, QUB.
Staff:Fred Boal, Dr McKeane, Dr D.N. Livingstone, J. Gardiner, R. Daniel
Institution:School of Geosciences, & St Mary's College
Address:Queen's University of Belfast
Elmwood Avenue
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T: (01232) 245133 ext. 3361
F: (01232) 321280
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Dates:Start: 1993 End: 1994
Description:This project began with the realisation that the Protestant and Catholic communities in Northern Ireland are frequently depicted as two monolithic, opposing blocs. This high degree of typecasting fails to take seriously enough the real complexities of the two communities. The project involved an in-depth investigation of the "two traditions"; only in this way could the cultural diversity that actually exists in Northern Ireland be more fully appreciated.
Report:Them and Us? A survey of Catholic and Protestant Churchgoers in Belfast.
Boal, F., Keane, M.C. & Livingstone, D.N. (1996). [unpublished report to CCRU]
Theme:attitudes


Title:A Comparative study of Institutionalised Religion: Afrikaners and Northern Ireland Protestants
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Liz Fawcett
Staff:
Institution:University of Ulster ?
Address:



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Dates:Start: 1993 End: 1995
Description:A comparative study of institutionalised religion: among the Afrikaner community in South Africa and the Protestant community in Northern Ireland.
Report:'Love Thy Neighbour?': The Role of the Presbyterian Church in Northern Ireland and the 'White' Dutch Reformed Church in South Africa During a Period of Change - A Comparative Analysis.
Fawcett, L. (1994). [unpublished report to CCRU]
Theme:religion


Title:Protestant alienation in Northern Ireland
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Seamus Dunn, CSC
Staff:Seamus Dunn, Valerie Morgan
Institution:Centre for the Study of Conflict (CSC)
Address:University of Ulster
Cromore Road
COLERAINE
BT52 1SA
T: 01265) 324666
F: (01265) 324917
E: mp.shortt@ulst.ac.uk
U: http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/csc
Dates:Start: 1993 End: 1994
Description:A scoping exercise to identify issues which could inform a subsequent study into the nature of alienation among Protestants in Northern Ireland.
Report:Protestant Alienation in Northern Ireland, A Preliminary Survey.
Dunn, S. & Morgan, V. (1994), Coleraine: University of Ulster.
Theme:alienation


Title:The Corrymeela Community and its Programme Work
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Colin Fowler
Staff:Colin Fowler
Institution:Corrymeela Community
Address:Corrymella Centre

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Description:An in-house evaluation of Corrymeelas programmes with young people, families and communities.
Report:The Corrymeela Community and its Programme Work, Part 1: A Description.
Fowler, C. (1995). Unpublished report.
Theme:evaluation


Title:Attitudes Towards Community relations in Northern Ireland
Funding:CCRU ?
Contact:Bob Millar, QUB
Staff:Richard Breen (now in Florence)
Institution:Centre for Social Research (CSR)
Address:Queen's University of Belfast
105 Botanic Avenue
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BT7 1NN
T: (01232) 275975
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Dates:Start: 1993 End: 1993
Description:Secondary analysis of the Northern Ireland Social Attitudes databases for 1989 and 1991, aimed to assess the extent of differences between and among Catholics and Protestants in their attitude to community relations. The report was prepared for the Policy Planning and Research Unit, Department of Finance and Personnel.
Report:Attitudes Towards Community relations in Northern Ireland.
Breen, R. (1993). Unpublished report.
Theme:attitudes


Title:Sport and Community Relations in Northern Ireland
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Seamus Dunn, CSC
Staff:John Sugden, Scott Harvie, Seamus Dunn, Valerie Morgan
Institution:Centre for the Study of Conflict (CSC)
Address:University of Ulster
Cromore Road
COLERAINE
BT52 1SA
T: (01265) 324666
F: (01265) 324917
E: mp.shortt@ulst.ac.uk
U: http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/csc
Dates:Start: 1993 End: 1994
Description:This project looked in detail at the role of sport in the Northern Ireland community, especially with regard to community division and inter-community relations. The project centered around a number of case studies. This report was published by the Centre for the Study of Conflict.
Report:Sport and Community Relaitons in Northern Ireland
Sugden, J. & Harvie, S. (1995). Coleraine: University of Ulster.
Theme:sport


Title:Equality, contact and pluralism
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Richard Breen
Staff:
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Dates:Start: 1993 End: 1994
Description:Secondary analysis of the Northern Ireland Social Attitudes data bases for 1989, 1991 and 1993.
Report:[awaiting copy of report]
Theme:attitudes


Title:Mixed Marriages in Northern Ireland
Funding:CCRU, anonymouse funder from Ireland
Contact:Valerie Morgan, UU
Staff:Valerie Morgan, Grace Fraser
Institution:Centre for the Study of Conflict (CSC)
Address:University of Ulster
Cromore Road
COLERAINE
BT52 1SA
T: (01265) 324666
F: (01265) 324917
E: mp.shortt@ulst.ac.uk
U: http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/csc
Dates:Start: 1993 End: 1994
Description:This project sought to build on existing research about 'mixed' or inter-faith marriages in Northern Ireland. Although a marriage is a personal and private relationship all couples have to relate to influences external to their marriage. In Northern Ireland, this includes not only the world of family, neighbours, friends and colleagues but also the world of more formal institutions such as the churches, the education system and branches of government. Marrying across the two communities confounds, confuses
Report:Mixed Marriages in Northern Ireland.
Morgan, V., Smith, M., Robinson, G. & Fraser, G. (1996), Coleraine: University of Ulster.
Theme:marriage


Title:Community Relations and Outdoor Pursuits
Funding:CCRU
Contact:John Sugden, UU
Staff:F. Molloy; John Sugden
Institution:Department of Pre-Service Education
Address:University of Ulster
Shore Road
JORDANSTOWN
BT37 0QB
T: (08687) 25311 ext. 222
F: (08687) 22541
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Dates:Start: 1993 End: 1994
Description:This Master's thesis will research the usage and "success" of sports initiatives in community relations projects, with special reference to a scheme run by the Community Relations Officers of Dungannon District Council which places 12 local teenagers on an Outward Bound course in Wales. The work will include following up participants in the 1993 group and in subsequent years' groups.
Report:[awaiting copy of report]
Theme:community relations


Title:Community Relations: A Research Review
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Colin Knox, UU
Staff:C.Knox & J.Hughes
Institution:University of Ulster
Address:



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Dates:Start: 1994 End: 1994
Description:[duplicate entry?]
Report:Community Relations: A Research Review.
Knox, C. & J.Hughes (1994). [Report to CCRU]
Theme:evaluation


Title:Attitudes to Higher Education
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Tony Gallagher, QUB
Staff:Tony Gallagher, Bob Osborne & Bob Cormack
Institution:Centre for Research on Higher Education (UU and QUB)
Address:Queen's University of Belfast
University Road
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Dates:Start: 1994 End: 1996
Description:A qualitative study designed to examine the current patterns of participation in higher education among Protestant and Catholic young people in Northern Ireland and to suggest likely future patterns. (See separate entry for further information on the project.)
Report:Attitudes to Higher Education, Report to CCRU and DENI (Research Paper One, June 1996).
Gallagher, A., Osborne, R. & Cormack, R. (1996). Belfast: Centre for Research on Higher Education.
Theme:education


Title:Templegrove Action Research - Segregation in Derry
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Marie Smyth, UU
Staff:
Institution:Templegrove Action Research
Address:[contact address] Unit 14, North City Business Centre
2 Duncarin Gardens
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F: (01232) 742682
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Dates:Start: 1994 End: 1996
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project, and see separate entries for details of the associated reports.)
Report:Templegrove Action Research - Segregation in Derry - further information on the project
Theme:segregation


Title:Templegrove Action Research Limited (1994-1996)
Funding:CCRU, PSEP, Joseph Rowntree Trust, Ireland Fund, and Londonderry Initiative
Contact:Marie Smyth, UU
Staff:Marie Smyth, Moore, R., Collins, P., Duggan, D.
Institution:Templegrove Action Research Limited
Address:[contact address] Unit 14, North City Business Centre
2 Duncairn Gardens
BELFAST
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T: 01232 742682
F: 01232 742682
E: m.symth@ulst.ac.uk
U: http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/issues/segregat/temple/temple.htm
Dates:Start: 1994 End: 1996
Description:This was one of several reports from a project which conducted research to discover, and address, the experiences of people living in a city polarised by sectarian residential divisions and to explore strategies which arrest and/or redress the process of polarisation.
Report:Urban Regeneration and Sectarian Division (Prepared for public consultations with the Department of the Environment for Northern Ireland).
Smyth, M. (1996). Derry Londonderry: Templegrove Action Research Limited.
Theme:segregation


Title:Policy Appraisal and Fair Treatment Research
Funding:CCRU
Contact:CCRU
Staff:
Institution:Central Community Relations Unit (CCRU)
Address:20-24 Donegall Street

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Description:A set of administrative guidelines for the NIO and Northern Ireland departments to ensure that unecessary and unjustifiable discrimination against diverse social groups cannot take place.
Report:[see list of reports]
Theme:equality and equity


Title:Templegrove Action Research Limited (1994-1996)
Funding:CCRU, PSEP, Joseph Rowntree Trust, Ireland Fund, and Londonderry Initiative
Contact:Marie Smyth, UU
Staff:Marie Smyth, Moore, R., Collins, P., Duggan, D.
Institution:Templegrove Action Research Limited
Address:[contact address] Unit 14, North City Business Centre
2 Duncairn Gardens
BELFAST
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T: 01232 742682
F: 01232 742682
E: m.symth@ulst.ac.uk
U: http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/issues/segregat/temple/temple.htm
Dates:Start: 1994 End: 1996
Description:This was one of several reports from a project which conducted research to discover, and address, the experiences of people living in a city polarised by sectarian residential divisions and to explore strategies which arrest and/or redress the process of polarisation.
Report:A Public Hearing on Minority Experiences in Derry Londonderry.
Moore, R., Collins, P., Duggan, D. & Smyth, M. (1996). Derry Londonderry: Templegrove Action Research Limited.
Theme:segregation


Title:Community Relations Impact
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Colin Knox, UU
Staff:
Institution:
Address:



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Dates:Start: 1994 End: 1994
Description:Desk research which aimed to provide an evaluative overview of community relations programme using 31 evaluation reports on projects and other recipients of CCRU funding.
Report:[duplicate - ten wasted years?]
Theme:community relations


Title:Forum for Community Work Education Northern Ireland (FCWENI)
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Ann Pendleton, FCWENI
Staff:Lucinda Hanna
Institution:Forum for Community Work Education Northern Ireland (FCWENI)
Address:123 / 137 York Street

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Dates:Start: 1994 End: 1995
Description:A project designed to establish elements of good practice within the Forum for Community Work Education's programme.
Report:Forum for Community Work Education, Northern Ireland, Community Relations Programme.
Hanna, L. (1995). [Report to CCRU]
Theme:community work


Title:Education and Policy in a Religiously Mixed Area of Northern Ireland
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Seamus Dunn, CSC
Staff:Barbara McCabe
Institution:Centre for the Study of Conflict (CSC)
Address:University of Ulster
Cromore Road
COLERAINE
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T: (01265) 324666
F: (01265) 324917
E: mp.shortt@ulst.ac.uk
U: http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/csc
Dates:Start: 1994 End: 1997
Description:This project was the first M.Phil/D.Phil studentship to be based in the Centre for the Study of Conflict. It was been funded by the CCRU with the aim of supporting research in a field relevant to community relations in Northern Ireland. The research is intended to build on previous research conducted into community relations in a mixed residential area. The research focuses on education and looks at how a largely segregated system serves a mixed area and how education policy can impact on the religiously mi
Report:[report forthcoming]
Theme:education


Title:Templegrove Action Research Limited (1994-1996)
Funding:CCRU, PSEP, Joseph Rowntree Trust, Ireland Fund, and Londonderry Initiative
Contact:Marie Smyth, UU
Staff:Marie Smyth, Moore, R., Collins, P., Duggan, D.
Institution:Templegrove Action Research Limited
Address:[contact address] Unit 14, North City Business Centre
2 Duncairn Gardens
BELFAST
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T: 01232 742682
F: 01232 742682
E: m.symth@ulst.ac.uk
U: http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/issues/segregat/temple/temple.htm
Dates:Start: 1994 End: 1996
Description:This was one of several reports from a project which conducted research to discover, and address, the experiences of people living in a city polarised by sectarian residential divisions and to explore strategies which arrest and/or redress the process of polarisation.
Report:Life in Two Enclave Areas in Northern Ireland: A Field Survey in Derry Londonderry after the Ceasefires.
Collins, P., Moore, R., & Smyth, M. (1996). Derry Londonderry: Templegrove Action Research Limited.
Theme:segregation


Title:Templegrove Action Research Limited (1994-1996)
Funding:CCRU, PSEP, Joseph Rowntree Trust, Ireland Fund, and Londonderry Initiative
Contact:Marie Smyth, UU
Staff:Marie Smyth, Moore, R., Collins, P., Duggan, D.
Institution:Templegrove Action Research Limited
Address:[contact address] Unit 14, North City Business Centre
2 Duncairn Gardens
BELFAST
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T: 01232 742682
F: 01232 742682
E: m.symth@ulst.ac.uk
U: http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/issues/segregat/temple/temple.htm
Dates:Start: 1994 End: 1996
Description:This was one of several reports from a project which conducted research to discover, and address, the experiences of people living in a city polarised by sectarian residential divisions and to explore strategies which arrest and/or redress the process of polarisation.
Report:Policing and Sectarian Division in Derry Londonderry (Prepared for public consultations with the Police Authority for Northern Ireland).
Moore, R. (1996). Derry Londonderry: Templegrove Action Research Limited.
Theme:segregation


Title:Templegrove Action Research Limited (1994-1996)
Funding:CCRU, PSEP, Joseph Rowntree Trust, Ireland Fund, and Londonderry Initiative
Contact:Marie Smyth, UU
Staff:Marie Smyth, Moore, R., Collins, P., Duggan, D.
Institution:Templegrove Action Research Limited
Address:[contact address] Unit 14, North City Business Centre
2 Duncairn Gardens
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Dates:Start: 1994 End: 1996
Description:This was one of several reports from a project which conducted research to discover, and address, the experiences of people living in a city polarised by sectarian residential divisions and to explore strategies which arrest and/or redress the process of polarisation.
Report:Researching Sectarianism (paper presented at The Annual Conference of the Sociological Association of Ireland, 13 May 1995.
Smyth, M. & Moore, R. (1995). Derry Londonderry: Templegrove Action Research Limited.
Theme:segregation


Title:Templegrove Action Research Limited (1994-1996)
Funding:CCRU, PSEP, Joseph Rowntree Trust, Ireland Fund, and Londonderry Initiative
Contact:Marie Smyth, UU
Staff:Marie Smyth, Moore, R., Collins, P., Duggan, D.
Institution:Templegrove Action Research Limited
Address:[contact address] Unit 14, North City Business Centre
2 Duncairn Gardens
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Dates:Start: 1994 End: 1996
Description:This was one of several reports from a project which conducted research to discover, and address, the experiences of people living in a city polarised by sectarian residential divisions and to explore strategies which arrest and/or redress the process of polarisation.
Report:Borders within borders: material and ideological aspects of segregation (paper presented at The Annual Conference of the European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control, September 1995).
Smyth, M. (1995). Derry Londonderry: Templegrove Action Research Limited.
Theme:segregation


Title:Templegrove Action Research Limited (1994-1996)
Funding:CCRU, PSEP, Joseph Rowntree Trust, Ireland Fund, and Londonderry Initiative
Contact:Marie Smyth, UU
Staff:Marie Smyth, Moore, R., Collins, P., Duggan, D.
Institution:Templegrove Action Research Limited
Address:[contact address] Unit 14, North City Business Centre
2 Duncairn Gardens
BELFAST
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E: m.symth@ulst.ac.uk
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Dates:Start: 1994 End: 1996
Description:This was one of several reports from a project which conducted research to discover, and address, the experiences of people living in a city polarised by sectarian residential divisions and to explore strategies which arrest and/or redress the process of polarisation.
Report:A Report of a Series of Public Discussions on Aspects of Sectarian Division in Derry Londonderry, December 1994 - June 1995.
Moore, R. & Smyth, M. (1996). Derry Londonderry: Templegrove Action Research Limited.
Theme:segregation


Title:Employment Equality
Funding:CCRU in-house
Contact:CCRU
Staff:na
Institution:Central Community Relations Unit
Address:20-24 Donegall Street

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Dates:Start: 1994 End: 1994
Description:An Analysis of Community Differences in the Pilot Northern Ireland Secondary Education Leavers' Survey. Studies in Employment Equality,
Report:An Analysis of Community Differences in the Pilot Northern Ireland Secondary Education Leavers' Survey. Studies in Employment Equality, Research Report No.3.
Shuttleworth, I. (1994). Belfast: CCRU.
Theme:employment


Title:Templegrove Action Research Limited (1994-1996)
Funding:CCRU, PSEP, Joseph Rowntree Trust, Ireland Fund, and Londonderry Initiative
Contact:Marie Smyth, UU
Staff:Marie Smyth, Moore, R., Collins, P., Duggan, D.
Institution:Templegrove Action Research Limited
Address:[contact address] Unit 14, North City Business Centre
2 Duncairn Gardens
BELFAST
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F: 01232 742682
E: m.symth@ulst.ac.uk
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Dates:Start: 1994 End: 1996
Description:This was one of several reports from a project which conducted research to discover, and address, the experiences of people living in a city polarised by sectarian residential divisions and to explore strategies which arrest and/or redress the process of polarisation.
Report:Hemmed in and hacking it: life in two enclaves in Northern Ireland - words and images from The Fountain and Gobnascale.
Moore, R. & Smyth, M. (1996). Derry Londonderry: Templegrove Action Research Limited.
Theme:segregation


Title:"Responsibility Sharing" in Northern Ireland Local Government
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Colin Knox, UU
Staff:Colin Knox, Padraic Quirk
Institution:Centre for Research in Public Policy and Management
Address:School of Public Policy, Economics & Law
University of Ulster
JORDANSTOWN
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Dates:Start: 1994 End: 1994
Description:A study intended to examine the impact of "responsibilty sharing" on Local Government in Northern Ireland.
Report:"Responsibility Sharing" in Northern Ireland Local Government.
Knox, C. & Quirk, P. (1994). Jordanstown: UU.
Theme:power-sharing


Title:Templegrove Action Research Limited (1994-1996)
Funding:CCRU, PSEP, Joseph Rowntree Trust, Ireland Fund, and Londonderry Initiative
Contact:Marie Smyth, UU
Staff:Marie Smyth, Moore, R., Collins, P., Duggan, D.
Institution:Templegrove Action Research Limited
Address:[contact address] Unit 14, North City Business Centre
2 Duncairn Gardens
BELFAST
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T: 01232 742682
F: 01232 742682
E: m.symth@ulst.ac.uk
U: http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/issues/segregat/temple/temple.htm
Dates:Start: 1994 End: 1996
Description:This was one of several reports from a project which conducted research to discover, and address, the experiences of people living in a city polarised by sectarian residential divisions and to explore strategies which arrest and/or redress the process of polarisation.
Report:Sectarian Division and Area Planning: a commentary on "The Derry Area Plan 2011: Preliminary Proposals".
Smyth, M. (1995). Derry Londonderry: Templegrove Action Research Limited.
Theme:segregation


Title:Policy Appraisal and Fair Treatment, Annual Report 1994
Funding:CCRU in-house
Contact:CCRU
Staff:na
Institution:Central Community Relations Unit
Address:20-24 Donegall Street

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Dates:Start: 1994 End: 1995
Description:First annual report of the 'Policy Appraisal and Fair Treatment'.
Report:Policy Appraisal and Fair Treatment, Annual Report 1994
Central Community Relations Unit (1995). Belfast: CCRU.
Theme:equality and equity


Title:Electoral Behaviour in Northern Ireland
Funding:CCRU
Contact:
Staff:Colin Knox, Colin McIlheney, & Bob Osborne
Institution:Centre for Research in Public Policy and Mangement
Address:School of Public Policy, Economics & Law
University of Ulster
JORDANSTOWN
BT37 0QB
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Dates:Start: 1994 End: 1995
Description:An account of the 1993 local government election results in terms of candidates, manifestos, general political context and the results.
Report:Social and Economic Influences on Voting in Northern Ireland.
Knox, C., McIlheney, C. & Osborne, B. (1995). Jordanstown: UU.
Theme:elections


Title:Templegrove Action Research Limited (1994-1996)
Funding:CCRU, PSEP, Joseph Rowntree Trust, Ireland Fund, and Londonderry Initiative
Contact:Marie Smyth, UU
Staff:Marie Smyth, Moore, R., Collins, P., Duggan, D.
Institution:Templegrove Action Research Limited
Address:[contact address] Unit 14, North City Business Centre
2 Duncairn Gardens
BELFAST
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T: 01232 742682
F: 01232 742682
E: m.symth@ulst.ac.uk
U: http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/issues/segregat/temple/temple.htm
Dates:Start: 1994 End: 1996
Description:This was one of several reports from a project which conducted research to discover, and address, the experiences of people living in a city polarised by sectarian residential divisions and to explore strategies which arrest and/or redress the process of polarisation.
Report:Limitations on the Capacity for Citizenship in Post Cease-fires Northern Ireland (paper presented at the Eurpoean Observatory on Citizenship, November 1995).
Smyth, M. (1995). Derry Londonderry: Templegrove Action Research Limited.
Theme:segregation


Title:Attitudes to Higher Education
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Tony Gallagher, QUB
Staff:Tony Gallagher QUB, Bob Osborne UU, & Bob Cormack QUB
Institution:Centre for Research on Higher Education (UU and QUB)
Address:Queen's University of Belfast
University Road
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Dates:Start: 1994 End: 1996
Description:A qualitative study designed to examine the current patterns of participation in higher education among Protestant and Catholic young people in Northern Ireland and to suggest likely future patterns. (Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project, and see separate entry for details of the associated report.)
Report:Attitudes to Higher Education - further information on the project
Theme:education


Title:Dimensions in Social identity in Northern Ireland
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Karen Trew, QUB
Staff:Karen Trew, Cate Cox & Peter Ward
Institution:School of Psychology
Address:Queen's University of Belfast

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Dates:Start: 1994 End: 1996
Description:A survey which aimed to asses the nature and strength of self-reported socio-political identities among a sample of the Northern Ireland population and to explore the reasons for identity choice and establish personal characteristics and behavioural correlates of identity choices.
Report:Dimensions in Social identity in Northern Ireland.
Trew, K., Cox, C. & Ward, P. (1995).
Theme:identity


Title:Overview of Community Relations in Northern Ireland, An
Funding:CCRU ?
Contact:Colin Knox, UU
Staff:Colin Knox
Institution:School of Public Policy, Economics and Law
Address:University of Ulster
Shore Road
JORDANSTOWN
BT37 OQB
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Dates:Start: 1995 End: 1995
Description:This report describes the use of 'concept mapping' as an evaluation technique using the example of community relations programmes in Northern Ireland. The technique was used to devise a taxonomy of policy responses.
Report:Concept Mapping in Policy Evaluation: A Research Review of Community Relations in Northern Ireland.
Knox, C. (1995). Jordanstown: University of Ulster.
Theme:evaluation


Title:Intercommunity Attitudes in a Rural Interface
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Brendan Murtagh, UU
Staff:Brendan Murtagh
Institution:Housing Research Centre
Address:University of Ulster
Northland Road
DERRY
BT52 7JL
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Dates:Start: 1995 End: 1995
Description:A study of cultural difference and community life in rural areas of Northern Ireland.
Report:Community and Conflict in Rural Ulster. A Research Summary.
Murtagh, B. (1996). Belfast: Central Community Relations.
Theme:segregation


Title:Policy Appraisal and Fair Treatment
Funding:CCRU in-house
Contact:CCRU
Staff:na
Institution:Central Community Relations Unit
Address:20-24 Donegall Street

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Dates:Start: 1995 End: 1996
Description:This was the second annual report on 'Policy Appraisal and Fair Treatment'.
Report:Policy Appraisal and Fair Treatment, Annual Report 1995
na (1996). Beflast: CCRU.
Theme:equality and equity


Title:Correlates of Adult Cross-Community Contact in Northern Ireland
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Seamus Dunn, CSC
Staff:Seamus Dunn, Ed Cairns
Institution:Centre for the Study of Conflict (CSC)
Address:University of Ulster
Cromore Road
COLERAINE
BT52 1SA
T: (01265) 324666
F: (01265) 324917
E: mp.shortt@ulst.ac.uk
U: http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/csc
Dates:Start: 1995 End: 1995
Description:This project involved a econdary analysis of the NISAS datasets for 1989 and 1991 to test hypotheses that people who report with more positive attitudes towards cross-community contact will also report more cross community contact and that such contact would be related to more positive attitudes towards the other community.
Report:The Correlates of Adult Cross-Community Contact in Northern Ireland.
Cairns, E. & Dunn, S. (1995?). [unpublished report to CCRU].
Theme:attitudes


Title:Effects of the Peace Process on Research on Northern Ireland
Funding:CCRU European Regional Development Fund
Contact:Maurice Stringer, UU
Staff:Ian Cornish
Institution:School of Behavioural Sciences
Address:University of Ulster
Cromore Road
COLERAINE
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Dates:Start: 1995 End: 1997
Description:The project had two main aims, firstly to examine the impact of the Peace Process on the nature and type of research being carried out on Northern Ireland and secondly to update the Register of Research previously compiled by the Centre for the Study of Conflict in 1993. The faltering nature of the Peace Process over the grant period necessitated significant alterations to the scope of the first project and a concentration on successful completion of the second.
Report:Effects of the Peace Process on Research on Northern Ireland.
Stringer, M. & Cornish, I. (1997). [Report to CCRU]
Theme:research


Title:Facets of the Conflict
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Seamus Dunn, CSC
Staff:contributing authors
Institution:Centre for the Study of Conflict (CSC)
Address:University of Ulster
Cromore Road
COLERAINE
BT52 1SA
T: (01265) 324666
F: (01265) 324917
E: mp.shortt@ulst.ac.uk
U: http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/csc
Dates:Start: 1995 End: 1995
Description:An edited book of 16 chapters dealing with various aspects of the conflict in Northern Ireland
Report:Facets of the Conflict in Northern Ireland.
Dunn, S. (ed). (1991). UU: CSC.
Theme:research


Title:Policing a Divided Society
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Seamus Dunn, CSC
Staff:A.Hamilton, L.Moore, & T.Trimble
Institution:Centre for the Study of Conflict (CSC)
Address:University of Ulster
Cromore Road
COLERAINE
BT52 1SA
T: (01265) 324666
F: (01265) 324917
E: mp.shortt@ulst.ac.uk
U: http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/csc
Dates:Start: 1995 End: 1995
Description:Policing a divided society.
Report:Policing a Divided Society.
Hamilton, A, Moore, L. & Trimble, T. (1995). UU: CSC.
Theme:policing


Title:Building the Peace
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Mari Fitzduff, INCORE
Staff:John Lampen
Institution:Community Relations Council (CRC)
Address:
6 Murray Street
BELFAST
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F: (01232) 235208
E: info@community-relations.org.uk
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Dates:Start: 1995 End: 1995
Description:[awaiting copy of report]
Report:Building the Peace.
Lampen, L. (1995). Belfast: CRC.
Theme:community relations


Title:Women's Ways - Women in a Precarious Peace
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Grainne McCoy
Staff:Grainne McCoy
Institution:Women in Conflict Trust, The Urban Institute
Address:Scottish Provident Buildings, 3rd Floor
7 Donegall Square West
BELFAST
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Dates:Start: 1995 End: 1995
Description:[awaiting copy of report]
Report:Women in a Precarious Peace: the role of women's organisations working in post-conflict situations
Theme:women


Title:Speak Your Piece: Teaching Controversial Issues - A media based approach
Funding:CCRU PSEP
Contact:Alan Smith, UU
Staff:Alan McCully, Marian O'Doherty, Paul Smyth
Institution:Speak your Piece
Address:School of Education, University of Ulster
Cromore Road
COLERAINE
BT52 1SA
T: (01265) 324202
F: (01265) 324918
E: syp@ulst.ac.uk
U: http://www.shsj.ulst.ac.uk/syp.html
Dates:Start: 1995 End: 1999
Description:(Follow the link below to obtain further information on the project.)
Report:Teaching Controversial Issues: A media based approach - further information on the project
Theme:education


Title:Future Ways
Funding:CCRU Understanding Conflict Trust
Contact:Derick Wilson, UU
Staff:Derick Wilson, Duncan Morrow, Karin Eyben.
Institution:Future Ways Programme, The
Address:University of Ulster
Cromore Road
COLERAINE
BT52 1SA
T: (01265) 324550
F: (01265) 324904
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Dates:Start: 1995 End: 1998
Description:A project which looks at the need for a more sustained and strategic approach to community relations training for those whose work and lives brings them into immediate contact with community divisions.
Report:A Worthwhile Venture? Practically Investing in Equity, Diversity and Independence in Northern Ireland.
Eyben, K., Morrow, D. & Wilson, D. (1997). Coleraine: UU.
Theme:equality and equity


Title:Beyond sectarianism
Funding:CCRU
Contact:John Brewer, QUB
Staff:
Institution:
Address:



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Dates:Start: 1995 End: 1995
Description:A project designed to explore religious, ethical and structural factors which inhibit or encourage positive inter-church and cross-community relationships in Northern Ireland.
Report:[duplicate?]
Theme:community relations


Title:An Evolving Role for Community Relations Officers
Funding:CCRU CRC
Contact:Colin Knox, UU
Staff:Colin Knox, Joanne Hughes
Institution:School of Public Policy, Economics & Law
Address:University of Ulster
Shore Road
JORDANSTOWN
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Dates:Start: 1995 End: 1995
Description:A study of the role of Community Relations Officers in local government which suggests ways in which councils could maximise their potential within a changing political milieu.
Report:An Evolving Role for Community Relations Officers: A Preliminary Study.
Knox, C. & Hughes, J. (1996). Unpublished report.
Theme:community relations


Title:Ethnic minorities in Northern Ireland
Funding:CCRU, PPRU
Contact:Seamus Dunn, CSC
Staff:Greg Irwin, Seamus Dunn
Institution:Centre for the Study of Conflict (CSC)
Address:University of Ulster
Cromore Road
COLERAINE
BT52 1SA
T: (01265) 324666
F: (01265) 324917
E: mp.shortt@ulst.ac.uk
U: http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/csc
Dates:Start: 1995 End: 1996
Description:This projecte involved the establishment of population estimates and social profiles of ethnic minority groups in Northern Ireland and an exploration of minority groups' views on issues of access to services and experience of racism.
Report:Ethnic minorities in Northern Ireland.
Irwin, G. & Dunn, S. (1997), Coleraine: University of Ulster.
Theme:ethnic minority


Title:An examination of alienation in Northern Ireland
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Seamus Dunn, CSC
Staff:Tom Hennesey & Seamus Dunn
Institution:Centre for the Study of Conflict (CSC)
Address:University of Ulster
Cromore Road
COLERAINE
BT52 1SA
T: (01265) 324666
F: (01265) 324917
E: mp.shortt@ulst.ac.uk
U: http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/csc
Dates:Start: 1995 End: 1995
Description:A project that aims to develop a conceptual analysis of 'alienation' using both historical and comparative perspectives and to back these up with qualitative studies of the views and attitudes Catholics and Protestants taking into account regional and socio-economic differences.
Report:[awaiting copy of report]
Theme:alienation


Title:The Roots of Sectarianism: Anti-Catholicism in Northern Ireland
Funding:CCRU
Contact:John Brewer, QUB
Staff:John D. Brewer & Gareth I. Higgins
Institution:Department of Sociology and Social Policy
Address:Queen's University of Belfast

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Dates:Start: 1996 End: 1996
Description:A study of the deterministic belief system that underpins anti-Catholicism in Northern Ireland and its assumed Scriptural basis.
Report:The Roots of Sectarianism: Anti-Catholicism in Northern Ireland.
Brewer, J.D. & Higgins, G.I. (1997). Belfast: QUB.
Theme:sectarianism


Title:Overview of Community Relations in Northern Ireland, An
Funding:CCRU ?
Contact:Joanne Hughes, UU
Staff:Joanne Hughes, Colin Knox
Institution:School of Public Policy, Economics and Law
Address:University of Ulster
Shore Road
JORDANSTOWN
BT37 OQB
T: (01232) 368896
F: (01232) 362805
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Dates:Start: 1996 End: 1997
Description:This paper has four main aims. 1, to consider the body of theoretical literature on inter-personal and inter-group contact and the concomitant principles of good practice which have emerged from it. 2, to highlight the emergence and role of CCRU within the context of the UK Government approach to community relations in NI. 3, to categorise the broad range of projects supported by CCRU and subject them to a "matching" exercise wherein their relative contribution to effective contact is assessed according to
Report:Ten Years Wasted Effort? - An Overview of Community Relations in Northern Ireland.
Hughes, J. & Knox, C. (1997). Jordanstown: University of Ulster.
Theme:evaluation


Title:Baseline study of the Special Support Programme for Peace and Reconciliation in Northern Ireland and the border counties of Ireland.
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Colin Stutt
Staff:
Institution:Colin Stutt Consulting
Address:
47 Crawsfordburn Road
NEWTOWNARDS

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F: (01247) 823938
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Dates:Start: 1996 End: 1996
Description:The setting of baseline data against which to measure the impact of a special EU programme designed to promote the social inclusion of people at the margins of social and economic life and to exploit the opportunities and address the needs arising from the peace process.
Report:Baseline study of the Special Support Programme for Peace and Reconciliation in Northern Ireland and the border counties of Ireland.
Stutt, C. (1996). [unpublished report to CCRU]
Theme:evaluation


Title:Endlessly Marching - Parades in Northern Ireland
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Neil Jarman, QUB
Staff:
Institution:Department of Anthropology
Address:Queen's University of Belfast

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Dates:Start: 1996 End: 1997
Description:A project to generate a data-picture of the extent and range of parading and the creation of a typology of parades.
Report:Material Conflicts: Parades and Visual Displays in Northern Ireland.
Jarman, N. (1997). Oxford: Berg Publishers.
Theme:cultural traditions


Title:Facing the Past: The Role of Truth Commissions in Post-Conflict Societies
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Seamus Dunn, CSC
Staff:Ed Cairns, Seamus Dunn, Brandon Hamber
Institution:Centre for the Study of Conflict (CSC)
Address:University of Ulster
Cromore Road
COLERAINE
BT52 1SA
T: 01265) 324666
F: (01265) 324917
E: mp.shortt@ulst.ac.uk
U: http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/csc
Dates:Start: 1996 End: 1996
Description:A study. to examine ways in which other countries have approached the task of setting up and using truth commissions.
Report:Facing the Past: The Role of Truth Commissions in Post-Conflict Societies.
Cairns, E., Dunn, S., Hamber, B., & Simpson, G. (1997). Unpublished report.
Theme:reconciliation


Title:Employment Equality
Funding:CCRU
Contact:CCRU
Staff:na
Institution:Central Community Relations Unit
Address:20-24 Donegall Street

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Dates:Start: 1996 End: 1996
Description:Evaluation of the Ratio of Unemployment Rates as an Indicator of Fair Employment. Studies in Employment Equality, Research Report No.4.
Report:Evaluation of the Ratio of Unemployment Rates as an Indicator of Fair Employment. Studies in Employment Equality, Research Report No.4.
Gudgin, G. & Breen, R. (1996), Belfast: CCRU.
Theme:employment


Title:How Conflicts are Commemorated in Northern Ireland
Funding:CCRU ?
Contact:Jane Leonard
Staff:
Institution:Institute of Irish Studies
Address:Queen's University of Belfast

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Dates:Start: 1996 End: 1997
Description:This report looks at how the fatalities of the 20th century have been commemorated in Northern Ireland. Three principal conflicts were considered: the Great War, 1914-1918, the period of conflict in Ireland between 1912 and 1922, and the conflict in Northern Ireland since 1969.
Report:How Conflicts are Commemorated in Northern Ireland.
Leonard, J. (1997). [Report to CCRU]
Theme:cultural traditions


Title:Employment Equality
Funding:CCRU
Contact:CCRU
Staff:na
Institution:Central Community Relations Unit
Address:20-24 Donegall Street

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Dates:Start: 1996 End: 1996
Description:A Picture of the Catholic and Protestant Female Labour Force and Unemployed in Northern Ireland. Studies in Employment Equality, Research Report No.5.
Report:A Picture of the Catholic and Protestant Female Labour Force and Unemployed in Northern Ireland. Studies in Employment Equality, Research Report No.5.
Murphy, A. (1996), Belfast: CCRU.
Theme:employment


Title:Parades in Northern Ireland - Coming to Terms with the Problem
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Seamus Dunn, CSC
Staff:Neil Jarman, Dominic Bryan
Institution:Centre for the Study of Conflict (CSC)
Address:University of Ulster
Cromore Road
COLERAINE
BT52 1SA
T: (01265) 324666
F: (01232) 324917
E: mp.shortt@ulst.ac.uk
U: http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/csc
Dates:Start: 1996 End: 1996
Description:A study of the 1996 marching season to monitor resolution attempts and to analyse the implementation of mediation strategies during the 1996/1997 parades.
Report:Parade and Protest: A Discussion of Parading Disputes in Northern Ireland.
Jarman, N. & Bryan, D. (1996), Coleraine: University of Ulster.
Theme:cultural traditions


Title:With All Due Respect: Pluralism and Parity of Esteem
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Democratic Dialogue
Staff:
Institution:Democratic Dialogue
Address:5 University Street

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Dates:Start: 1996 End: 1996
Description:A study of international theory and local views on pluralism and parity of esteem in order to generate practical conclusions.
Report:With All Due Respect: Pluralism and Parity of Esteem.
na (nd, 1996?). Democratic Dialogue No.7.
Theme:pluralism


Title:Conflict commemoration in 20th century Northern Ireland
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Brian Walker, QUB
Staff:Jane Leonard & Brian Walker
Institution:Institute of Irish Studies
Address:Queen's University of Belfast

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Description:Investigates how the paramilitary cease-fires of 1994 and subsequent moves towards a political settlement in Northern Ireland have affected commemorative practices. The research will draw attention to historical precedents and aims to inform the quest for forms of commemorating the 1969-1984 conflict which can transcend communal and territorial boundaries.
Report:Conflict commemoration in 20th century Northern Ireland.
Leonard, J. & Walker, B. (1996 ?). Belfast: QUB ?
Theme:cultural traditions


Title:Policy Appraisal and Fair Treatment, Annual Report 1995
Funding:CCRU in-house
Contact:CCRU
Staff:na
Institution:Central Community Relations Unit
Address:20-24 Donegall Street

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Dates:Start: 1996 End: 1997
Description:This was the third annual report on 'Policy Appraisal and Fair Treatment'.
Report:Policy Appraisal and Fair Treatment, Annual Report 1996
na (1997). Belfast: CCRU.
Theme:equality and equity


Title:Education for Mutual Understanding: The Initial Statutory Years
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Seamus Dunn, CSC
Staff:na
Institution:Centre for the Study of Conflict (CSC)
Address:University of Ulster
Cromore Road
COLERAINE
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T: (01265) 324666
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E: mp.shortt@ulst.ac.uk
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Dates:Start: 1996 End: 1996
Description:Education for Mutual Understanding.
Report:Education for Mutual Understanding: The Initial Statutory Years.
Smith, A. & Robinson, A. (1996). UU: CSC.
Theme:education


Title:Pathways project
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Jean Whyte, TCD
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Description:This project is a longitudinal study of two cohorts of young people from East and West Belfast which aims to obtain information on the pathways followed by them and the opportunities and influences which impinged on those pathways.
Report:[awaiting copy of report]
Theme:opportunity


Title:The cost of the troubles
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Marie Smyth, UU
Staff:Marie Fay, Mike Morrissey, Marie Smyth
Institution:Cost of the Troubles Study, The
Address:Unit 14, North City Business Centre
2 Duncairn Gardens
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Dates:Start: 1997 End: 1998
Description:A comprehensive study of the costs of 30 years of violence includes a mapping exercise which will attach a number of variables, including several indicative of deprivation, one assigning religious composition of inhabitants and a violence variable to all electoral wards in Northern Ireland using an index of violent deaths associated with the Northern Ireland conflict.
Report:Mapping Troubles-Related Deaths in Northern Ireland, 1969-1994.
Fay, M., Morrissey, M. & Smyth, M. (1997). Belfast: INCORE.
Theme:violence


Title:Project Directory of Community Relations
Funding:CCRU in-house
Contact:CCRU
Staff:Fiona Bloomer, Jill Brown, Julie Foster
Institution:Central Community Relations Unit
Address:20-24 Donegall Street

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Dates:Start: 1997 End: 1997
Description:A directory which contains a listing of all those projects which were funded during 1994 to mid 1997 under the Community Relations Measure of the Physical and Social Environment Sub-Programme (PSEP II).
Report:Project Directory: Telling the story of community relations and the role of Europe.
Bloomer, F., Brown, J. & Foster, J. (1997). Belfast: CCRU.
Theme:community relations


Title:The Emotional Aspects of Intergroup Interaction
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Seamus Dunn, CSC
Staff:Jean Craig
Institution:Centre for the Study of Conflict (CSC)
Address:University of Ulster
Cromore Road
COLERAINE
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T: (01265) 324666
F: (01265) 324917
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Dates:Start: 1997 End: 1998
Description:This is a three part study of the role played by anxiety in successful intergroup interactions. It involves a survey of first-year students at Further and Higher Education Colleges across Northern Ireland. The survey investigates their degree of association with people of a different religion to their own, their willingness to stereotype others and their projected fear at being involved with others in various specified situations.
Report:[report forthcoming]
Theme:community relations


Title:Community Attitudes Survey
Funding:CCRU ?
Contact:Northern Ireland Statistics & Research Agency
Staff:Kevin Sweeny, ?
Institution:Northern Ireland Statistics & Research Agency (NISRA), Central Survey Unit.
Address:The Arches Centre
11-13 Bloomfield Avenue
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Dates:Start: 1997 End: 1997
Description:A continuous survey of public attitudes and views on crime, law and order, policing and security issues. The survey is carried out by theNorthern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (NISRA). In 1997 the NISRA published the fourth report of the Continuous Attitudes Survey.
Report:Community Attitudes Survey, Fourth Report. NISRA Occasional Paper No.7.
Northern Ireland Statistics & Research Agency (1997). Belfast: NISRA.
Theme:attitudes


Title:Politics in Public: Freedom of Assembly and the Right to Protest
Funding:CCRU, CRC
Contact:Dominic Bryan, CSC
Staff:Neil Jaman, Dominic Bryan, Nathalie Caleyron, Ciro de Rosa
Institution:Centre for the Study of Conflict (CSC)
Address:University of Ulster
Cromore Road
COLERAINE
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T: 01265) 324666
F: (01265) 324917
E: mp.shortt@ulst.ac.uk
U: http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/csc
Dates:Start: 1997 End: 1998
Description:An international comparative analysis of how various countries handle parades and marches, and how they resolve disputes.
Report:Politics in Public: Freedom of Assembly and the Right to Protest, A Comparative Analysis.
Jaman, N. Bryan, D., Caleyron, N., & de Rosa, C. (1998). Belfast: Democratic Dialogue.
Theme:parades


Title:Ireland's Scholar Athlete Games
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Seamus Dunn, CSC
Staff:na
Institution:Centre for the Study of Conflict (CSC)
Address:University of Ulster
Cromore Road
COLERAINE
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T: (01265) 324666
F: (01265) 324917
E: mp.shortt@ulst.ac.uk
U: http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/csc
Dates:Start: 1997 End: 1997
Description:[awaiting copy of report]
Report:Ireland's Scholar Athlete Games: An Evaluation Study.
na. (1997). UU: CSC.
Theme:evaluation


Title:Evaluation of the Community Relations Council
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Dennis McCoy, CCRU
Staff:
Institution:Capital Management Consultants
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Description:The report of an evaluation of the Community Relations Council.
Report:Evaluation of the Community Relations Council.
Capital Management Consultants (1997). Belfast: CCRU.
Theme:evaluation


Title:Evaluation of the Northern Ireland District Councils' Community Relations Programme
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Dennis McCoy, CCRU
Staff:
Institution:Capita Management Consultants
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Description:The report of the evaluations of the Northern Ireland District Councils' Community Relations Programme. [awaiting a copy of the report]
Report:Evaluation of the Northern Ireland District Councils' Community Relations Programme
Capita Management Consultants (1997). [Report to CCRU]
Theme:evaluation


Title:Evaluation of the Anti-Intimidation Support Unit
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Dennis McCoy, CCRU
Staff:
Institution:Sperrin Management Consultants
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Description:[awaiting a copy of the report]
Report:Evaluation of the Anti-Intimidation Support Unit
Sperrin Management Consultants (1997). [Report to CCRU]
Theme:evaluation


Title:Politics in Public: Freedom of Assembly and the Right to Protest, A Comparative Analysis
Funding:CCRU CRC
Contact:Neil Jarman, UU
Staff:Neil Jarman, Dominic Bryan, Nathalie Caleyron, Ciro De Rosa
Institution:Centre for the Study of Conflict (CSC)
Address:University of Ulster
Cromore Road
COLERAINE
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T: (01265) 324666
F: (01232) 324917
E: mp.shortt@ulst.ac.uk
U: http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/csc
Dates:Start: 1997 End: 1998
Description:This project looked at the issue of parading in Northern Ireland. It tried to extend the debate by examining how freedom of assembly and the right to demonstrate is addressed in England, Scotland, Ireland, France, Italy, USA, Canada, Israel, and South Africa.
Report:Politics in Public: Freedom of Assembly and the Right to Protest, A Comparative Analysis
Jarman, N., Bryan, D., Caleyron, N. & DeRosa, C. (1998), Coleraine: University of Ulster.
Theme:cultural traditions


Title:Targeting Social Need
Funding:CCRU
Contact:CCRU
Staff:na
Institution:Central Community Relations Unit
Address:20-24 Donegall Street

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Dates:Start: 1998 End: 1998
Description:The report 'New TSN' provides details of the government's new initiative in the area of social need.
Report:NewTSN, An Agenda for Targeting Social Need and Promoting Social Inclusion in Northern Ireland.
CCRU. (1998), Belfast: CCRU.
Theme:equality and equity


Title:CCRU Internet Site Development Project
Funding:CCRU
Contact:Martin Melaugh, UU
Staff:Martin Melaugh
Institution:INCORE
Address:Aberyfoyle House
Northland Road
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T: (01504) 375517
F: (01504) 375510
E: martin@incore.ulst.ac.uk
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Dates:Start: 1998 End: 1999
Description:The aim of this project is to develop an Internet site on behalf of the CCRU. The site will provide information about the work of the CCRU. The site also aims to increase the awareness, and availability, of research reports commissioned by the CCRU. 25 per cent of the funding for the project is being made to support work on the existing CAIN archive of information on the Northern Ireland conflict.
Report:[CCRU Internet Site; Under Development]
Theme:research

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