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Abstracts on Organisations That Were Prominent During 'the Troubles'



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Compiled: Martin Melaugh ... Additional Material: Brendan Lynn and Fionnuala McKenna
Material is added to this site on a regular basis - information on this page may change

initial letter of the name of the organisation
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

The above links contain (DRAFT) abstracts on organisations that are mentioned in the CAIN Web site or which the reader may come across in the course of researching Northern Ireland. These pages provide a brief abstract with basic information on each organisation listed. There are links to those organisations which have a web site and also links to documents on the CAIN site which have been published by particular organisations.

Anyone who is a member of any organisation not listed, or any organisation listed but who would like to see further information provided on their particular organisation, should contact CAIN.


Notes:
(xx)     Indicates that an entry is being prepared.
(?)     Information is a best estimate while awaiting an update.
(??)     Information is doubtful and is awaiting an update.
[Main Entry]     Indicates that a longer separate entry is planned in the future.

For related and background information see also:

  • The list of acronyms associated with 'the Troubles'.
  • The glossary of terms related to the conflict.
  • The biographies of people who were prominent during 'the Troubles'.
  • The chronology of the conflict.

Sources:
The information in the abstracts has been compiled from numerous primary and secondary sources. The best general sources for additional information are:

 


CAIN contains information and source material on the conflict and politics in Northern Ireland.
CAIN is based within the University of Ulster.


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