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Local International Learning Project

National Peace Campaign Study Tour in N.Ireland
in collaboration with INCORE,
University of Ulster

January 2004


Day 1 Saturday 17th Jan


Day 2 Sun 18th Jan Setting the scene

Morning: Introductions, expectations, programme overview

Afternoon: Dr Billy Leonard, INCORE
Presentation and Q&A: History and context of Northern Irish Conflict

Day 3 Monday 19th Jan: Cease-fires, obstacles to negotiations and trust


  • Sinn Féin - Raymond McCartney
  • Ulster Political Research Group - David Nicholl
  • Social Democratic & Labour Party - Sean Farren
  • Ulster Unionist Party - Michael Copeland
  • Democratic Unionist Party - Mildred Garfield

Afternoon: Small group work: Reflection and application of insights gained for Nepal

1600 John Hume

Day 4 Tuesday 20th Jan: Participative democracy and civil society

  • 1000 Ms Inez McCormack - Head of UNISON
    Brian Doherty - Civic Forum representative
  • 1130 Eamonn Deane - Holywell Trust
    PM Decommissioning
  • 1500 Prof Tom Fraser - Provost, Magee Campus, University of Ulster
    2 community representatives

Day 5 Wednesday 21st Jan: Northern Ireland Today

Visit to Stormont

Day 6 Thursday 22nd Jan: Creating channels and informal dialogue

  • 1000: Steve Williams - INCORE
      • Dennis Bradley - Vice Chairman, NI Policing Board
      • Alan Smyth - Northern Ireland Office
  • Afternoon: Small Groups: Reflection and application of the morning’s information to Nepal
  • Evening: Last night dinner with INCORE staff, Prof Tom Fraser and Tip O’Neill Chair in Peace Studies Prof. John Hume

Day 7 Friday 23 Jan: Lessons for Nepal

Morning: Summing up what has been learned and what can be applied, reviewing the tour, discussing future activities.
Afternoon: Departure for Nepal

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