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Sharing Northern Ireland lessons of peace with Colombia

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110517DR2 001 webOn 12th May 2017, the International Fund for Ireland a number of supported projects were pleased to share their experiences and models of peacebuilding with a delegation from Colombia. Hosted by INCORE at Ulster University, the vent highlighted the Fund’s objectives, strategic approach, continued development, risk-taking for peace, practical achievements and current role in peacebuilding. During this event, Prof Brandon Hamber also reflected on the role of John Hume and Thomas P. O'Neill Chair in Peace and offered an academic perspective on peace building work in Northern Ireland.

Dr Adrian Johnston (right), Chairman of the International Fund for Ireland, is pictured with Colombian delegates, coordinators from Fund supported projects and representatives from Ulster University.