We Need To Talk About Sectarianism, Again – By Roy Fisher

    The sectarian displacement of four families from Cantrell Close has rightly been given significant attention by politicians and the media. While the condemnation of intimidation, along with support for the families, is to be expected and welcomed, the discussion around it has presented various examples of bias. I’ve previously conducted academically accredited research,…

Why did Arlene Foster and Michelle O’Neill forfeit golden opportunity to showcase Northern Ireland? – By Glenn Bradly

    I’m in business, the hard nosed commercial world, where, project delivery is key. In the business world if we don’t deliver for the health of the business then we don’t earn salary, benefit or rewards. In business we are about good corporate governance, conflict deconstruct, capacity building with all stakeholders, creating end to…

Tumble Dryer Politics – By Bob Collins

  (Address given at the BIA Cambridge) These observations are but that – observations from one who has been a part of the life of Northern Ireland for twelve years. They make no claim to being definitive but they convey a sense of feeling about how matters stand. From my earliest days in Belfast, I identified…