Pat Finucane Centre – www.serve.com/pfc
The Pat Finucane Centre is based in Derry, Ireland. The Centre advocates human rights and encourages political development and social change in Ireland. The centre promotes a nonviolent ethos and actively works to build alliances with groups and individuals within the radical and progressive wings of Irish politics.
Lark Spirit – http://larkspirit.com/hungerstrikes
Lark Spirit is a history of the prison struggle in Ireland, with extensive coverage of the hunger strike.
CAIN Project – http://cain.ulst.ac.uk
This site contains information and source material on the conflict and politics in the north of Ireland from 1968 to the present.
An Phoblacht – www.anphoblacht.com
Ireland’s biggest selling political weekly newspaper
Andersonstown News – www.belfastmedia.com
The Andersonstown News, Belfast’s biggest-selling weekly newspaper.
Sinn Féin Bookshop – www.sinnfeinbookshop.com
You can find many items relating to Bobby Sands and the Hunger Strikes available online
Conway Mill – www.conwaymill.org
Conway Mill Development Group was established in 1982 to work for the regeneration of West Belfast for the benefit of the community.
The Bloody Sunday Trust – www.bloodysundaytrust.org
A Derry-based history and educational project:
Remembering Bloody Sunday – www.larkspirit.com/bloodysunday
Providing history, news and analysis on Bloody Sunday:
Coiste na n-Iarchimí – www.coiste.ie
is the umbrella organisation co-ordinating groups and individuals working for the social, economic and emotional well-being of republican ex-prisoners, displaced persons and former activists and their families.
Coiste Political Tours – www.coiste.ie/p_tours.htm
A vibrant Political Tourism Initiative hosting many education groups and individuals from around the world over a number of years.
South Armagh Political Tours – www.southarmaghpoliticaltours.com
This project has been established by Cumann na Meirleach; the support organisation for Republican political ex-prisoners in the South Armagh/Newry region.
Relatives for Justice – www.relativesforjustice.com
Belfast-based organisation working with the families of the victims of state violence and collusion:
An Fhirinne – www.anfhirinne.org
An Fhirinne, Irish for The Truth, is a campaign group made up of the relatives and friends of the hundreds of Catholics, Nationalists and Republicans, who have been murdered by Unionist death squads over the past thirty years with the knowledge and active assistance of the British Government.
An Fhirinne 26 – www.anfhirinne26.com
This campaign group highlights collusion and its victims in the 26 Counties. It is made up of the relatives and friends of of Catholics, Nationalists and Republicans, who have been murdered by Unionist death squads in the 26 Counties over the past thirty years with the knowledge and active assistance of the British Government.
Justice for the Forgotten – www.dublinmonaghanbombings.org
Website of the group campaigning on behalf of the families of those killed in the Dublin and Monaghan bomb attacks in 1974
Restorative Justice – www.restorativejusticeireland.org
An organisation which is actively promoting and organising community-based justice schemes
Roinn An Chultúir – www.roinnanchultuir.ie
Irish language and culture site
Search.ie – www.search.ie
Searchable directory of Irish links
Irish Northern Aid Committee – www.inac.org
The Irish Northern Aid Committee helps the families of political prisoners in the north of Ireland, and works for a united Ireland
Troops Out Movement – www.troopsoutmovement.com
A campaigning organisation committed to assisting the Irish people in bringing an end to British rule in the ‘Northern Ireland’ statelet and thus re-uniting Ireland.
British-Irish Rights Watch – www.birw.org
British-based organisation, monitoring justice issues in British-Irish relations:
Wolfe Tone Society – www.wolfetone.org.uk
An Irish republican support group based in London which campaigns for British withdrawal from the six occupied counties of the north of Ireland