Sinn Féin
You can find many items relating to Bobby Sands and the hunger strikes available online

An Phoblacht
Online and quarterly published newspaper covering the republican struggle

Coiste na n-Iarchimí
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.

Blanketmen/women 76-81 –

Following the death of former H-Block blanket man Seány McVeigh in June 2016, his brother Michael set up a Facebook page titled Blanketmen. It was Michael’s way of honouring his brother and bringing into focus for people a part of the lives of ex-prisoners – especially those men on the blanket protest in Long Kesh and the women in Armagh – that lay hidden.

Tar Anall

Tar Anall provides a range of support to republican ex-prisoners and their families.  It promotes an ethos of self-help, personal achievement and self-empowerment.

Pat Finucane Centre

The Pat Finucane 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.

CAIN Project
This site contains information and source material on the conflict and politics in the north of Ireland from 1968 to the present. Link here for the hunger strike –

The Andersonstown News, Belfast’s biggest-selling weekly newspaper.

The Museum of Free Derry/Bloody
A Derry-based history and educational project:

Relatives for
Established in 1991 by relatives of people killed in the conflict Relatives for Justice is an Irish based human rights NGO providing holistic support services to the bereaved and injured of the conflict.