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TTT NI UK

Troubles, Tragedy & Trauma Northern Ireland, UK

Healing the past for a better future

Charity No. 1203642

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About

ABOUT

Troubles, Tragedy & Trauma, Northern Ireland, UK

TTT - Troubles, Tragedy & Trauma was established in 2016. The project was founded by Michael O'Hare. Michael’s Sister, Majella was killed in 1976 when she was just 12 years old. TTTNIUK aims to highlight legacy issues with regards to the troubles in Northern Ireland, encourage reconciliation and promote positive mental wellbeing for those affected by the troubles. 

TTTNIUK Part 11

Meet The Team and Panel Event

 

Join us in the two-part event on 21 June 2024 from 6.00pm.

Meet the Team including pyscoanaylst Peter Finn - 6.00pm-7.00pm

Panel event from 7.15pm-9.00pm

Kathy McHale on the loss of her brothers John Martin, Brian and Anthony, who were murdered in1976 at Whitecross, County Armagh.

Laura Burns on the loss of her Father, Robert Burns in Derriaghy outside Belfast in1989.

 

Venue: London Irish Centre, 50-52 Camden Square London NW1 9XB

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Our Past Events

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TTTNIUK Part 10 - Sport as a unifier?

7 March 2024 - 7:30pm

 

Chair: Thomas Niblock
Panel Guests: Jarlath Burns (GAA President) & Trevor Ringland (Irish Rugby International)

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TTT NI Part 9 - Integrated Education - A Route to Reconciliation

TTT NI Part 9 - Integrated Education - A Route to Reconciliation

01:43:04
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TTT NI Part 8 - Conflict & Trauma

TTT NI Part 8 - Conflict & Trauma

01:39:26
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TTT NI Part 7 - The True Face of Reconciliation

TTT NI Part 7 - The True Face of Reconciliation

01:39:49
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Meet the Team

MOH
Michael O'Hare
Founder & Trustee

Born and raised in Whitecross, Co. Armagh, Michael has experienced first-hand the harsh reality of the Troubles. His sister, Majella, was tragically killed in 1976 and from this, Michael's dedication to promoting peace and reconciliation was realised. Ireland's history has always been a great passion of Michael's and he has recently graduated from St. Mary's University, Twickenham, with a master’s degree in Irish Studies. Michael's vision for Troubles, Tragedy and Trauma is that through compassion, understanding and kindness, we can begin to heal the hurt of the past and work towards a peaceful future.

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