Ulster Human Rights Watch
The campaign of terrorism in Northern Ireland, across the rest of the United Kingdom and in the Republic of Ireland for over forty years resulted in many civilians, members of the security forces, of parliament and of the judiciary being murdered or seriously injured.
In numerous instances information released to victims and survivors has been minimal and/or those responsible have never been identified, arrested or prosecuted.
Investigations have not been closed and could be progressed depending on whether new elements are found. For the purpose of making new information available and reviewing investigations of historical cases, a variety of mechanisms exist.
We can help you unlock the door to access official mechanisms and information held by statutory organisations and agencies, to reopen your case and push your quest forward.