Two conference sessions have been held today in Brownlow House to present UHRW’s considered position on the NIO Legacy Consultation into the implementation of the Stormont House Agreement bodies. Contributing were Neil Faris of the Malone House Group; Ben Lowry, Deputy Editor of the Newsletter; and Axel Schmidt, Advocacy Service Manager. There were also personal testimonies of victim’s with views provided on the current consultation, and extensive question and answer sessions.

The presentation from this event along with our legacy analysis booklet and guidance notes to support consultation responses can be found in the Downloads section.