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Dialogue Advisory Group | Northern Ireland
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Northern Ireland

The Good Friday Agreement in 1998 largely brought to an end more than 30 years of conflict in Northern Ireland. Though, some armed groups opposed to the Good Friday Agreement have been increasing their activity in recent years. Since 2009, DAG has been collaborating with the Irish Congress of Trade Unions and Creggan Enterprises (a community foundation in Derry) to contribute to the reducing violence. This work helped decommission weapons by the Irish National Liberation Army (INLA) and facilitate an agreement in Maghaberry prison between Republican prisoners and the Northern Ireland Prison Services (NIPS).

image: Ian Mc Ilgorm