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Changing Views - '...with the new political dispensation of the Good Friday Agreement, I think everybody has got an adequate means of expressing their political views without recourse to violence.' - Tom Roberts, former UVF prisoner, Project Co-ordinator of EPIC Image of jubilant women at 1998 referendum result

Many hope that the 1998 Good Friday Agreement has brought 30 years of conflict to an end. The old way of doing politics, which saw a gain for one community as a loss for the other, has been replaced by a political system of power-sharing. However, agreement on paper has not translated into changed hearts, and old ways of thinking still prevail.

Changing Voices

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Listen to the voices of former paramilitaries and others as they reflect on their past and their hopes for the future.

Perspective

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Professor Adrian Guelke puts the Northern Ireland peace process into an international context.

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