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  Integrated Education in NI Tuesday 26 November 2002  
With the Northern Ireland peace process floundering yet again, it is perhaps hard to believe that the two communities of the province can happily co-exist.

But for more than 20 years, Catholic and Protestant youngsters have been doing just that - in schools specifically set up to bridge the sectarian divide. We visit one of these schools.
Writer Fionnuala O'Connor, Michelle Marken, a principal of a Catholic Secondary School and Jim Wells of the DUP join Jenni to talk about the issues of integrated education.

BBC News: School to 'reopen as integrated'

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