Ships passing in the night: psychosocial programming and macro peacebuilding strategies with young men in Northern Ireland

@article{Hamber2014ShipsPI,
  title={Ships passing in the night: psychosocial programming and macro peacebuilding strategies with young men in Northern Ireland},
  author={B. Hamber and E. Gallagher},
  journal={Intervention},
  year={2014},
  volume={12},
  pages={43–60}
}
The study presented here explores how the impact of the conflict, as it applies to interventions with young men, is conceptualised within the context of Northern Ireland after the signing of the peace agreement (1998). It focuses on four groups undertaking psychosocial work, that is, two generic support groups and two groups with an explicit focus on those who had experienced violence during the conflict. A total of 20 young men (18–24 years old) and 19 staff were individually interviewed… Expand
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