Healing Through Remembering

Healing Through Remembering

Case study


Healing Through Remembering is a charity made up of a diverse membership with different political perspectives working on a common goal of how to deal with the legacy of the past as it relates to the conflict in and about Northern Ireland. It runs a variety of projects within five key themes: Storytelling, Truth Recovery and Acknowledgement, Living Memorial Museum, Day of Reflection and Commemoration.


JRCT makes a contribution towards Healing Through Remembering’s core costs through its Northern Ireland programme. The work fits with the Trust’s Northern Ireland funding priority on dealing with the past.



Photograph: Healing Through Remembering members Alan McBride, Tríona White-Hamilton and Oliver Wilkinson with a bin lid from the Everyday Objects Exhibition.

Photographer: Mark Pearce, NewRayPics