The latest print issue of social affairs magazine VIEW was launched earlier this week at the Public Records Office in Belfast.
Among those who attended were guest editor Alan McBride, manager at the WAVE Trauma Centre; Judith Thompson, Commissioner for Victims and Survivors in Northern Ireland; playwright and theatre director Jo Egan, VIEW editor Brian Pelan, VIEWdigital co-founder Una Murphy, VIEWdigital deputy editor Kathryn Johnston; Ann Travers, whose sister Mary was shot dead by the IRA in 1984; Paul Gallagher, who was left paralysed after being shot by loyalists in 1993 and Brendan O’Hara, a programme manager at the All Ireland Institute of Hospice and Palliative Care in Dublin.
VIEW editor Brian Pelan said: “I would like to thank all the victims and survivors for their participation in the magazine and their willingness to share their stories. I also want to give a special mention to the Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust whose support made this edition possible.”
• To view an online version of our latest edition of VIEW which looks at Victims, Survivors and Legacy issues, go to https://issuu.com/brianpelanone/docs/view_issue_51
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