From peace to reconciliation
in Peacemaking in the twenty-first century
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This chapter reflects a key phase in the Northern Ireland peace process. It addresses the next steps that would need to be taken to pave the way for true reconciliation. It reflects on three important issues; building prosperity; tackling sectarianism; and ensuring that the peace process must leave no one behind.

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