In this episode, Professor Tom Hadden and Professor Brice Dickson discuss the origins of human rights research at Queen’s.
Episode 73 – Apologies and Transitional Justice
In this episode, Prof Kieran McEvoy and Dr Anna Bryson discuss the findings of their ESRC-funded research project, Apologies, Abuses and Dealing with the Past.
Episode 70 – Ex-combatants and Transitional Justice
In this episode, Dr Lauren Dempster interviews Prof Kieran McEvoy about the role of ex-combatants in transitional justice processes.
Episode 68 – Policing in Transition
Prof Kieran McEvoy and Dr Kevin Hearty explore the relationship between policing and transitional justice. Drawing on the Northern Ireland case study and international examples, they analyse the compromises, challenges and complexities of policing in transition.
Episode 67 – Truth Recovery in Northern Ireland
In this episode, Prof Kieran McEvoy and Dr Cheryl Lawther discuss official and grassroots approaches to truth recovery in Northern Ireland.
Episode 40 – The Injured Campaign
In the decades since The Troubles, the question of reparations has been left unanswered. This special episode of LawPod tells the story of the WAVE Trauma Centre’s campaign for a recognition payment to seriously injured victims of The Troubles.
Episode 33 – The leading writer and physician, Gabor Maté in conversation with Dr Peter Doran
A fascinating and broad exploration of trauma, capitalism, psychology, Buddhism and the conflict in Northern Ireland.