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Key Issues - Parades and Marches in Northern Ireland
Page Compiled: Martin Melaugh and Fionnuala McKenna
Material is added to this site on a regular basis - information on this page may change
The issue of parades and marches is one which has, since 1995, risen to the top of the political agenda. Information on this topic is contained in the following subsections:
- selected reading list
- areas of contention
- developments at Drumcree, 1995-2000
- Haass Panel on Parades and Protests; etc., (Chairman: Dr Richard Haass; 2013)
- Office of the First Minister and deputy First Minister (OFMdFM). (2013). Terms of Reference for the Panel of Parties in the NI Executive on Parades and Protests; Flags, Symbols and Emblems and Related Matters; and the Past, (Haass Panel), (16 August 2013), [PDF; KB]. Belfast: OFMdFM.
- Office of the First Minister and Deputy First Minister (OFMDFM) Proposal
- Office of the First Minister and Deputy First Minister (OFMDFM) (2010). Public Assemblies, Parades and Protests in Northern Ireland: A Consultation Paper Published by the Office of the First Minister and Deputy First Minister, (20 April 2010), [PDF; 635KB]. Belfast: OFMDFM.
- Strategic Review of Parades
- Strategic Review of Parading (SRP). (2008). Strategic Review of Parading in Northern Ireland, Interim Consultative Report, (29 April 2008), [PDF; 2216KB]. Belfast: Strategic Review of Parading Body.
- Strategic Review of Parading (SRP). (2008). Strategic Review of Parading in Northern Ireland, Views of Key Stakeholders, (29 April 2008), [PDF; 1838KB]. Belfast: Strategic Review of Parading Body.
- Lower Ormeau Concerned Community and Garvaghy Road Residents Coalition. (2008). 'Unhelpful' report will politicise marching, Platform article, Irish News, (29 April 2008), [PDF; 1469KB]. Belfast: Irish News.
- books, reports, and articles:
- Bryan, Dominic. (2000) 'Drumcree: An Introduction to Parade Disputes', in, Orange Parades: The Politics of Ritual, Tradition and Control. London: Pluto Press.
- Democratic Dialogue. (1998) Politics in Public - Freedom of Assembly and the Right to Protest. Belfast: Democratic Dialogue.
- Devenport, Mark. (2000), 'Groundhog Day and Groundhog Day Again', (chapters 27 and 28) in, FLASH FRAMES: twelve years reporting Belfast. Belfast: The Blackstaff Press.
- Great Britain. Parliament. (2005) The Public Processions (Amendment) (Northern Ireland) Order 2005, (Draft Order in Council), (22 February 2005), [PDF; 114KB]. London: The Stationery Office (TSO).
- Hamilton, Michael., Jarman, Neil., and Bryan, Dominic. (2001). Parades, Protests and Policing: A Human Rights Framework, (March 2001), [PDF; 400KB]. Belfast: Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission.
- House of Commons. Northern Ireland Affairs Committee. (2005) The Parades Commission and Public Processions (Northern Ireland) Act 1998, Volume I, Report, together with formal minutes, (11 January 2005), (HC 172-I), [PDF; 237KB]. London: The Stationery Office Limited.
- House of Commons. Northern Ireland Affairs Committee. (2005) The Parades Commission and Public Processions (Northern Ireland) Act 1998, Volume II, Oral and written evidence, (11 January 2005), (HC 172-II), [PDF; 1336KB]. London: The Stationery Office Limited.
- Jarman, Neil. (1997) 'The Endless Parade', in, Material Conflicts: Parades and Visual Displays in Northern Ireland. Oxford: Berg Publishers.
- Kelly, Grainne. (ed.) Mediation in Practice: A Report of the Art of Mediation Project. Londonderry: INCORE.
- McKay, Susan. (2000) 'Portadown: Bitter Harvest', in, Northern Protestants: An Unsettled People. Belfast: Blackstaff Press.
- Quigley, George. (2002) Review of the Parades Commission, (27 September 2002), [PDF, 969KB]. Belfast: Northern Ireland Office (NIO).
- Savaric, Michel. (1998) 'Conflicting Symbols, Symbols of Conflict and Symbolical Conflict - The Drumcree crises'. kok体育官方app下载: <http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/issues/parade/savaric98.htm>
- the Independent Review of Parades and Marches in Northern Ireland - The North Review
- official statistics
- list of source material