Annual Report 2018: The challenges of our time

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New tech, prosperity and peace @ Digital DNA

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Build Peace 2018: Re-Imagining Prosperity

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Home of Hope. Marking 20th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement.

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International peace conference marks Good Friday/Belfast agreement

Our Chairman Lord Alderdice, together with Chris Patten (Conservative), Angela Smith (Labour) and Onora O'Neill (Cross-Bench) put down an amendment to the Bill to entrench the Pinciples of the Good Friday Agreement. Here is why Lord Alderdice felt it was necessary -

European Union (Withdrawal) Bill

21 March 2018 Volume 790

House of Lords, Committee (9th Day)

Lord Alderdice (LD): My Lords, I am very grateful to the noble Lord, Lord Patten of Barnes, not only for the passionate and articulate way in which he introduced the debate on this group of amendments—particularly Amendment 261—but also for the lifetime of commitment that he has given to the issues of Northern Ireland. That length of commitment speaks a great deal to me, as someone from that part of the United Kingdom.