The Conflict Archive on the Internet (CAIN) recently added a section to their site that features an archive related to victims, survivors, and commemoration in post-conflict Northern Ireland. The University of Ulster received funds to tackle the task, and it took them two years to complete it. Visitors interested in an enlightening read about who is considered a victim of 'the Troubles' should read "Paper: McDowell, Who are the Victims?" under the "Introduction" tab at the top of any page. Users can search the Archive via text or keyword, by clicking on "Archive" at the top of any page, and selecting the "Search Archive" link. Under the "Memorials" tab, in the link "Memorials Search Page", visitors can search the 630 memorials contained in the database, some with photos, some without. Lastly, the tab "HumanFace" contains pictures and biographical information about those killed between 1969 and 2001, and can be viewed chronologically or alphabetically.


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