The report, published in December 2013, contains recommendations for Bridge of Hope and its partners about how to carry and move on the transitional justice grassroots programme. It also contains recommendations about how to spread awareness and uptake of the Toolkit Programme with relevant stakeholders both locally and globally. The gendered transitional justice grassroots programme was delivered during 2012 as part of the partnership between Bridge of Hope, a department of Ashton Community Trust and the Transitional Justice Institute at Ulster University, particularly Eilish Rooney. Participants from Falls Women’s Centre and Shankill Women’s Centre both took part and at the end of the programme created a unique transitional justice jigsaw.
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