Hopelessness, segregation and divisive politics have driven Northern Ireland’s peace generation to violence

OPINION As the centenary of the partition of Ireland approaches, the streets of Northern Ireland are facing the 'worst rioting in years'. Many of those leading the violence, some of whom have now been arrested, have been strikingly young. A significant number were born after the 1998 Good Friday Agreement (GFA). What has brought this … Continue reading Hopelessness, segregation and divisive politics have driven Northern Ireland’s peace generation to violence