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Published on March 19th, 2017 | by Shelby Vcelka

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ICTJ: In Focus: The Struggle for Truth and Accountability in Ireland

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March 2017

In Focus

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A Foundation of Lies: Relatives for Justice Unpacks the Truth about the Irish ConflictA Foundation of Lies: Relatives for Justice Unpacks the Truth about the Irish ConflictAs ICTJ looks back on its 15 years of work, join us in celebrating our allies across the globe who struggle for human rights, against impunity. To honor their efforts in the trenches of this struggle, we will bring you their stories in the weeks and months to come.

This is the story of Mark Thompson, CEO of Relatives for Justice, a group struggling for truth and justice in Northern Ireland.

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