Northern Ireland Peace Monitoring Report

Year published: 2020

The Northern Ireland Peace Monitoring report began as a process of annual monitoring to measure the distance travelled, either closer to, or further away from the shared goal of a peaceful and inclusive society.

The Report measures security, equality, political progress, and cohesion and sharing. 

Currently there are five Nprthern Ireland Peace Monitoring reports.

A montage of all the peace monitoring reports | NICRC

Northern Ireland Peace Monitoring Report #5 

Northern Ireland Peace Monitoring Report #5 monitored the 2-year period 2017/18.

A previous hard and digital copy of the report contained a typo on a chart on page 30. This correction has been made, and the revised version is available here: 

Northern Ireland Peace Monitoring Report #5 (PDF 5.5MB)

Ann Marie Gray, Jennifer Hamilton, Gráinne Kelly, Brendan Lynn, Martin Melaugh and Gillian Robinson, CRC, 2018 supported by JRF and the Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust.

Previous Reports

Northern Ireland Peace Monitoring Report #4

Report #4 monitored a 2-year period 2015/16. 

Robin Wilson, CRC, 2016 supported by JRF and the Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust.

Northern Ireland Peace Monitoring Report #4 (PDF 5.6 MB)

Northern Ireland Peace Monitoring Report #3

Paul Nolan, CRC, 2014 supported by JRF and the Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust.

Northern Ireland Peace Monitoring Report #3 (PDF 7.1 MB)

 

Northern Ireland Peace Monitoring Report #2

Paul Nolan, CRC, 2013 supported by JRF and the Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust.

Northern Ireland Peace Monitoring Report #2 (PDF 7.9 MB)

Northern Ireland Peace Monitoring Report #1

Paul Nolan, CRC, 2012 supported by JRF and the Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust.

Northern Ireland Peace Monitoring Report #1 (PDF 11.7 MB)