Disputes over parades have been a persistent feature of the social and
political landscape of Northern Ireland since the mid-1990s. Over the
past decade there have been numerous reviews of the regulatory
framework, but limited attention has been paid to developments on the
ground in areas where disputes have occurred and continue to occur. This report explores how the tensions over parades are being dealt with in towns and villages across Northern Ireland with the aim of synthesizing current best practice.
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