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CAIN Archive - Conflict and Politics in Northern Ireland.
The CAIN Archive is a collection of information and source material on 'the Troubles' and politics in Northern Ireland from 1968 to the presen . There is also some material on society in the region. CAIN is located in Ulster University Opens a new browser window. and is part of ARK Opens a new browser window. and INCORE Opens a new browser window.. CAIN and INCORE developed the Accounts of the Conflict Opens a new browser window. Web site. See the CAIN privacy policy.
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A to Z index of main content Help page List of recent additions to the site Associated Sites within CAIN List of main contributors Guidelines for making a contribution
Email form for general comments on the CAIN site Media reports about CAIN Known citations of the CAIN Web site Summary access statistics for the CAIN site Information on funders and partners Copyright conditions that apply to the CAIN site

Updated details of the CAIN Associate Programme

Table heading - Main sections in CAIN
Background information on the conflict and politics
Databases, bibliographies, biographies, etc.
Key events of the conflict Some information on society in the region
Key issues of the conflict An introduction to theoretical explanations of the conflict
Table heading - Other Sections in CAIN
NAI Records on CAIN
PRONI Records on CAIN, Launched on 6 October 2010
Updated on 30 Jul 2020
Updated on 19 Aug 2019
John Hume Speeches, Statements, Articles
Photographs by William L. Rukeyser
Added on 20 May 2021
New section about Victims, Survivors and Commemoration: Launched on 16th June 2009
New section about visualising the conflict: launched 20th January 2012
 


Table heading - Accounts of the Conflict
Accounts of the Conflict website Link
 
Table heading - Recent funders of the CAIN Web Site
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Archived copies of the CAIN site are available at:
PRONI Web Archive Opens a new browser window. (Feb 2010 →); The Wayback Machine Opens a new browser window. (Dec 1997 →);
UK Web Archive Opens a new browser window. (May 2005 to Aug 2011); National Library of Ireland Opens a new browser window. (Jul 2020 →).
An off-line copy of CAIN is presented in the Troubles Gallery Opens a new browser window., Ulster Museum Opens a new browser window. (Nov 2016)
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