Saturday, 21 June 2014
is the Day of Reflection.

People from Northern Ireland, Great Britain, Republic of Ireland and further afield are invited to reflect,
individually and privately, upon the conflict in and about Northern Ireland and the future that is before us.

The seventh annual Day of Reflection was on Friday, 21 June 2013. For the first time, Healing Through Remembering used pop-up street theatre as part of marking the Day. Click here for details.

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The Day of Reflection on 21 June is a day to acknowledge the deep hurt and pain caused by the conflict, to reflect on our own attitudes, on what more we might have done or might still do, and to make a personal commitment that such loss should never be allowed to happen again. This follows positive evaluations of the Day of Reflection held each year since 2007.

The Day of Reflection is widely supported by various community and voluntary groups, churches, businesses and individuals. The Day of Reflection has been evaluated annually to help assess whether further days of reflection should be held. Following positive evaluations it was decided that the Private Day of Reflection should continue.

For the results of the 2011 evaluation of the Day of Reflection, please click here.

For the results of the 2010 evaluation of the Day of Reflection, please click here.

For the results of the 2009 evaluation of the Day of Reflection, please click here.

For the results of the 2008 evaluation of the Day of Reflection, please click here.

For the results of the 2007 evaluation of the Day of Reflection, please click here.