This lesson covers part 2 of the Civil Rights movement in Northern Ireland. In this lesson, we follow the Bloody Sunday campaign, from the event itself on 30 January 1972 to the findings of the Saville Tribunal and the apology in the House of Commons.

It is advisable to deliver this lesson after part 1: The Long March.

(IICL 300).

Dr. Niamh Hamill

Hi, I'm Niamh. In this lesson, we will be discussing the events of January 30, 1972 - Bloody Sunday. We will consider the actions of the protesters and the authorities, the media, the establishment's inquiry process, and the effect of the Peace Process.

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