Northern Ireland is a post-conflict society, filled with tourists and immigrants from all over the world. Old wars conducted by paramilitaries transformed into a peace process carried out by, so called, community activists, often of paramilitary backgrounds. Regeneration schemes are introduced to change the face of the poorest and the most underprivileged areas, but are people ready for such a challenge in 21 century? For building bridges between once sworn enemies and now equal partners?
This part of the united Europe still struggles with unsolved post-conflict tensions. Is it relevant nowadays to want to be called something - be it Irish/British/Northern Irish? Apparently, yes. 21 century in Northern Ireland seems to be all about identity.
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