Paper Trail Services
Paper Trail services are free to victims and survivors of the conflict in Ireland and Britain.
Free and independent advocacy support for victims and survivors of the conflict in the North of Ireland. This project is funded by the European Union's PEACE IV Programme which is managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB), and Victims and Survivors Service.
Legacy archives are documents which lie in public records and relate to social upheaval in Great Britain and Ireland over the past 50 years. Paper Trail was created to offer families legacy archive research skills missing from official reports and historical investigations.
Free training for victims and survivors includes: (1) Introduction to legacy archives; (2) Tour of Public Records Office NI; (3) Oral history training; (4) Campaign-specific workshops. Paper Trail also offers bespoke training for groups and families. Email Ciarán firstname.lastname@example.org
NEW SERVICE: DIGITAL NEWSPAPER SEARCH - FREE
Follow the Paper Trail
The first stage of research for many victims and survivors is collecting and collating newspaper articles but this has been hampered by the ongoing pandemic.
Paper Trail can help, and for victims and survivors, this is FREE support as always.
Paper Trail subscribes to digital newspaper archives across the country and can do a specific search on behalf of victims and survivors.
All we need is a few details from you so message Ciarán using the form and he will get back to you before retrieving any newspaper information he can find.