NorthernIreland<br />
NORTHERN IRELAND<br />The population is composedof Protestants and Catholics.<br />900 000 Protestants and 680 000 Catholi...
History<br />England broughtIreland under systematicrule in thesixteenthcentury.<br />English and Scottish Protestant sett...
Independence<br />Inspired by the American and Frenchrevolutions, theIrishbegantheirlongstruggle to be free.<br />The Iris...
Ulster<br />London allowedtheNorthernIrish to governthemselves.<br />NorthernIrelandbecamecontrolled by the Protestants.<b...
The Troubles<br />The shipbuildingindustrydeclined in thesixties.<br />NorthernIrelandbecameoneofthepoorest parts in Brita...
BloodySunday<br />The demonstrationsgotintoviolence.<br />The Catholicsformedthe IRA.<br />The Protestants formedthe Ulste...
The provincegot under directrule from London.<br />500 peopledied in 1972 as a resultofviolence.<br />Therewere IRA bombs,...
Catholics<br />The IRA developed to be a smallarmy.<br />The IRA etablished a politicalwing – Sinn Fein.<br />The majority...
Most ofthe Protestants supportedthe Ulster Unionist Party.<br />Ian PaisleyformedtheDemocratic Unionist Party ( DUP).<br /...
London and Dublin<br />From 1972 to 1985 London tried to foster themiddlegroundamongthepeaceablemajorityofbothcommunities....
London and Dublin wanted to cooperatepolitically.<br />The British governmentbegan to negotiate an agreementwith Dublin.<b...
In 1988 IRAs Gerry Adams and SDLPs John Hume begansecret talks.<br />In August 1994 the IRA announced a cease-fire.<br />T...
Tony Blair wantedpeace talks with Sinn Feinifthe IRA abandonedviolence.<br />Sinn Fein and the IRA accepted Tony Blairs ch...
The agreement:<br />The establishment of a NorthernIrelandassembly.<br />Establish a North South ministerialcouncil.<br />...
Gerry Adams of Sinn Fein and David Trimbleofthe Ulster Unionist Party tried to get an agreement.<br />The IRA refused to d...
In May 1998 71% ofthepeople in NorthernIrelandsupportedtheagreement.<br />
The twocommunitiesaresegregated.<br />Protestants and Catholics have moved to theirown areas.<br />Education has alwaysbee...
In 1995 unemploymentstood for 18 % for Catholics and 8 % for Protestants.<br />Unemployment in bothcommunitiesrecruteyoung...
In Julyeachyearthe Orange Order organise parades to celebratetheBattleoftheBoyne.<br />SomeofthemarchesgothroughCatholic a...
The Catholicpopulation is young, butthe Protestant population is old.<br />The Protestants politicalpower is decreasing.<b...
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  1. 1. NorthernIreland<br />
  2. 2.
  3. 3. NORTHERN IRELAND<br />The population is composedof Protestants and Catholics.<br />900 000 Protestants and 680 000 Catholics.<br />
  4. 4.
  5. 5. History<br />England broughtIreland under systematicrule in thesixteenthcentury.<br />English and Scottish Protestant settlers tookthe best land.<br />The Englishtried to destroyIrishlanguage, culture and Catholisism.<br />
  6. 6.
  7. 7. Independence<br />Inspired by the American and Frenchrevolutions, theIrishbegantheirlongstruggle to be free.<br />The Irishgotfinallytheirindependence in 1921.<br />Ulster did not getfreedom.<br />Britainhadbigpolitical and economicinterestshere.<br />
  8. 8.
  9. 9. Ulster<br />London allowedtheNorthernIrish to governthemselves.<br />NorthernIrelandbecamecontrolled by the Protestants.<br />The Protestants excludedtheCatholics for politicalpower.<br />Theydiscriminatedthemalso in housing and employment.<br />
  10. 10.
  11. 11. The Troubles<br />The shipbuildingindustrydeclined in thesixties.<br />NorthernIrelandbecameoneofthepoorest parts in Britain.<br />The Catholicsgotnojobs and theygotangry.<br />In 1968 theywentout in thestreets to demonstrate.<br />
  12. 12.
  13. 13. BloodySunday<br />The demonstrationsgotintoviolence.<br />The Catholicsformedthe IRA.<br />The Protestants formedthe Ulster Defence Association and the Ulster Volunteer Force.<br />In January 1972 British troopskilled 13 unarmed demonstrators.<br />The IRA gotmany supporters aftertheBloodySunday.<br />
  14. 14.
  15. 15. The provincegot under directrule from London.<br />500 peopledied in 1972 as a resultofviolence.<br />Therewere IRA bombs, troopviolence and sectarian killings.<br />
  16. 16.
  17. 17. Catholics<br />The IRA developed to be a smallarmy.<br />The IRA etablished a politicalwing – Sinn Fein.<br />The majorityoftheCatholicssupportedthe Social Democratic Party ( SDLP).<br />
  18. 18.
  19. 19. Most ofthe Protestants supportedthe Ulster Unionist Party.<br />Ian PaisleyformedtheDemocratic Unionist Party ( DUP).<br />The Unionists werefragmented.<br />
  20. 20.
  21. 21. London and Dublin<br />From 1972 to 1985 London tried to foster themiddlegroundamongthepeaceablemajorityofbothcommunities.<br />Buttheeffortsweredestroyed by radicalpoliticiansonboth sides.<br />The government in Dublin supportedtheCatholiccommunity in Ulster.<br />It criticised British policy and practice.<br />
  22. 22.
  23. 23. London and Dublin wanted to cooperatepolitically.<br />The British governmentbegan to negotiate an agreementwith Dublin.<br />The Anglo Irishagreementof 1985.<br />This weakened IRAs position.<br />
  24. 24.
  25. 25. In 1988 IRAs Gerry Adams and SDLPs John Hume begansecret talks.<br />In August 1994 the IRA announced a cease-fire.<br />The British governmentwantedthatthe IRA decommissioneditsweapons.<br />The IRA refused.<br />In 1996 a big bomb exploded in theDocklands<br />
  26. 26.
  27. 27. Tony Blair wantedpeace talks with Sinn Feinifthe IRA abandonedviolence.<br />Sinn Fein and the IRA accepted Tony Blairs challenge.<br />A newcease fire began.<br />Nationalists and Unionists begannegotiations.<br />A peace plan wasclear 10. april 1998.<br />
  28. 28.
  29. 29. The agreement:<br />The establishment of a NorthernIrelandassembly.<br />Establish a North South ministerialcouncil.<br />The establishment of a council for the Isles.<br />
  30. 30.
  31. 31. Gerry Adams of Sinn Fein and David Trimbleofthe Ulster Unionist Party tried to get an agreement.<br />The IRA refused to decommisionitsweapons.<br />In August 1998 the Real IRA detonated a bomb in Omagh, killing 29 people.<br />
  32. 32.
  33. 33. In May 1998 71% ofthepeople in NorthernIrelandsupportedtheagreement.<br />
  34. 34.
  35. 35. The twocommunitiesaresegregated.<br />Protestants and Catholics have moved to theirown areas.<br />Education has alwaysbeensegregated.<br />Only 10 % ofchildrenattendintegratedschools.<br />
  36. 36.
  37. 37. In 1995 unemploymentstood for 18 % for Catholics and 8 % for Protestants.<br />Unemployment in bothcommunitiesrecruteyoung men for terrorists.<br />
  38. 38.
  39. 39. In Julyeachyearthe Orange Order organise parades to celebratetheBattleoftheBoyne.<br />SomeofthemarchesgothroughCatholic areas.<br />The Orangemensee it as a celebrationofcommunityidentity.<br />Catholicssee it as a provocation.<br />In 1998 theOrangemenwereforbidden to marchdowntheGarvaghy Road in Drumcree.<br />
  40. 40.
  41. 41. The Catholicpopulation is young, butthe Protestant population is old.<br />The Protestants politicalpower is decreasing.<br />
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