The Pat Finucane Centre, based in Derry, advocates human rights and encourages political development and social change in Ireland. The centre promotes a nonviolent ethos and actively works to build alliances with groups and individuals within the radical and progressive wings of Irish politics. The centre believes that the attainment of human, political cultural and economic rights can only be achieved within the context of active self determination involving all the Irish people.
Several independent projects are based at the Centre. These include:
- The Bloody Sunday Justice Campaign,
- Policing and Alternative Justice Project.
The Centre also acts as a contact address for Relatives for Justice and the Campaign for the Right to Truth.
The Centre organises the annual Bloody Sunday commemoration in Derry. It is also involved in promoting activity around a range of important, sometimes controversial issues, such as policing, engagement between Unionists and Nationalists and developing radical and progressive social and economic agenda within community, women's and trade union groups.
Unit B8, Ráth Mór Centre, Bligh's Lane, Derry, North of Ireland BT48 OLZ
T: (028) 7126 8846 F: (028) 7126 6453
7 College St, Armagh BT61 9BT
T: (028) 37515191
JFF, Kilmartin Lane, Hollystown, Dublin 15
T: (00353 1) 8554300