The Meath Peace Group is a voluntary group based in County Meath in the Republic of Ireland. The group was founded in April 1993 in Slane. It is not connected to any political party or religious denomination and is founded on the belief that ordinary people have a role and responsibility in bringing about the climate in which a just and lasting peace can develop.
Read “The Meath Peace Group – 20 Years On”, a brief history of our group published in The Meath Chronicle
Meath Peace Group Statement on the Brexit Phase One Agreement, December 2017
Meath Peace Group Ethical and Shared Remembering course, 2016
Decade of Centenaries Seminar – “1915-16” (Great War, Easter Rising, etc) – Joint seminar with Meath Archaeological and Historical Society held on Saturday 26th September 2015, in Dalgan Park, Co. Meath. Summary report in public talks section of website; local history presentations reproduced in Riocht na Midhe 2016 (Journal of M.A.H.S.)
Shared heritage visits in 2015 and 2016: with Ards Phoenix/Decorum NI Group and Lurgan Community Outreach Group. Ethical and Shared Remembering Course, 1912-23: workshops held in Spring of 2016, culminating in a joint visit to the Somme Heritage Museum, Newtownards, in May 2016.