Based on in-depth interviews, this article explores the long-term consequences of forced displacement during Northern Ireland's 30-year conflict. Despite the many successes of the peace process, the legacy of forced movement continues to manifest in a profound sense of dislocation and unsettledness in the present with regards to identity, place, and belonging. It argues the neglect of displacement as a category of violence and harm within the peace process, bequeaths a large cohort of marginalised victims and survivors whose conflict-related losses have yet to be recognised, much less acknowledged and addressed.
|Journal||Space & Polity|
|Publication status||Accepted/In press - 23 Mar 2023|
- Northern Ireland
- ontological security
- The Troubles