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Andrée Murphy

Andrée Murphy hails from Dublin but has lived in Belfast since 1994. 
She is the Deputy Director of Relatives for Justice, a national victim support NGO which provides advocacy and therapeutic support for the bereaved and injured of the conflict. Holding a Masters Degree in international human rights law, Andrée's particular expertise and research on women affected by conflict trauma has seen her provide evidence to the United Nations in Geneva and to Congressional hearings in the US.
Andrée is a columnist for Belfast Media Group and is a regular contributor to broadcast media, providing political analysis and commentary.

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ANDRÉE: Time for leadership not lemmings

ANDRÉE: Time for leadership not lemmings

ANDRÉE: Hectic September is all about getting to October in one piece

ANDRÉE: Hectic September is all about getting to October in one piece

ANDRÉE MURPHY:  PSNI review must go beyond Crossmaglen

ANDRÉE MURPHY: PSNI review must go beyond Crossmaglen

ANDRÉE MURPHY:  It’s all change when Páid hits the streets

ANDRÉE MURPHY: It’s all change when Páid hits the streets

ANDRÉE MURPHY: Climate crisis is more than just a storm in a teacup

ANDRÉE MURPHY: Climate crisis is more than just a storm in a teacup

ANDREE MURPHY: Plastic bullets: a campaign about the past – and about the present

ANDREE MURPHY: Plastic bullets: a campaign about the past – and about the present

ANDRÉE MURPHY: Many living with cruel legacy of internment

ANDRÉE MURPHY: Many living with cruel legacy of internment

ANDRÉE MURPHY: On The Run letters symbolise peace process which put combatants before victims

ANDRÉE MURPHY: On The Run letters symbolise peace process which put combatants before victims

ANDRÉE MURPHY: British legacy plan graver threat to peace process than Brexit

ANDRÉE MURPHY: British legacy plan graver threat to peace process than Brexit

ANDRÉE MURPHY: Now is the time to speak our own language

ANDRÉE MURPHY: Now is the time to speak our own language

ANDRÉE MURPHY: Let’s recognise Stormont majority for change

ANDRÉE MURPHY: Let’s recognise Stormont majority for change

ANDRÉE MURPHY: Heed wise words of Black Mountain

ANDRÉE MURPHY: Heed wise words of Black Mountain

ANDRÉE MURPHY: Broken pacts are draining the peace process

ANDRÉE MURPHY: Broken pacts are draining the peace process

ANDRÉE MURPHY: Loyalist Communities Council increased legitimacy must be questioned

ANDRÉE MURPHY: Loyalist Communities Council increased legitimacy must be questioned