Financial reintegration assistance for veterans of the Irish revolution (1916-23): post-conflict policy in an historical setting

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Abstract

In the aftermath of the Irish revolution and Civil War the governments of independent Ireland introduced various compensation schemes to provide financial reintegration assistance to revolutionary veterans. This would be recognised today as part of a programme for DDR. This paper will examine various service and disability pensions paid to veterans in the context of literature on post-conflict reintegration. It will examine various challenges to reintegration in an effort to analyse the success of revolutionary compensation as a post-conflict reintegration mechanism in independent Ireland after 1922.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherSenator George J. Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice (formerly ISCTSJ) QUB
Number of pages33
VolumeWP-07-15
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2015

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NameWorking Papers in Conflict Transformation and Social Justice
PublisherQueen's University Belfast
ISSN (Print)2053-0129

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Coleman, M. (2015). Financial reintegration assistance for veterans of the Irish revolution (1916-23): post-conflict policy in an historical setting. (Working Papers in Conflict Transformation and Social Justice). Senator George J. Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice (formerly ISCTSJ) QUB.
Coleman, Marie. / Financial reintegration assistance for veterans of the Irish revolution (1916-23): post-conflict policy in an historical setting. Senator George J. Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice (formerly ISCTSJ) QUB, 2015. (Working Papers in Conflict Transformation and Social Justice).
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