The International Network of Museums for Peace (INMP), a global network of peace museums, peace gardens and other peace-related sites, had its founding conference in Bradford, West Yorkshire in 1992. Now, for the first time since its inauguration, the INMP conference is returning to the British Isles in April this year for the network’s 25th anniversary, with Belfast being the venue for exploring “Cities as Living Museums for Peace”.

There are scores of peace museums, or, more accurately, museums for peace, around the world. Some are at sites associated with the carnage of war – Hiroshima ...


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