A core element of our work was the collection and storage of one hundred heritage interviews documenting the recollections and views of key figures in the peace process. We defined the process as including unsuccessful as well as successful initiatives, and wanted to go as far back as living memory will allow, including survivors of the generation that was involved in public and local policy in the 1960s. We encouraged frankness and discouraged spin by giving an assurance of up to forty years embargo. The interviews, voice and text, will be placed in depositories in the three jurisdictions.
Our heritage archive is now complete.