Conflicted Identities is a public history project exploring the politics and memory of Irish diaspora activism in Britain since 1969.

In partnership with major Irish centres in Leeds, Liverpool, and NewcastleConflicted Identities investigates how emigrant networks in Britain:

- Navigated the politics of the Northern Ireland conflict.

- Interacted with the global Irish diaspora.

- Forged solidarities and negotiated tensions with Britain's other immigrant and ethnic-minority communities.

Combining archival research, oral histories, and community engagement, Conflicted Identities examines how historical Irish diaspora activism has been contested, commemorated, and presented to wider publics.

Explore this website to find out more!

Conflicted Identities acknowledges the generous support of the University of Oxford's John Fell Fund