Informing the next stage of inquiry or investigation
The Truth Recovery Panel is well aware of the strength of feeling among many families who have campaigned for justice for years. More recently, other families have also come forward to pursue justice.
During the next three months together we will establish the questions that you want answered by a future inquiry or investigation. Your participation will also help to determine what form the inquiry or investigation should take.
Due to COVID restrictions, we will gather this information in writing, by telephone or video call – either personally or in groups.
You must have completed and returned your Register of Interest Form before you download the questionnaire: Registering your interest online
Once you have completed and returned your ‘Register of Interest’ then please fill in the Questionnaire which can be sent to you by email or by post.
This Questionnaire can be sent by email to you as a PDF document OR Word Document or we can post a printed version to you. Please email us at email@example.com to let us know which you would prefer or telephone us on the number below.
Return address for posting:- Truth Recovery Panel, 1st Floor MDEC, Glendermott Road, BT47 6SB
If you would like help with filling in this form, or have concerns about sharing your experience in writing, please contact us: on telephone 03000200789 or go to our ‘Contact Us’ page to check other ways to contact us: Click Here to Contact Us
By telephone or video call
You can share information privately, by video call or telephone, or as part of a group on a video call. We will contact you to agree a time and date for the call, whether by telephone or ZOOM.
Should you have a concern or question about sharing experiences and views we will ensure that one of the research team will discuss this with you.
What you tell us will remain confidential but will be central to the Panel’s findings and report, establishing the key priorities and recommendations for the next stage of investigation or inquiry.
The report will then be presented to the Northern Ireland Executive and published on our independent web-site: www.truthrecoverystrategy.com
We understand that this process is likely to be difficult for you. Your health and well-being is a priority. Support will be available to you throughout. See details below:
Mental health and counselling support services are available to anyone affected by historical practice in this area. Access to help and support in your locality, including through your GP and specialised healthcare professionals, can be accessed at:
Lifeline is a free, confidential telephone helpline. It is available anytime every day.
Telephone 0808 808 8000
In an emergency dial 999 or contact the emergency department at your local hospital.
We also invite submissions from other interested parties