‘We have much to learn from Rwanda’ say victims group

THE community here could learn much from from the reconciliation and peace-building work of Rwanda, a local victims’ group has stressed. Last year a delegation from the South East Fermanagh Foundation (SEFF) visited the central African country, which was devastated by a civil war in the mid-1990s between two ethnic groups, the Hutu and the Tutsi. According […]

SEFF host forgiveness webinar at Stormont

A VICTIMS group will be hosting a forgiveness and reconciliation online webinar at Stormont on tomorrow. The South East Fermanagh Foundation (SEFF) will be staging the event at the Long Gallery at Parliament Buildings between 10.30am to 3.30pm. This event will bring panellists from academia, journalism and theology together focusing on the treatment of victims/survivors […]

SEFF helps hundreds access Troubles payments

A CAMPAIGN group which offers support for Troubles-related victims has offered assistance in helping to access payments that might be due to them. Kenny Donaldson, Director of Services for South East Fermanagh Foundation (SEFF), says that his group has already assisted with in the region of 700 applications for The Troubles Permanent Disablement Payment Scheme (TPDPS). […]


School site set for green light health centre

THE OLD Lisnaskea High School is being seriously considered as the site of the town’s much-needed new health centre.   At the recent meeting of the Western Trust’s Pathfinder project in Lisnaskea deputy chief executive Kieran Downey said the Trust was considering the site as the location of the new centre, in response to a […]