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#Support Group

# support-group - Sunday 27 July, 2014

From The Daily Edge Here's why you should be happy you don't have a Garth gig to go to Stop Now

Here's why you should be happy you don't have a Garth gig to go to

Support group, gather round.

# support-group - Friday 25 October, 2013

From The Daily Edge Working this bank holiday? Join our support group In It Together

Working this bank holiday? Join our support group

We’re here for you.

# support-group - Friday 8 February, 2013

Column: ‘I was in work one day and diagnosed with cancer the next’

Being told you have a tumour can be a devastating shock, but there is no need to face the battle alone, says cancer survivor Sheila Hyde.

# support-group - Sunday 9 October, 2011

Teresa Treacy meets young supporters after release from jail Teresa Treacy This post contains images

Teresa Treacy meets young supporters after release from jail

Teresa Treacy, who was released from jail on Thursday, met with some of her young supporters this weekend.

# support-group - Thursday 22 July, 2010

Minister Dermot Ahern has described the decision to cut funding to a victim support group as “difficult”.

Justice for the Forgotten, a group which represents victims of the Troubles, said yesterday that it would have to close down within a month due to funding cuts.

Minister Ahern said  the government could now not give it any more financial assistance, but had provided funding for the group since it was set up.

Labour TD Joe Costello criticised the government’s failure to provide funding for the group as “reneging on its obligations under the Good Friday Agreement.”

Under the Declaration of Support at the start of the Agreement, the governments of Britain and of Ireland agreed to: “never forget those who have died or been injured, and their families.”

The group was set up in 1996, and is the main liaison between victims and their families, and inquiries into violence that operate in the North, and with garda investigations.

It says it is at a disadvantage regarding funding due to its location because similar groups in the North are being supported by British, EU and US funding.