The Bloody Sunday Trust have produced several valuable booklets and information packs in recent years, so we have reproduced them here for download.

Media Pack - Report of the Bloody Sunday Inquiry

This media pack was distributed to international press ahead of the publication of the Report of the Bloody Sunday Inquiry in June 2010, and contains essential facts and details about the events of 30 January 1972 and all those who died or were injured.

PDF icon Media Pack (June 2010).pdf2.83 MB

Innocent - Commemorative Booklet 2010

The Trust produced this booklet as a commemorative gesture for the families and the wounded of Bloody Sunday. It captures the reactions and speeches given by relatives, politicians and the British prime minister following the publication of the Report of the Bloody Sunday Inquiry.

PDF icon Innocent booklet - Summer 2010.pdf2.12 MB

Principal Conclusions of the Report of Bloody Sunday Inquiry

Lord Saville's ten volume report arising from The Bloody Sunday Inquiry was condensed into a smaller report - 'Principal Conclusions and Overall Summary of the Bloody Sunday Inquiry' - which we have reproduced here with permission from TSO, London.

Gerald Donaghey - The Truth About the Planting of Nail Bombs on Bloody Sunday

In 2012, the Trust and Pat Finucane Centre published a report into the case of 17 year old Gerald Donaghey, the only person not fully exonerated by the Report of the Bloody Sunday Inquiry. The Donaghey family later presented this report to the European Parliament.