The Bloody Sunday Trust's vision is to promote human rights, conflict transformation and understanding, and over the years we have organised and supported many memorable events highlighting these very subjects.
Through annual lectures, exhibitions, campaigns, debates and lively discussion, the Trust endeavours to inform, educate and inspire others locally, nationally and internationally.
The Bloody Sunday Trust organises, in collaboration with the Pat Finucane Centre for Human Rights, a range of annual events to commemorate the anniversary of Bloody Sunday (30 January) and the anniversary of the publication of the Report of the Bloody Sunday Inquiry (15 June).
Our fundraising initiative, Friends of the Bloody Sunday Trust, was launched on 15 June 2015 at the city's Guildhall by Mayor Elisha McCallion. This is an ongoing initiative, so please spread the word and help us develop Museum of Free Derry to its fullest potential.
In Autumn 2018, the award-winning Museum of Free Derry hosted a packed programme of events as part of our series, 50 Days of Revolution, 50 Years on, marking half a century since some of the most important events of the civil rights campaign.
As part of the 50 Years programme, the museum hosted an In Conversation event with local civil rights veteran Eamon Melaugh on Wednesday 3 October at 7pm, entitled, ‘Civil Rights – A Community Story'.