Welcoming the New Advocacy for Innocent Victims Team

Tea, crochet classes and bus runs. Bromide for the victims from the State.

South East Fermanagh Foundation

Advocates 1.jpg The New Advocacy for Innocent Victims (AfIV) Team. From left to right: Ann Travers (Support worker Mid-Ulster Region with outreach into RoI cases)
Wendy Stewart (Support worker Fermanagh/West Region with outreach into RoI cases)
Rev Alan Irwin (Chair of SEFF’s Advocacy Service Oversight committee)
Ken Fusnton (Advocacy Service Manager)
Peter Murtagh (Support worker with Greater Belfast and South Down Region)

Kenny Donaldson, Director of Services at Lisnaskea-based South East Fermanagh Foundation explains the role of SEFF’s Advocacy Service – AfIV Project (Advocacy for Innocent Victims)

Mr Donaldson stated: “SEFF has secured well in excess of £1million for the next 4 year period from Peace IV administered via The Victims and Survivors Service to provide an Advocacy support service to families and individuals who are the innocent victims and survivors of Terrorism and ‘other Troubles related criminal violence.’

“The service will support those who seek justice, truth and accountability for crimes…

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