For any information regarding this project, please contact Dr Stephen Nolan, Eleonore Perrin or Alice McLarnon at Trademark Belfast:

Twin Spires Centre 
155 Northumberland Street 
Belfast BT 13 2JF
028 9033 1053

Dr Stephen Nolan has been a Co-director of Trademark for the last ten years. He previously worked for Counteract, the anti–intimidation unit of the ICTU where he had responsibility for anti-sectarianism and anti-racism in the workplace. He also worked in the former Yugoslavia during the conflict as a refugee worker and as the coordinator of Sava – The Service Civil International working group on Ex-Yugoslavia. His PhD was on the theme of Republican and Loyalist political discourse. Stephen’s research and training experience is complemented with his strong facilitation skills which have been applied in both organisational and community settings. Stephen has a Masters in International Human Rights Law and represented the ICTU on the Bill of rights Forum. He is a Gaeilgeoir and was a trustee of Iontaobhas na Gaelscolaíocta for three years and is an active trade unionist and member of UNITE.


Eleonore Perrin is currently research officer for Trademark. She previously worked for the Community Relations Council as an EU development officer and wrote a publication of CRC’s supported activities and example of good practice in the field of reconciliation. She also worked for the Pat Finucane Centre in Derry focusing on governmental archives concerning the conflict. Prior to that, she attended the Baha Mousa and Iraq inquiries on behalf of British Irish Rights Watch. Eleonore has a Master’s degree in International Action and Crisis Management from the Political University of Toulouse, France (Sciences-Po Toulouse).


Alice McLarnon has been involved in community work for over fifteen years, firstly in a voluntary capacity, then in 1999 after gaining qualifications in IT, administration and finance she joined Interaction Belfast (formerly SICDP) where she worked for six years in cross-community and cross-border projects. Alice also worked closely with groups and communities involved with Interaction from both sides of the Springfield road and further afield. Her role entailed helping with funding applications, facilitation of group meetings and developing appropriate financial systems for groups with little support or experience. In 2005, Alice completed her B.A. Degree in Professional Development through the University of Dundee. Alice joined Trademark in September 2006 as an office manager with responsibility for financial systems, procedures and fundraising. As part of the Trademark team she also helped in coordination of all training courses and assistance in areas of research and evaluation. This year, she completed her Master in Education from the University of Ulster.