Members of the team have been interviewed, referenced or quoted in print, broadcast and online media hundreds of times since the project began in 2013. The list below shows how widely the work of the team has been disseminated, both locally in Northern Ireland, but also in the rest of the UK and Ireland. Broadly 10% of the coverage of the team's work has been negative, while 90% is positive or neutral.
Belfast Telegraph Letters, Liam Kennedy September 2020
Liam Kennedy: The reality is that paramilitary organisations, and not the state, did the vast majority of killings and maimings
The Irish News, Connla Young May 2020
Government legacy proposals ‘would breach convention’
Belfast Telegraph, Mark Bain May 2020
Mixed response to report on legacy issues
Slugger O’Toole Website, Brian Walker April 2020
Breakthrough news on the Troubles legacy. Legal critics of the UK government recommend a case by case amnesty
EamonnMallie.com, Brian Rowan April 2020
Legacy Fallout – why did the NIO go on a solo run?
Irish Legal News April 2020
Legal experts warn latest legacy proposals incompatible with human rights laws
BBC News, Julian O’Neill April 2020
No jail time proposal for Troubles offenders
The Irish Times, Gerry Moriarty April 2020
Report floats proposal that no one should serve time in prison for Troubles killings
Slugger O’Toole, Brian Walker April 2020
Pressure for a Troubles amnesty continues to mount.
Slugger O’Toole Website, Brian Walker March 2020
Major Battle likely over the UK governments latest legacy plans