Reports

  • Hamber, B. (2015). Dealing with Painful Memories and Violent Pasts. Towards a Framework for Contextual Understanding. Berghof Dialogue Handbook Series, 11. Berghof Foundation: Germany [ Download PDF Format]

  • Hamber, B., Jaffrey, A., Murphy, B. (2015).MOOCs and Open Learning at Ulster University: Research, Consultation and Recommendations on an Institutional Approach. Belfast: Ulster University [ Download PDF Format]

  • Magill, C., Smith, A., & Hamber, B. (2009).The Role of Educatiopn in Reconciliation. The Perspectives of Children and Young People in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Northern Ireland. Belfast: University of Ulster [ Download PDF Format]

  • Lewis, H., Dowds, l., McGivern, Y., Hamber, B., & Robinson, G. (2008). Communities in Transition: an exploration of attitudinal barriers to the development of intercommunity relationships in a post-conflict society. Derry/Londonderry: INCORE, University of Ulster [ Request Copy].

  • Hamber, B., & Murphy, M. (2008). Something Happened Here: Exploring the Impacts of the Troubles on Barnardo’s (NI): Staff, Service Users and Professional Practice. Belfast: Barnardos [ Request Copy].

  • Kelly, G., & Hamber, B. (Eds.). (2005). Reconciliation: Rhetoric or Relevance? (Report 17). Belfast, Northern Ireland: Democratic Dialogue. [ Download PDF Format]

  • Hamber, B., & Kelly, G. (2005). A Place for Reconciliation? Conflict and Locality in Northern Ireland (Report No. 18). Belfast, Northern Ireland: Democratic Dialogue. [ Download PDF Format]

  • Hamber, B. (2005). Blocks to the Future: A Pilot Study of the Long-term Psychological Impact of the ‘No Wash/Blanket’ Protest. Derry: Cunamh. [ Download PDF Format]

  • Hamber, B., & Wilson, R. (Eds.). (2003). Recognition and reckoning: The way ahead on victims issues. (Report 15). Belfast, Northern Ireland: Democratic Dialogue. [ Download PDF Format]

  • Hamber, B., Kulle, D., & Wilson, R. (Eds) (2001). Future Policies for the Past (Report No. 13). Belfast, Northern Ireland: Democratic Dialogue. [ Read Online]

  • Hamber, B., & Mofokeng, T. (Eds.). (2000). From Rhetoric to Responsibility: Making Reparations to the Survivors of Past Political Violence in South Africa. Johannesburg: Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation.[ Request Copy]

  • Hamber, B., & Kibble, S. (1998). From Truth to Transformation: The Truth and Reconciliation Commission in South Africa (Report). London: Catholic Institute for International Relations. [ Read Online]

  • Hamber, B. (1997). The Burden of Care: An Analysis of the Burdens on the Families of Psychiatric Outpatients (Report Technical Paper No. M49). Johannesburg: Centre for Health Policy, Department of Community Health, University of the Witwatersrand. [ Request Copy]

  • Rock, B. M., & Hamber, B. (1994). Psychology in a Future South Africa: The need for a National Psychology Development Programme (Report commissioned by the Professional Board of Psychology of the South African Medical and Dental Council). Pretoria: Professional Board of Psychology, South African Medical and Dental Council. [ Read Online]