Our Ethos

SEFF is clear that in the context of ‘The Northern Ireland Troubles’ that there was no justification for terrorism and/or other criminal violence irrespective of who carried it out – criminal violence was wrong and unjustified.

Our group’s focus is upon the innocent and we make no distinction on the basis of someone’s religious or ethnic background …. Innocent Victims Uniting.

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Membership Form.

Download our form and return it by post to: SEFF, 1 Manderwood Park, 1 Nutfield Road, Lisnaskea BT72 0FP or send using our email.

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View Memorial Quilts

See our Memorial Quilts, made up of patches provided by the families of the innocent victims who lost their lives.

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Download Newsletters.

Download SEFF Newsletters and Press Statements by viewing our blog.

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SEFF Accessibility Statement

Click here to view SEFF’s Accessibility Statement

SEFF is an Internationally based organisation yet retains a strong Family focus.

Currently SEFF has five hubs for service delivery; Lisnaskea, County Fermanagh. Newtownstewart, County Tyrone. Rathfriland, County Down, Bessbrook, South Armagh and London (servicing GB-based victims and survivors) and provides outreach to victims/survivors based in the Republic of Ireland.

SEFF also has partnerships with groups located in Spain and Rwanda and works on projects of common interest and purpose.

Address:

  • South East Fermanagh Foundation
  • 1 Manderwood Park,
  • 1 Nuttfield Road,
  • Lisnaskea
  • County Fermanagh
  • BT92 0FP

SEFF is a registered Company limited by guarantee (NI606566) and is also registered with the N.I Charities Commission (NIC100538)

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