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South East Fermanagh Foundation (SEFF) is a group of victims/survivors from the community of South East Fermanagh, which was formed in 1999 as a result of identified needs amongst those who have been the innocent victims of terrorism in this part of Northern Ireland, together with their families.

Over the years, the Foundation has steadily grown whereby it now offers; counselling, befriending, benefits and welfare  advice services, multiple complementary therapy treatment options, advocacy and representation-based work and a yearly educational and social activity programme, for those physically and psychologically affected by the Troubles.

For News Releases and Press Statements please see our blog.

Company No.: NI606566

Charity No.: NIC100538

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Attitudinal mindsets of SF/PIRA reps must change

Follow on from: 28/07/2017 – Council Walk-out over McCann Enniskillen Bomb comments and 07/09/2017 – “Ourselves Alone” Council Chairman does not have the confidence of many. We commend coverage within your publication in recent days concerning the on-going dispute within Fermanagh and Omagh District Council where SF/PIRA Chirman Cllr McCann has refused to retract or apologise for his pro terror utterances. We are … Continue reading Attitudinal mindsets of SF/PIRA reps must change

01/09/2017 – We commend Syrian Civil Defence (The White Helmets)

Kenny Donaldson, Spokesman for Innocent Victims United stated: “Right has prevailed, our campaign in collaboration with individual innocent victims and survivors of terrorism has prevailed. To all those innocent victims and survivors of terrorism who spoke out and relayed their deep concerns when Martin McGuinness was first shortlisted for the Award, we commend you”. “Let’s … Continue reading 01/09/2017 – We commend Syrian Civil Defence (The White Helmets)

09/09/2017 – Tom Oliver’s murder does matter

Kenny Donaldson, Spokesman for Innocent Victims United stated: “Gerry Adams has once again demonstrated his blatant disregard for the rule of law. To suggest that the pursuance of those who murdered Tom Oliver would be “totally and absolutely counterproductive” intimates that perhaps Mr Adams is in possession of knowledge as to who his murderers are”. … Continue reading 09/09/2017 – Tom Oliver’s murder does matter

29/08/2017 – Not my role to adjudicate but to represent victims

Your (the Belfast Telegraph) columnist Ruth Dudley Edwards, of whom I have huge admiration for down the years as a writer challenged me in her Opinion column published in the Monday 28th August 2017 Edition to acknowledge that “Sean O’Callaghan’s remorse was utterly genuine and that he deserves to be remembered in charity and forgiveness”. … Continue reading 29/08/2017 – Not my role to adjudicate but to represent victims

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