Sometimes those closest to the violence of the "Troubles" in Northern Ireland can be found working hardest for reconciliation.
Robert McClenaghan was once an active member of the Youth IRA, a branch of the Irish Republican Army.
He still lives in the same house his family occupied in the 1960s a few hundred meters from the Cupar Way "Peace Wall" – an ugly structure of metal, bricks and wire that divides the Catholic Clonard area of West Belfast from the Protestant Shankill estates on the other side.
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