Reminiscences of Kenneth J. Logue : oral history, 2006-2007.
|Creator: ||Logue, Kenneth J.||Project: ||Atlantic Philanthropies Oral History Project. |
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|Phys. Desc. :||transcript: 92 p. sound recordings: 6 CD-ROM (106; 102 min.)|
|Location: ||Columbia Center for Oral History|
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Program Officer on Ageing, The Atlantic Philanthropies.
Scope and Contents
Born Glasgow, Scotland; education: B.A. in history, University of Edinburgh; Ph.D. in history, University of Edinburgh; career: work for Northern Ireland Council on Alcohol, freelance community relations consulting, consulting for Community Development Review Group, program officer for the Atlantic Philanthropies' aging program; board memberships: Northern Ireland Council for Volunteer Action, War on Want, Glencairn People's Project; work with Institute for International Sport basketball project; shift from nonsectarian to anti-sectarian policies in dealing with Irish organizations; interactions with paramilitary organizations and individuals; impact of Belfast Agreement on reconciliation work; impact of revealing Charles F. Feeney's [CFF] ties to charity work; work with educational institutions; discussion of CFF's involvement in political reconciliation; work on issues related to aging; reflections on Irish political progress.
Copyright held by: The Trustees of Columbia University of the City of New York and The Atlantic Philanthropies, 2007.