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CAIN (Conflict Archive on the Internet) is a database containing information about Conflict and Politics in Northern Ireland from 1968 to the present. The project began in 1996, with the website launching in 1997. The project is based within Ulster University at its Magee campus. The archive chronicles important events during the Troubles, stretching from 1968 until the present day. The name is an allusion to the Biblical Cain, who murdered his brother Abel.

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  • El Conflict Archive on the Internet, CAIN, és una base de dades que conté informació sobre el conflicte d'Irlanda del Nord des del 1968 fins a l'actualitat. El projecte es va iniciar el 1996, i va disposar d'un web des del 1997, amb seu al campus de Magee de la . El nom és una al·lusió al Caín bíblic, que va assassinar el seu germà Abel. CAIN està afiliat a l'Arxiu Social i Polític d'Irlanda del Nord (ARK, que consisteix en diversos llocs web dedicats a proporcionar material informatiu relacionat amb el procés polític i la història d'Irlanda del Nord. A més de la Universitat d'Ulster, també participa en el projecte la , de manera concertada amb la . Altres contribuents importants a la creació i desenvolupament de CAIN van ser el Centre for the Study of Conflict, Educational Services i l'INCORE (Initiative on Conflict Resolution and Ethnicity. L'arxiu inclou l'índex de defuncions de Sutton, que conté informació sobre totes les defuncions produïdes com a conseqüència del conflicte. La informació està extreta del llibre de Malcolm Sutton Bear in Mind These Dead, [1] el títol del qual és extret d'un poema de . El llibre original de Sutton enumera les defuncions des del 1969 fins al 1993, des de l'actualització fins al 2001. La informació es pot veure cronològicament, alfabèticament i s'inclou una funcionalitat de cerca completa. La informació també es pot calcular entre l'estatus de la víctima, l'organització responsable i altres variables. També inclou el programa Visualising the Conflict, un espai educatiu virtual on es poden trobar recreacions de murals i altres memorials del conflicte a Irlanda del Nord (Memorial Street. (ca)
  • CAIN (Conflict Archive on the Internet) is a database containing information about Conflict and Politics in Northern Ireland from 1968 to the present. The project began in 1996, with the website launching in 1997. The project is based within Ulster University at its Magee campus. The archive chronicles important events during the Troubles, stretching from 1968 until the present day. The name is an allusion to the Biblical Cain, who murdered his brother Abel. CAIN is affiliated with the Northern Ireland Social and Political Archive (ARK), which consists of a number of websites devoted to providing informational material related to Northern Ireland's political process and history. The institutions of higher learning that created CAIN, in addition to Ulster University, were the Queen's University, which worked in concert with the Linen Hall Library. Other important contributors to this project's inception and development were the Center for the Study of Conflict, Educational Services, and INCORE, which stands for the Initiative on Conflict Resolution and Ethnicity. The site includes the Sutton Index of Deaths, containing information on every death which occurred as a result of the conflict. The information is taken from Malcolm Sutton's book Bear in Mind These Dead, the title of which is taken from a poem by John Hewitt. Sutton's original book listed deaths from 1969 until 1993, since updated until 2001. The information can be viewed chronologically, alphabetically and a full search functionality is included. Information can also be crosstabulated by the status of the victim, the organisation responsible and several other variables. Dr Martin Melaugh, the director of the project, has produced draft lists of further deaths related to the conflict from 2002 to date. (en)
  • CAIN (Conflict Archive on the Internet è un database contenente informazioni sui conflitti e la politica nell'Irlanda del Nord dal 1968 ad oggi. Il progetto è iniziato nel 1996, con il lancio del sito web nel 1997. Il progetto ha sede all'interno dell'Università dell'Ulster nel suo campus di . L'archivio racconta eventi importanti durante i Troubles, dal 1968 ai giorni nostri. Il nome è un'allusione al biblico Caino, che uccise suo fratello Abele. CAIN è affiliato con il Northern Ireland Social and Political Archive (ARK, che consiste in una serie di siti web dedicati alla fornitura di materiale informativo relativo al processo politico e alla storia dell'Irlanda del Nord. Le istituzioni per l'istruzione superiore che hanno creato il CAIN, oltre all'Università dell'Ulster, sono state la Queen's University, che ha lavorato di concerto con la Linen Hall Library. Altri importanti contributi all'avvio e allo sviluppo di questo progetto sono stati il Center for the Study of Conflict, Educational Services e INCORE, che sta per Initiative on Conflict Resolution and Ethnicity. Il sito include il Sutton Index of Deaths, contenente informazioni su ogni morte avvenuta a seguito del conflitto. Le informazioni sono tratte dal libro di Malcolm Sutton Bear in Mind These Dead, il cui titolo è tratto da una poesia di John Hewitt. Il libro originale di Sutton elencava i decessi dal 1969 al 1993, da allora aggiornato fino al 2001. Le informazioni possono essere visualizzate in ordine cronologico, alfabetico ed è inclusa una funzionalità di ricerca completa. Le informazioni possono anche essere incrociate in base allo stato della vittima, all'organizzazione responsabile e a molte altre variabili. Il dottor Martin Melaugh, il direttore del progetto, ha prodotto una bozza di elenchi di ulteriori decessi legati al conflitto dal 2002 ad oggi. (it)
  • Conflict Archive on the Internet, сокращённо CAIN — информационно-архивный сайт, посвящённый конфликту в Северной Ирландии с момента его начала в 1968 году и по настоящее время. Проект был основан в 1996 году Ольстерским университетом и , сайт был открыт в 1997 году. В архиве содержится информация обо всех ключевых событиях конфликта в Северной Ирландии. Помимо этого, CAIN публикует важнейшую информацию о политических и культурных событиях в Северной Ирландии. По данным сайта, около трети его посетителей — жители Великобритании и/или Ирландии, ещё около трети — жители США, остальные — жители других стран мира. (ru)
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  • Conflict Archive on the Internet, сокращённо CAIN — информационно-архивный сайт, посвящённый конфликту в Северной Ирландии с момента его начала в 1968 году и по настоящее время. Проект был основан в 1996 году Ольстерским университетом и , сайт был открыт в 1997 году. В архиве содержится информация обо всех ключевых событиях конфликта в Северной Ирландии. Помимо этого, CAIN публикует важнейшую информацию о политических и культурных событиях в Северной Ирландии. По данным сайта, около трети его посетителей — жители Великобритании и/или Ирландии, ещё около трети — жители США, остальные — жители других стран мира. (ru)
  • El Conflict Archive on the Internet, CAIN, és una base de dades que conté informació sobre el conflicte d'Irlanda del Nord des del 1968 fins a l'actualitat. El projecte es va iniciar el 1996, i va disposar d'un web des del 1997, amb seu al campus de Magee de la . El nom és una al·lusió al Caín bíblic, que va assassinar el seu germà Abel. (ca)
  • CAIN (Conflict Archive on the Internet) is a database containing information about Conflict and Politics in Northern Ireland from 1968 to the present. The project began in 1996, with the website launching in 1997. The project is based within Ulster University at its Magee campus. The archive chronicles important events during the Troubles, stretching from 1968 until the present day. The name is an allusion to the Biblical Cain, who murdered his brother Abel. (en)
  • CAIN (Conflict Archive on the Internet è un database contenente informazioni sui conflitti e la politica nell'Irlanda del Nord dal 1968 ad oggi. Il progetto è iniziato nel 1996, con il lancio del sito web nel 1997. Il progetto ha sede all'interno dell'Università dell'Ulster nel suo campus di . L'archivio racconta eventi importanti durante i Troubles, dal 1968 ai giorni nostri. Il nome è un'allusione al biblico Caino, che uccise suo fratello Abele. (it)
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