A famous television advertisement, made in 1992 asked the key question about the Northern Ireland conflict: Why continue to suffer it? 1 At the time, the peace process referred to in the introduction was in its early stages. It was, as it continues to be, torturous and slow. Many of those previously committed to violence took years in considering this question before finding their own reasons as to ‘why’ they should take a path to non-violence. Working towards peace only appeared to make progress with those ‘who genuinely wanted to move on’. 2 At the time of writing, the twentieth anniversary of the Good Friday (Belfast) Agreement, there are still a small number of people who continue to use violence in pursuit of their goals. All efforts to persuade, cajole and to promote non-violence have been resisted. The ‘peace’ walls are still needed and still standing.