Ideas on how to remember victims of Northern Ireland's violent past are being sought by a cross-community group.
Brian Kennedy favours a museum of remembrance
Healing Through Remembering was set up to help deal with the effects of the Troubles.
Spokesman Alan McBride said they wanted to establish a museum but had not yet decided what form this should take.
Mr McBride's wife and father-in-law were among nine people killed in a bomb in a Shankill Road fish shop in 1993.
Local singer Brian Kennedy is due to meet the group on Wednesday.
He said he hopes the museum can make a difference
"The idea of a museum of remembrance is just such a beautiful idea because, until we start to actually pinpoint some of the things that were really awful and experience it in a community environment, then I think it will take us a lot longer to heal," he said.
"Healing is a wonderful idea, we are stepping away from the wounds.
"The very fact that it is a cross-community activity means that we will just busy ourselves with trying to put together some kind of future from the fragments of the past."