Welcome to Good Relations Week 2020
Good Relations Week 2020 takes place from Monday 14th to Monday 21st September 2020 and it’s going to be a little different.
This year we have created a virtual showcase of over 150 online events and digital content that celebrates 30 years of peace building and cultural diversity.
Our virtual programme will include online workshops, Zoom lectures, online panel discussions, podcasts, digital storytelling and virtual exhibitions.
Huge thanks to all local groups and organisations who’ve helped us put together a dynamic programme of virtual entertainment for you to enjoy.
Whatever you do, don’t miss it!
Jacqueline Irwin CEO Community Relations Council
This is a big year as we celebrate 30 years of outstanding community relations work, and we are determined to deliver an online experience that will bring the magic of Good Relations Week into people’s livesRead Full Article
Celebrating Our Journey, Embracing Our Future
Good Relations Week 2020 is ‘Celebrating Our Journey, Embracing Our Future.’ with over 150 online events and digital content that will virtually showcase 30 years of peace building and cultural diversity in Northern Ireland.
Shaping Peace Together
Celebrate and reflect on Shaping Peace Together with inspirational and motivational poems, prayers and music from the Northern Ireland Interfaith Forum and the 4 Corners Festival.
The times we are in: How can we respond well?
St Columbs Park House is inviting people who work within the peace sector to come together for a collective conversation about how good relations and peace work can adapt to the current context we are operating in.
STARS Celebrating Good Relations Week
The STARS project will be hosting a podcast that will feature conversational pieces around some of the key themes relating to good relations.
Online interview with Claire Hackett, Falls Community Council; Glen Bradley, Northern Ireland Buisness & Human Rights Forum and Sean Murray, Clonard Residents Association on their experiences of cross community engagement and community outreach.
Conflict, Peace: Our Journey, Our Future
Causeway Coast and Glen's Borough Council’s Good Relations Programme is delighted to invite you to an innovative virtual tour of the "Conflict, Peace: Our Journey, Our Future in collaboration with Conflict Textiles Curator Roberta Bacic.
LIVING GREEN PICTURES brings together art and agriculture as a language of life and sustainability through a series of six online workshops in English & Spanish.
Journeying in Lurgan
Shankill Parish Caring Association (SPCA) presents a podcast that will follow the journey of the partnership between Shared Education Programme in Lurgan - Lurgan College and St. Ronan's College and Jethro Centre Lurgan - as they explored embedding SEP Lurgan within wider community in Lurgan.