TBUC Young Ambassadors – Declaration of Human Rights for Sport – Rwanda
This element of the Uniting Communities programme ensures that a high quality and standardised training package is delivered to Young Leaders across all Uniting Communities areas.
The accredited training package has been specifically designed to enable Young Leaders to develop and progress to reach their full potential. After graduating from a Uniting Communities programme, there are opportunities for young leaders to take their leadership training to the next level and take on a new role of ‘Ambassador’. As an Ambassador, the Young Leader will act on behalf of Uniting Communities Programme to engage, encourage, and inspire other young people to make positive changes in their own lives and inspire others in their community.
Ambassadors will also include local individuals who are held in high regard by a community for a particular achievement or success or whose life stories are inspirational to others.
Belfast City Council
Department for Communities
Organiser Bio: The Department for Communities is a government department in the Northern Ireland Executive. It is responsible for urban regeneration, community and voluntary sector development, historic environment, social legislation, housing, social security benefits, pensions and child support, debt advice, public records, Employment Service, promoting equality, and development of arts and culture.
Contact Name: Cormac Galbraith
Contact Number: 028 90515011
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Address: Level 7 Causeway Exchange 1-7 Bedford Street Belfast BT2 7EG
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