React Community Relations Week – Virtual Tea-Leaf Reading Class

React will be hosting  hosting two online courses – tea leaf reading and a yoga session – to help bringing people together and learn about other cultures in a relaxing environment.

For more information or to book a space on the Virtual Tea-Leaf Reading Class email: sarah@reactni.org or call: 079 2516 3872.

Celebrating Good Relations in our Borough

This compilation video will highlight the Good Relations work that has been carried out across Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council and focus on how these projects and programmes have changed attitudes and helped to create shared and safe spaces.

This video will highlight the importance of Good Relations through interviews with community groups and other organisations, where they will have the opportunity to share their experiences and views of Good Relations work and their hopes for the future. It will celebrate the positive impact that Good Relations has had during this current unsettling time and provide individuals with hope and positivity for the future.

 

Triangle Community FUNd Armagh

Community FUNd awards starts the delivery of Triangle’s Good Relations Plan in Armagh. 15 local community groups applied for a slice of the £6,000 awards to deliver their cross-community activities. Applicants include Dancing Queens to Men’s Shed.

Awards will be presented by the Lord Mayor, Kevin Savage. Supported by Sport NI.

This is a closed event. 

React Community Relations Week – Virtual Yoga Class Workshop

React will be hosting  hosting two online courses – tea leaf reading and a yoga session – to help bringing people together and learn about other cultures in a relaxing environment.

For more information or to book a space on the Virtual Yoga Class Workshop email: sarah@reactni.org or call: 079 2516 3872.

Stories from the Shadows – Documentary and Discussion

Smashing Times International Centre for the Arts and Equality will present Creative Connections for a Brighter Future, an event using the arts and new digital technologies to promote positive community relations. The event will feature a screening of Stories from the Shadows, a 54-minute television documentary that charts the work of Smashing Times as we carried out The Memory Project over the course of two years in Northern Ireland and border areas in the Republic of Ireland.

The screening will be followed by an online post show discussion on how we can use the materials from the project and creative arts practice in reconciliation work and in developing new education opportunities in peace building and reconciliation.

This is a closed online event.