Sport Uniting Communities: Becoming an Inclusive Community Club
Sport Uniting Communities will host an online conference focused on the theme of ‘Becoming an Inclusive Community Club’.
Sport Uniting Communities – which is run by Ulster GAA, the Irish FA and Ulster Rugby – aims to showcase the work of clubs across all three sports in their efforts to becoming inclusive clubs.
Ulster Rugby player, Jacob Stockdale, will join the online event as a special guest, and will talk alongside his local club, Lurgan RFC, on how to create a welcoming set-up for all the community.
To register for the event: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_irTAB6XLSEe1nXkeUAu9eQ
Sport Uniting Communities is supported by the European Union’s PEACE IV Programme and managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB).
Belfast City Council
Sport Uniting Communities
Organiser Bio: The Irish Football Association, Ulster GAA and Ulster Rugby will work together to deliver ‘Sport Uniting Communities’, a 4-year EU PEACE IV funded programme which aims to promote peace and reconciliation The collaboration project between the three bodies hopes to reach 17,000 people of differing backgrounds, particularly across the political divide, with the aim of changing perceptions and building sustained relationships.
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Address: Irish Football Association (Lead Partner) National Football Stadium Donegall Avenue Belfast BT12 6LU
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