Northern Visions delved into recently recorded footage as well as their community archives to highlight community relations practice over the years and bring it to television screens. The documentary “Footsteps to Peace” marked Good Relations Week 2020, which celebrated 30 years of peace building and cultural diversity.
The documentary was screened on NVTV on Wednesday 16 September at 19.50 and repeated during Good Relations Week. NVTV is available on Freeview 7 in the greater Belfast area and on Virgin Media 159 across Northern Ireland. The documentary will also be available to view online at www.nvtv.co.uk
Extern Positive Learning participants shared their journey through the Extern positive learning, a shared learning space which engages Service users in Good Relations dialogue through there time here.
This is an introduction to the initiative.
An Irish dancing performance by Sree, a 9 year old talented Indian classical dancer. Sree started learning classical Indian dance at the age of 4 and Irish dancing at 6.
Newry Mourne and Down Ethnic Minority Support Centre rolled out a programme of support through information and awareness sessions across the District to ensure that all migrant families feel safe and respected and their life choices will not be influenced by the uncertainty of their future status.
This video compilation showcases the range of information sessions delivered by the Newry Mourne and Down Ethnic Minority Support Centre.
Newry Mourne and Down Ethnic Minority Support Centre rolled out a programme of support through information and awareness sessions across the District to ensure that all migrant families should feel safe and respected and their life choices will not be influenced by uncertainty of their future status.
This video compilation showcases an Evening of Classical Music by the Newry Mourne and Down Ethnic Minority Support Centre.
Marcin Gluch and the pupil of St Colman’s College, Bartosz Tiede played Beethoven, Chopin, and Paderewski to the full house in Sean Hollywood Arts Centre on Sunday the 3rd of February. Mr Jerome Mullen, Polish Honorary Consul and Mr Michael Curran Director of Services Louth County Council accompanied by his wife were amongst the audience of the show.
Multi-Ethnic Sports and Cultures NI (MSCNI) presents a video compilation of how the organisation brings young people of various community backgrounds together and uses dance and performing arts as a medium to help unite irrespective of their race, colour, sex or origin.
A taste of Hungarian folk dance by the Hungarian Association in Northern Ireland that showcased the organisation’s involvement in Good Relations programmes in 2019.
As part of Good Relations Week, we are showcasing the projects that came out of last year’s Good Relations Grant funding from Antrim & Newtownabbey Borough Council.
Monkstown Boxing Club’s Good Relations project originated from the young members of the club. These young people wanted to get outside of their comfort zone and create a group of individuals who weren’t just from Monkstown. They wanted to meet new people from different backgrounds and cultures and learn from that. Out of this, their Good Relations journey started to take shape.
Find out more about their project in this video.
A video of members of the Early Years Network from East Belfast giving an update on their Good Relations work and plans to establish a Good Relations Charter in east Belfast this year.
For more information on the project please contact Rachel Skillen via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Partisan Production intended to contribute to the positive debate around commemoration, specifically in relation to the centenary of Northern Ireland. They offered some examples from our work which attempted to provide opportunities for audiences to consider the complex and often provisional nature of choice in a historical context and to reflect on the degree to which any historical event can be considered ‘finished’ in this society.
By questioning a ‘narrow’ reading of this history, Partisan Productions was seeking to encourage reflection both on the ‘truth’ of history and the degree to which this shapes our contemporary consciousness and the choices we make.
To read the script of the production visit: https://www.dropbox.com/s/gtn69rz6vgz40sh/THE%20MILL%20GIRL%20AND%20THE%20SOLDIER%20.pdf?dl=0
To watch a behind the scenes video of the production visit: https://vimeo.com/106309442/9af1bdb7e4