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Video footage of the residents of the Cathedral Community street party.
The Cathedral Community Street party aims to bring the community residents together by working together to achieve a shared vision – a street party!
Working together towards a common goal improves relations between all residents – young and old and people of different beliefs and backgrounds and promotes an inclusive community.
The street party cultivates a sense of pride in community whilst empowering residents to take responsibility and ownership of their community. It also provides them with a sense of leadership and educational opportunities and promotes emotional health and well-being.
Showcase from Carrowdore Early Years Centre celebrating and embracing the future, engaging in positive community relations with parents, staff team and the wider community with the Media Initiative for Children Respecting Difference Programme.
Shared Education case study. Over 11 years ago, Kilkeel High School embarked on its shared education journey with St Louis Grammar school as part of a the Queen’s University Shared Education Programme.
Shared Education case study. Edenderry Nursery School is located in one of Northern Ireland’s most divided interface areas. In 1998 a partnership was formed with Holy Cross Nursery School in North Belfast.
From the Falls and Shankill areas of Belfast. The film explored the similarities that exist between both communities, in particular the young people. What emerged is how much they have in common and how the issue of mental health transcends all borders, boundaries, walls, barriers. In partnership with Divis Youth, Denmark Street Community Centre, St James Swifts and R-City.
Supported by The Executive Office, Good Relations, TBUC: Together Building United Communities
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 Paddy’s story.