Co production of Good relations statement for HSC Trusts

Join us for this online event via ZOOM to discuss and agree on elements to include in a Good Relations statement to be produced for regional Health and Social Care Trusts. The output will inform the publication of a jointly produced regional Good Relations statement for regional HSC Trusts, to be prominently displayed and adhered to.

This is a closed online event. 

Indian Culture Workshop

YMCA Lononderry and Sarika Art is inviting young people to come along and learn about Indian culture. This workshop is aimed at young children and will be an opportunity for them to experience different cultures and cuisines.

This event is for registered members of the youth programme only. 

25th Anniversary of REACH Across

2020 is the 25th Anniversary of REACH Across and our event will focus on re-connecting former volunteers and staff who assisted in our cross-community contact and Good Relations programmes.

The event to be held at the Nerve Centre in Derry~Londonderry will start with a video of our cross-community projects and Good Relations courses over the past 25 years. It will be followed by a debate focusing on the impact and challenges of Good Relations work, as well as informal storytelling about incidents, comments and memories of our programmes.

This is a closed event. 

Multi Cultural Celebration

Culmore Community Partnership will be hosting a vibrant event celebrating cultural diversity in our area. Join us at Victoria Hall for a multi-cultural celebration of dance, music, discussion, crafts and food. Everyone is welcome!

To book your place at the celebration please contact Una Cooper via email: unacooper70@outlook.com. 

Social distancing guidelines will be adhered to.

Chinese Culture Workshop

YMCA Lononderry and Sarika Art is inviting young people to come along and learn about Chinese culture. This workshop is aimed at young children and will be an opportunity for them to experience different cultures and cuisines.

This event is for registered members of the youth programme only. 

Maximum 30 people can attend this event.

 

Mid Harvest Celebration

Saipak will host an online lantern making workshop to celebrate their Mid Harvest. This is an opportunity to get creative and learn about Chinese traditions.

For more information please contact Nikki Yau via emil: saipakcca@gmail.com

 

 

 

Growing Ideas

St. Columb’s Park House is inviting groups who would like to use our space more or get involved in our programmes to a participate in hands on ‘growing ideas’ workshop.

The organisation values your opinions and experience and would like to listen to how we can ensure our spaces and programmes are inclusive and accessible for all groups. St Columb’s Park wants to know how best to meet the needs of local group and what actions it can take to contribute towards peaceful and healthy communities.

To attend the workshop please contact Helen Henderson via Tel: 02871343080 or email: helen@stcolumbsparkhouse.org

 

 

 

 

Preparing the ground for cooperation and partnership

St Columb’s Park House is hosting an event to officially launch their 25 year strategic plan and they would like to invite groups and organisations who would have an interest in working together towards a common purpose in the future. This event aims to create a space for groups to explore synergies and opportunities to be more impactful through collaborative working.

To attend this event please contact  Helen Henderson on Tel: 028 7134 3080 or email: helen@stcolumbsparkhouse.org

The times we are in: How can we respond well?

St Columbs Park House is inviting people who work within the peace sector and on the fringes of it to come together for a collective conversation about how good relations and peace work can adapt to the current context we are operating in.

This outdoor event aims to create a conversation between people and organisations who work in and around the themes of peace and good relations to share how the sector and our practice is changing. We will take some time to notice the times we are in and use the 3 horizons model to help us make sense of the multi-layered context. We will explore ways to find hope and responses that value the well-ness of practitioners and the people we work with and for.

To book a space for this event please email: helen@stcolumbsparkhouse.org or jim@communitydialogue.org