Culture, Craic and Chat

Culture, Craic and Chat will be a series of events bringing our diverse student residential community together, gathering their thoughts pre and post living in our beautiful City.

The Past, Present and Future of Peacebuilding: Mary Montague

Mary Montague in conversation reflects on the changing dynamics of Northern Ireland, cultural expression and the path to sustainable peace.

TIDES celebrates it’s 20th anniversary this year, and we are using this opportunity to look back and reflect on our learning and our evolving response to building peace. Join us for a series of conversations with our founders to reflect on the changing dynamics of Northern Ireland, cultural expression and an emerging path to sustainable peace.

In this second session Mary Monatgue will share here learning and relfections from her time at TIDES followed by the opportunity for Q+A.

To book a space please on this Online Event visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-past-present-and-future-of-peacebuilding-mary-montague-tickets-120358311951

Culture, Craic and Chat

Culture, Craic and Chat will be a series of events bringing our diverse student residential community together, gathering their thoughts pre and post living in our beautiful City.

Media Grant Scheme

A discussion with recent recipients of the Community Relation Council’s Media Grant Scheme. Gain an insight into the Media Grant Scheme with this exploration of how the scheme funds innovative media projects, and the challenges faced by the recipients. The Media Grant Scheme is re-opening for applications on 14 September 2020.

Reaching Out

Online interview with Claire Hackett, Falls Community Council; Glen Bradley, Northern Ireland Buisness & Human Rights Forum and Sean Murray, Clonard Residents Association on their experiences of cross community engagement and community outreach.

Reaching Out will explore the concept and value of cross community engagement and outreach through the eyes of community practitioners. They will discuss what impact decades of outreach has had on them personally and in relation to their own political, cultural and Social backgrounds.

Youthscape Celebrating Diversity

Youthscape is a partnership programme delivered by TIDES, South West College and Donegal Youth Service. It will show a series of culturally diverse interviews followed by facilitated discussions for young people aged 16-24.

This fourth and final sessions will be ‘Our Perceptions’ Activity. These will be live zoom sessions delivered in Dungannon, Enniskillen, Omagh, Letterkenny and Ballybofey. They will provide a voice for young people to share their experiences, challenges and hopes for the future.

This is a closed online event. 

 

Youthscape Celebrating Diversity

Youthscape is a partnership programme delivered by TIDES, South West College and Donegal Youth Service. It will show a series of culturally diverse interviews followed by facilitated discussions for young people aged 16-24.

The third in this series features and interview with young Traveller on their experiences and future hopes for the traveller community. These will be live zoom sessions delivered in Dungannon, Enniskillen, Omagh, Letterkenny and Ballybofey. They will provide a voice for young people to share their experiences, challenges and hopes for the future.

This is a closed online event. 

 

Youthscape Celebrating Diversity

Youthscape is a partnership programme delivered by TIDES, South West College and Donegal Youth Service. It will show a series of culturally diverse interviews followed by facilitated discussions for young people aged 16-24.

The second in this series features an interview with a participant living with a disability and looks at living through COVID and their future journey of navigating life. These will be live zoom sessions delivered in Dungannon, Enniskillen, Omagh, Letterkenny and Ballybofey. They will provide a voice for young people to share their experiences, challenges and hopes for the future.

This is a closed online event. 

Celebrating Community Diversity

The Hindu Association Derry~Londonderry presents a series of  pre-recorded interviews with people from the Indian community and their experiences of relocating to Derry ~ Londonderry. These interviews will consist of people of all ages how they felt about integrating into the local community and how they celebrate their culture.

The politics of identity with Lord Patten

Lord Patten of Barnes’ speech earlier this year in Belfast City Hall to mark the 20th anniversary of the Equality Commission and the NI Human Rights Commission touched on his memories of Dr Ian Paisley when he first came to Northern Ireland, and talks about the reform of policing and Northern Ireland’s changing society.

Content filmed and edited by Alan Meban