This Is Me – Photographic Exhibition

Photographic exhibition of items of personal significance or that have been of comfort during the pandemic.

During Library Hours at Belfast Central Library.

History of the Headstones Tour

A cross community tour of Derry City Cemetery suitable for all age groups. Learn the history of our people and City where every headstone has a tale to tell. A tour like no other that encounters our Edwardian and Victorian industrialists, philanthropists, criminals and poor. Hear tales of love, hate, politics and adventure, world wars, plagues and heroism. All in a beautiful setting overlooking the City and River Foyle.

For more information, please contact jpbreslin@outlook.com

Shared Learning Educational Visit

15 young people from Strabane Town will get the opportunity to be involved in an educational trip to two museums in Derry City. This will allow the young people to see both sides of the political/religious divide via these local museums and learn about some of our history which will help to increase their understanding of community belonging.

For more info, contact Co-ordinatorfscda@hotmail.com

Pathways to Peace – Portadown Walking Tour

Walking tour of Portadown, bringing young people across the interface and visiting areas of their town they have never been before.

Young people will see areas of division and contested spaces, reflecting on the relevance of these contested spaces today, and highlighting the importance of the shared spaces that exist

The young people participating will be from different community backgrounds (PUL, CNR and BME), they will be visiting areas of the town they may not have been before and crossing the interface together. Through this walking tour we will identify key areas of division in the town, such as the peace walls, flags, murals, bonfire sites and marching routes, helping young people understand the significance of these and reflect on the relevance of these contested spaces today.

To find out more, contact – aoibhin@youthlink.org.uk or call 02890323217

Visit the Youthlink Website –  http://www.youthlink.org.uk/