The event will showcase the creative work (digital, literacy, artwork) generated by young people that participated in T:BUC-themed projects during Covid. The event will include the launch of the ‘Creative Well Being book’, a key output of the ‘Community of Homes’ project, focused on breaking down barriers and uniting communities.
The event will bring people of different faith traditions together to celebrate a range of projects that young people have participated in to break down barriers and improve attitudes between young people from different backgrounds. It will show models of good practice and act as an inspiration for further development work.
Community Dialogue will host a consensus building workshop event that will provide participants with the opportunity to empower themselves, to become socially engaged, to build a collective vision, and to challenge the attitudes and systems inhibiting their participation in decision-making processes.
Participants will be supported by our skilled facilitators to explore opportunities to have their voices heard, identify issues that matter to them, build consensus around these issues and contribute to cross-community action plans. With subsequent opportunities to share their experiences and ideas directly with local and regional decision-makers and influencers.
Our event will be open and accessible to all and contributes to efforts to evolve an empowered, united, civic voice and participative movement, working to transform a shared vision for the future into reality.
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BCRC officially launches its ‘VOICES- Marking 100 years of Northern Ireland’ publication. This publication is an anthology of all responses and creative work on the 100th Anniversary of Northern Ireland – past, present and hopes for the future.
This is a showcase of poetry, prose, art, commentary from the many voices of local people.
BCRC’s 100 Voices project began with ‘Peace of Me’ Online Visual Exhibition during CRC Good Relations Week 2020 and continued with online songwriting workshops, creative writing sessions, book club on partition, youth voice and women’s civic voice workshops. The project was delivered online due to the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020-21.
Youth work staff and young people will take part together as part of the Mid Ulster Youth voice group to promote Good Relations by engaging in a range of activities and events throughout GR week.
This will include an online social media campaign, addressing cultural barriers, celebrating success and diversity within Mid Ulster and promoting GR within schools and youth settings.
The Holywell Trust will deliver a conference showcasing 3 specific good relations projects of Holywell Trust (Forward Together Podcast, Future Relationship Conversations and Fingerpost) to raise awareness of our core work and the importance of building good relations.
These projects aim to raise awareness of our core work and the importance of building good relations.
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Future Leaders, Future Ambitions is a panel discussion comprised of past and present participants of the Future Leaders Programme.
Bringing a diverse range of opinions and voices together, participants will discuss their aspirations and ambitions for the future of community work and peacebuilding activities in the North-West.
Taste the world offers online cookery demonstrations for 1 hour x 4 weeks (commencing 21 Sep), exploring Indian, Chinese, Polish and Iranian cuisines.
Those completing the 4-week course will later receive a free “Make it at Home Kit” which will include key dry ingredients and recipe cards to recreate the dishes at home.
Food can be a vehicle for sharing culture, stories, and traditions with people from different backgrounds, and enables a greater cultural understanding. Through the medium of food stories and cookery demonstrations from 4 different cultures, facilitators will create a space for participants to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others, better understand different cultures, and eat well.
Registration to participate in this course can be made by contacting Bebhinn McKinley via: Bebhinn.email@example.com or 07714 393918
Join in on this online NI Sports and Human Rights Forum meeting who will be speaking with all major sports and community groups.
Ashfield Boys High School will be running a Human Rights workshop and students from Queens University will be promoting a Climate video.
As part of Good Relations Week 2021, this event will provide an opportunity to bring women from different communities together to take part in a presentation and a brief discussion about living in border areas. Participants will have an opportunity to share their own stories about living in border counties, the challenges they faced, the contributions made, as well as reflect on ways they can continue to build positive and sustainable relationships with other communities.
The event will promote good relations by bringing women from different backgrounds together to share experiences and celebrate positive changes their contributions have made, and encourage ways to continue to build positive and sustainable relationships with other communities.
This event is in person, however can also be joined virtually.