T:BUC Engagement Forum – Good Relations Across the Atlantic

As part of this large forum, Irish FA Community Relations Officer Chris Wright will offer insight into the hugely successful, good relations programme, Connect.

Highlighting its inception during the pandemic, through online only delivery and into face to face and blended delivery, plus the outcomes such as the ambassador programme.

For more information, please contact chris.wright@irishfa.com

NI Sport & Human Rights online forum

As part of their ongoing forum multiple speakers will be in attendance to highlight the pivotal role sport can play in human rights.

Irish FA Foundation Community Relations Officer Chris Wright will deliver a virtual presentation highlighting the recent inaugural Hope Cup, where young participants from various communities from across Northern Ireland came together in the name of BT Sports campaign against online hate, Hope United.

2.30pm – 4.30pm

For more info, please contact chris.wright@irishfa.com

 

Showcase video: NACN – Creative Diversionary Youth Programme

Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council have supported the delivery of a number of Youth Programmes that contribute towards the progression of young people and in creating a more peaceful Borough.

This video showcases the Creative Diversionary Youth Programme delivered by Newtownabbey Arts and Culture Network (NACN).

For more information contact Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council Good Relations team via goodrelations@antrimandnewtownabbey.gov.uk

Showcase video: Summer Outreach Diversionary Programme

Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council have supported the delivery of a number of Youth Programmes that contribute towards the progression of young people and in creating a more peaceful Borough.

This video showcases the Summer Outreach Diversionary Programme delivered by Ionad Teaghlaigh Ghleann Darach.

For more information contact Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council Good Relations team via goodrelations@antrimandnewtownabbey.gov.uk

Atlas Women’s Centre – Poem ‘brighter days ahead’

Early Childhood settings reflect Brighter Days Ahead. Early years settings with a diverse range of practitioners, children and family backgrounds, were invited and encouraged to consider what ‘Brighter Days Ahead’ means to them.

We have captured their creative interpretation of this through the voice of the child and those who care for them, based on the Good Relations Week theme. 

Little Ones Day Nursery – Voice of the Child

Early years settings with a diverse range of practitioners, children and family backgrounds, were invited and encouraged to consider what ‘Brighter Days Ahead’ means to them. We have captured their creative interpretation of this through the voice of the child and those who care for them, based on the Good Relations Week theme. 

Celebrating Diversity using storybooks

Early Years Quality Mentor, Aoife Lacey explains the importance of using story books with young children and how these can be used effectively to support diversity in the early years setting.

Bright Sparks Montessori – Rainbow of Resilience

Early Childhood settings reflect Brighter Days Ahead. Early years settings with a diverse range of practitioners, children and family backgrounds, were invited and encouraged to consider what ‘Brighter Days Ahead’ means to them. We have captured their creative interpretation of this through the voice of the child and those who care for them, based on the Good Relations Week theme.