Radius Housing in partnership with Clanmill and The Hub will host a cultural parade through the streets of Cookstown will be followed by live performances. Food and entertainment for children.
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Over the last fifty years the ISE has been involved in many diverse programmes both academically and in the community. We celebrate fifty years of research into building peace, reconciliation and understanding.
The contributors at the conference are Dr John Feehan, MRIA, academic and conservationist, Lorna Gold, advocate and theologian, and Jonny Hanson, practising farmer.
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Primary and Post-primary schools in Urban Villages areas of Belfast and Derry/Londonderry and their surrounding areas will celebrate their achievements and be presented their awards by the Belfast City of Sanctuary, the Education Authority and The Executive Office. Pupils and students will share some of their experiences throughout their Schools of Sanctuary journey.
This is a closed Event.
Stories of how rural communities showed pure resilience through the Covid 19 pandemic and the work they undertook either voluntary or paid to assist those most in need when they needed support most.
This event outlined a series of online interviews with the participants who engaged in the project which can be viewed on the Rural Community Network website: www.ruralcommunitynetwork.org
Celebrating Our Journey, Embracing our Future’ through Good Relations is a video presentation of Fermanagh and Omagh District Council’s Good Relations Programme 2019/2020.
Fermanagh and Omagh District Council launched a ‘Celebrating Our Journey, Embracing our Future’ video to showcase its Good Relations events and programmes organised in the Council area in the past year.