Good Relations Week 2020 Events


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Youth4Peace Agents of Change – TARANOM

Beyond Skin presents a series of short videos produced by 3 Forty Five Films featuring conversations and creative activities with young people involved in youth4peace Northern Ireland – an initiative implementing UN Resolution 2250 on Youth, Peace and Security.  In this film we meet TARANOM,15, a young musician who joined the Afghan Women’s Orchestra at the age of 10, now living in Finland.

Organiser: Beyond Skin

9:00 am
14
Sep

YOUTH4PEACE AGENTS OF CHANGE – KACPER

Beyond Skin presents a series of short videos produced by 3 Forty Five Films featuring conversations and creative activities with young people involved in youth4peace Northern Ireland – an initiative implementing UN Resolution 2250 on Youth, Peace and Security. In this film, we meet KACPER, a Heavy Metal fan, talking about how music has helped him make Belfast his new home.

Organiser: Beyond Skin

9:00 am
14
Sep

Unsettled Dust (Commemoration or Celebration)

Partisan Production intendeds to contribute to the positive debate around commemoration, specifically in relation to the upcoming centenary of Northern Ireland.

Organiser: Partisan Productions

4:00 pm
14
Sep

This is Home

A reading by the Rostrevor Writers Group in the Church Cafe in Rostrevor.

Organiser: The Light Theatre Company

4:00 pm
14
Sep

The War to End All Wars – Over the Top

A virtual art exhibition showcasing photos from a site visit to the Battlefields of the Somme and Messines.

Organiser: Rural Community Network

9:00 am
14
Sep

The Fiddle and Fife

The Fiddle and Fife Project in Mid and East Antrim aims to promote and preserve our rich local musical and cultural heritage through the exhibition and preservation of artefacts, video, photographic, and audio recording.

Organiser: Mid & East Antrim Borough Council

9:00 am
14
Sep

Teachers Conference for Shared Education

A video from the first Teachers' Shared Education conference organised by Causeway Coast & Glens Borough Council Good Relations team in March 2019

Organiser: Causeway Coast & Glens Borough Council

10:00 am
14
Sep

Taste of Hungarian folk dance by HUNI folk dance group

A taste of Hungarian folk dance by the Hungarian Association in Northern Ireland that showcases the organisation's involvement in Good Relations programmes in 2019.

Organiser: Hungarian Association of NI

9:00 am
14
Sep

Real Eyes | Realise | Real Lies : A Photographic Exhibition

In March 2019, Larne Museum & Arts Centre hosted a photographic exhibition by Millbrook Youth Group entitled ‘Real Eyes | Realise | Real Lies’. Supported by the Education Authority, a group of young men aged 17-19 from Millbrook, Larne, completed an OCN in Good Relations and Cultural Diversity.

Organiser: Mid & East Antrim Borough Council

9:00 am
14
Sep

Newry, Mourne & Down Ethnic Minority Centre – Information Sessions

This video compilation showcases the range of information sessions delivered by the Newry Mourne and Down Ethnic Minority Support Centre. 

Organiser: Newry, Mourne & Down District Council

12:00 pm
14
Sep

Newry, Mourne & Down Ethnic Minority Centre – Evening of Classical Music

This video compilation showcases an Evening of Classical Music by the Newry Mourne and Down Ethnic Minority Support Centre.

Organiser: Newry, Mourne & Down District Council

12:00 pm
14
Sep

Newry, Mourne & Down Ethnic Minority Centre – Arts Exhibition

This video compilation showcases the launch of  Newry Mourne and Down Ethnic Minority Support Centre's ‘Art Together’ Exhibition of new paintings by local and Eastern European artists.

Organiser: Newry, Mourne & Down District Council

12:00 pm
14
Sep

Millbrook Youth Group: A Photographic Exhibition

In March 2016, Larne Museum & Arts Centre hosted a photographic exhibition by Millbrook Youth Group. Supported by the Education Authority, young people from Millbrook, Larne, completed a Good Relations course in August 2014.

Organiser: Mid & East Antrim Borough Council

9:00 am
14
Sep

Hungarian Association of NI Good Relations Adventures 2019

Hungarian Association of NI showcases how they enjoyed the Good Relation programmes 2019. Sit back and enjoy.

Organiser: Hungarian Association of NI

9:00 am
14
Sep

Gracehill Gardens

The many gardens of Gracehill and Galgorm, Ballymena, featured in this video demonstrate how a community is enhanced by nature and how gardening is good for the soul.

Organiser: Gracehill Village Environmental Committee

9:00 am
14
Sep

Good Relations over 30 years

A hand-picked selection from Northern Ireland Screen’s Digital Film Archive to showcase and celebrate the work of people and communities in creating and sustaining good relations in Northern Ireland from 1990.

Organiser: NI Screen

12:00 pm
14
Sep

Celebrating our Journeys, Embracing our Futures with Extern Positive Learnings – Introduction

Extern Positive Learning participants share their journey through the Extern positive learning, a shared learning space which engages Service users in Good Relations dialogue through there time here.

Organiser: Extern Positive Learning

4:00 pm
14
Sep

Celebrating Our Journey, Embracing our Future through Good Relations

A video presentation of Fermanagh and Omagh District Council's Good Relations Programme 2019/2020 showcasing its Good Relations events and programmes organised in the Council area in the past year.

Organiser: Fermanagh & Omagh District Council

10:00 am
14
Sep

Celebrating Good Relations in MEA: P7 Schools Engagement Programme

As part of our P7 Schools Engagement Programme, we developed a short video explaining the Good Relations programme and what it is trying to achieve for the Borough. This short film will be included in the virtual package which is being developed for 2020/21.

Organiser: Mid & East Antrim Borough Council

9:00 am
14
Sep

Celebrating Good Relations in MEA: Exploring Our Space – Andrew Jackson Cottage

The Exploring our Space programme commenced in 2017 and is increasingly popular. The programme aims at introducing spaces and places within Mid and East Antrim that would not traditionally be visited by people from different community backgrounds.

Organiser: Mid & East Antrim Borough Council

9:00 am
14
Sep

Blueprint: From Ghana to Ardglass

Beyond Skin and Ardglass Gaelic Club present a short film and photography exhibition celebrating the inclusive community spirit with fishermen from the indigenous community and Ghanaian community in Ardglass. 

Organiser: Beyond Skin

9:00 am
14
Sep

Ards and North Down Borough Council Good Relations Showcase 2015-2020

A compilation of photographs and videos from Ards and North Down Borough Councils’ Good Relations programmes from 2015 to 2020.

Organiser: Ards and North Down Borough Council

10:00 am
14
Sep

#ArtsDialogue – Music is the Dialogue

A fly on the wall documentary capturing a day with members of #ArtsDialogue, an international intergenerational collective of musicians, artists, producers, writers & peace activists.

Organiser: Beyond Skin

9:00 am
14
Sep

‘From Around the World’ Dance Programme

Grab your dancing shoes and celebrate cultural diversity with Fermanagh and Omagh District Council's series of unique video dance tutorials from countries including Bulgaria, China, India, Ireland, Japan, Latvia, Malaysia, Poland and Scotland.

Organiser: Fermanagh & Omagh District Council

12:00 pm
14
Sep

Taste of Culture

A video from Summer 2018 of two Taste of Culture events celebrating cultural diversity & promoting shared space within the Causeway Coast & Glens Borough Council area.

Organiser: Causeway Coast & Glens Borough Council

10:00 am
15
Sep

Good Relations Grant Aid 2020 Showcase – BEAM Creative Network

An online demonstration of how Good Relations Grant Aid has been showcased in 2020 throughout Antrim & Newtownabbey Borough Council.

Organiser: Antrim & Newtownabbey Borough Council

4:30 pm
15
Sep

Good Relations at EastSide Learning

A video of members of the Early Years Network from east Belfast giving an update on their Good Relations work and plans to establish a Good Relations Charter in east Belfast this year.

Organiser: EastSide Partnership

11:00 am
15
Sep

Celebrating Springboard’s Journey

Springboard Opportunities presents a compilation video that looks back on the organisation’s work in 2020 that has created opportunities for young people to come together to build peace and promote mutual understanding for a better future.

Organiser: Springboard Opportunities Limited

2:00 pm
15
Sep

Celebrating Good Relations in MEA: Community Relations Week 2017

Mid & East Antrim Borough Council takes a look back on the events delivered during Community Relations Week 2017.

Organiser: Mid & East Antrim Borough Council

9:00 am
15
Sep

Footsteps to Peace – 30 years of Community Relations

Northern Visions delves into recently recorded footage as well as their community archives to highlight community relations practice over the years and bring it to television screens. The documentary “Footsteps to Peace” will mark Good Relations Week 2020, which celebrates 30 years of peace building and cultural diversity.

Organiser: NVTV

7:50 pm
16
Sep

Celebrating Good Relations in MEA: Holocaust Memorial Day Remembered

This video is a selection of photographs from Holocaust Memorial Day events which have been delivered by Council in the Mid and East Antrim area over the years.

Organiser: Mid & East Antrim Borough Council

9:00 am
16
Sep

Celebrating Good Relations in MEA: GR Week 2019

Mid & East Antrim Borough Council takes a look back on the events delivered during Good Relations Week in 2019.

Organiser: Mid & East Antrim Borough Council

9:00 am
16
Sep

Celebrating Good Relations in MEA: #embRACE Week 2018

#embRACE Week celebrates the diversity and culture of the Borough. It takes places in February every year as a bespoke MEA celebrating diversity programme which promotes the rich heritage, culture and traditions of MEA.

Organiser: Mid & East Antrim Borough Council

9:00 am
16
Sep

Showcase of music created on Cultural Harmony Community Engagement Programme

A showcase of Cultural Harmony, exploring music against the backdrop of conflict in the music scene of Northern Ireland in the 70s and 80s. With inputs from prominent figures in the local music scene including John O’Neill and Stuart Bailie, the project brought about thoughtful conversations about music, memory and identity.

Organiser: Making the Future

2:30 pm
17
Sep

Good Relations Grant Aid 2020 Showcase – Monkstown Boxing Club

An online demonstration of how Good Relations Grant Aid has been showcased in 2020 throughout Antrim & Newtownabbey Borough Council.

Organiser: Antrim & Newtownabbey Borough Council

2:00 pm
17
Sep

Celebrating Good Relations in MEA: #embRACE Week 2019

#embRACE Week celebrates the diversity and culture of the Borough. It takes places in February every year as a bespoke MEA celebrating diversity programme which promotes the rich heritage, culture and traditions of MEA.

Organiser: Mid & East Antrim Borough Council

9:00 am
17
Sep

Richard Hayward’s East Antrim Pt3: In Praise of Ulster (Back Home in Ireland)

As part of Good Relations Week, we continue to explore the life and work of Richard Hayward. Hayward made a considerable number of cultural history and travel documentaries.

Organiser: Mid & East Antrim Borough Council

2:00 pm
18
Sep

Mini Mela Culture Event

A video compilation showcasing residents of Sion Mills, along with Sion Mills Community Association, being treated to on street performances from ArtsEkta.

Organiser: Rural Housing Association

9:00 am
18
Sep

Celebrating Good Relations in our Borough

This compilation video will highlight the Good Relations work that has been carried out across Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council and focus on how these projects and programmes have changed attitudes and helped to create shared and safe spaces.

Organiser: Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council

3:00 pm
18
Sep

Our Lives, Our Journey, Our Culture – Performing Arts/Dance

Multi-Ethnic Sports and Cultures NI (MSCNI) presents a video compilation of how the organisation brings young people of various community backgrounds together and uses dance and performing arts as a medium to help unite irrespective of their race, colour, sex or origin. 

Organiser: Multi-Ethnic Sports and Cultures NI (MSCNI)

2:00 pm
19
Sep

Border Stories

Extracts from the 'Border Stories' show, told through a fusion of poetry and song. The performance aims to raise awareness of diversity, giving a voice to immigrant communities, while showing similarities with stories of local people.

Organiser: The Light Theatre Company

12:00 pm
19
Sep

Children from ethnic minority embraces the local culture

An Irish dancing performance by Sree, a 9 year old talented Indian classical dancer. Sree started learning classical Indian dance at the age of 4 and Irish dancing at 6.

Organiser: Belfast Asian Women's Academy

5:00 pm
20
Sep

Celebrating Good Relations in MEA: Rwandan Dream Project 2017

Project worked with young people between 15-18 – youth leaders and leaders in communities. Project looked at differences, embraced diversity, and drew on the comparisons of Rwanda and NI. It looked at developing initiatives for peace and reconciliation though the good practice of Genocide and Holocaust education, through intercultural arts.

Organiser: Mid & East Antrim Borough Council

9:00 am
20
Sep

“Our Leaders, Lead”

This event is a virtual showcase of the excellent work TAMHI young leaders do across the most disadvantaged parts of North Belfast to further Good Relations and tackle social exclusion while promoting shared space.

Organiser: T.A.M.H.I

6:00 pm
21
Sep