Good Relations Week 2021 Events


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Youth In Action, Short Film – Rio Ferdinand Foundation

The first Youth In Action film is fruit of a collaboration between the NI Hyatt (a local Syrian led community organisation), the Rio Ferdinand Foundation and the UEFA Foundation to train and support young people to take a lead in tackling inequality and racism in their own communities in Northern Ireland and Ireland.

Organiser: NI HYATT

11:00 am
20
Sep

The Emigrant Woman’s Tale – A Film by Alistair Livingstone

The Light Theatre Company will screen the 'Emigrant Woman's Tale' film for a cross-community audience with a discussion about emigration/immigration, memories of the Troubles and the Cold War.

Organiser: The Light Theatre Company

7:30 pm
20
Sep

An Ulster Gaelic Bible Film

This event tracks the journey taken by a well-known working-class unionist, Brian Ervine, whose Christian beliefs led him to take an interest in a Bible in the Ulster dialect of the Irish language.

Organiser: East Belfast Mission

1:00 pm
20
Sep

‘Inspire Us’ Competition

We want your ideas! Get involved in creating a Good Relations advertising campaign for Causeway Coast and Glens, make it your own!

Organiser: Causeway Coast & Glens Borough Council

11:00 am
20
Sep

Film Premiere of ‘Integrate Education through the eyes of young people’

The film "Integrated Education … through the eyes of young people" will be premiered at the QFT followed by a panel discussion on the nature of integrated education. The film and discussion will explore the nature of good relations through an integrated schooling system.

Organiser: The Integrated Education Fund

10:30 am
21
Sep

Young Hearts and Minds Conference 2021

This promotional video for Action Trama's Youth Conference: Young Hearts and Minds. This is a one-day conference which will be held on the 20th & 21st October at the La Mon Hotel.

Organiser: Action Trauma

6:10 pm
22
Sep

The Female Eye: Film Launch

The premiere of a series of short films created by women in the northwest during a smartphone filmmaking programme delivered by PRONI as part of the Making the Future project.

Organiser: Public Record Office of Northern Ireland

7:00 pm
22
Sep

CONOR

Partisan Production presents a promo video for CONOR (not his real name), a short animated film that highlights the devastating impact of “paramilitary-style attacks” on victims, their families and wider society.

Organiser: Partisan Productions

12:00 pm
22
Sep

Wave Goodbye to Dinosaurs Film Screening

NI Rural Women's Network partnered with Rural Community Network will be screening - 'Wave Goodbye to Dinosaurs'.

Organiser: Rural Community Network

7:00 pm
23
Sep

Free outdoor screening of Gnomeo & Juliet (2011)

Free outdoor screening of Gnomeo & Juliet movie (cert U). This comical animated re-boot of Shakespeare’s play takes place in a world of warring garden gnomes but this doesn’t stop Gnomeo & Juliet from falling in love. Will they have a future together?

Organiser: Causeway Coast & Glens Borough Council

25
Sep

Border Sounds VR Film Launch

This event will showcase 'Border Sounds, an immersive new film experience based on the real-life locations and experiences of people who live on or near the border 100 years on from the anniversary of its creation.

Organiser: Public Record Office of Northern Ireland

2:30 pm
25
Sep