Good Relations Week 2021 Events


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Day 1 of 5 – Culture and Identity: 100 years and beyond podcast

In the centenary year since the creation of Northern Ireland, members of the NICCY Youth Panel, in partnership with the Nerve Centre and the Making the Future Project, created a series of podcasts, sharing their personal thoughts on culture and identity. This podcast by Ellie is the first of 4 to be shared throughout the week.

Organiser: NI Commissioner for Children and Young People

11:00 am
20
Sep

Belfast Health & Social Care Trust present : Ethnic Minorities Staff Network Bite size Podcast

Ethnic Minorities Staff Network Podcasts, topics include Covid-19 vaccine, working safely during the pandemic, leadership and career progression and anti-racism in social work practice.

Organiser: Belfast Health and Social Care Trust

9:00 am
20
Sep

‘To The Beat of the Drum’ Podcast 1: The Next Generation

The 1st in our week of podcasts looks at 'The Next Generation.' where we are joined people from the ages of 16-18 who express their culture positively and where they see the future.

Organiser: Londonderry Bands Forum

7:00 pm
20
Sep

Day 2 of 5 – Culture and Identity: 100 years and beyond Podcast

Day 2 of 5: In recognition of the UNCRC and children and young people rights to celebrate their culture, NICCY and its Youth Panel looked at the right of the child to explore and celebrate their cultural identity and to recognise the right of others to celebrate theirs. In this centenary year since the creation of Northern Ireland, members of the NICCY Youth Panel, in partnership with the Nerve Centre and the Making the Future Project, created a series of podcasts, sharing their personal thoughts on culture and identity. This podcast by Hanna is the second of 4 to be shared throughout the week.

Organiser: NI Commissioner for Children and Young People

11:00 am
21
Sep

‘To The Beat of the Drum’ Podcast 2: An Outside Perspective

The 2nd in our week of podcasts features Sean French, a PHD student from Cambridge University who is studying about marching bands. Find out what Sean knew about bands before his studies and has learnt in the last few months as he integrates himself into the Northern Ireland marching band scene.

Organiser: Londonderry Bands Forum

7:00 pm
21
Sep

JoinHer Network presents Podcast Discussion “Who can become a Catalyst For Change?”

JoinHer presents a podcast discussion exploring who can become a Catalyst For Change. This is the third event as part of JoinHer Network's Good Relations Week programme of activities.

Organiser: JoinHer Network CIC

11:00 am
22
Sep

Day 3 of 5 – Culture and Identity: 100 years and beyond podcast

Day 3 of 5: In recognition of the UNCRC and children and young people rights to celebrate their culture, NICCY and its Youth Panel looked at the right of the child to explore and celebrate their cultural identity and to recognise the right of others to celebrate theirs. In the centenary year since the creation of Northern Ireland, members of the NICCY Youth Panel, in partnership with the Nerve Centre and the Making the Future Project, created a series of podcasts, sharing their personal thoughts on culture and identity. This podcast by Alexandra is the third of 4 to be shared throughout the week

Organiser: NI Commissioner for Children and Young People

11:00 am
22
Sep

‘To The Beat of the Drum’ Podcast (Special Bonus Event) – Hamilton Flute Band in Concert at the Siamsa Sraide Festival Swinford

This podcast looks back at the 2019 Síamsa Sráide Street Festival Swinford as the Hamilton Flute Band participate in a Concert and Street Parade in Swinford County Mayo.

Organiser: Londonderry Bands Forum

8:30 pm
22
Sep

Day 4 of 5 – Culture and Identity: 100 years and beyond podcast

Day 4 of 5: In recognition of the UNCRC and children and young people rights to celebrate their culture, NICCY and its Youth Panel looked at the right of the child to explore and celebrate their cultural identity and to recognise the right of others to celebrate theirs. In the centenary year since the creation of Northern Ireland, members of the NICCY Youth Panel, in partnership with the Nerve Centre and the Making the Future Project, created a series of podcasts, sharing their personal thoughts on culture and identity. This podcast by Rebecca is the fourth and final podcast to be shared this the week.

Organiser: NI Commissioner for Children and Young People

11:00 am
23
Sep

‘To The Beat of the Drum’ Podcast 4: Band Life During & After Lockdown

 The 4th in our week of podcasts looks at 'Band Life During and After Lockdown' this podcast looks at how band life halted for so many in March 2020 and how bands did virtual performances and the challenges in bringing the band back in Summer 2021.

Organiser: Londonderry Bands Forum

7:00 pm
23
Sep

‘To The Beat of the Drum’ Podcast 5: Women in Bands Podcast

The 5th and final Podcast for Community Relations Council Good Relations Week sees Julie Porter of the Churchill Flute band take over as host to explore Women in Marching Bands. This podcast looks at female members of bands and what it was like for them to join a male perceived environment and how they enjoy participating in band culture.

Organiser: Londonderry Bands Forum

7:00 pm
24
Sep