Good Relations Week 2020 Events


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To the Beat of the Drum Podcast – Life in Lockdown

A series of 5 podcasts looking at the work of the Bands Forum over the past 10 years and its work during lockdown. This episode is presented by Andrew Lynch & Stephen Porter and looks at how our work adapted because of Covid 19

Organiser: Londonderry Bands Forum

1:00 pm
14
Sep

Culture, Craic and Chat

Culture, Craic and Chat will be a series of events bringing our diverse student residential community together, gathering their thoughts pre and post living in our beautiful City.

Organiser: Ulster University

6:00 pm
14
Sep

Bloody Foreigners

Talk by Maciek Bator on the history of the Polish Air Force in the Battle of Britain and throughout the Second World War in the West.

Organiser: Rural Community Network

7:00 pm
14
Sep

To the Beat of the Drum Podcast – #FitToMarch

A series of 5 podcasts looking at the work of the Bands Forum over the past 10 years and its work during lockdown. This episode looks at our successful #FitToMarch initiative which attracted 435 walkers from 33 bands across Northern Ireland and Scotland

Organiser: Londonderry Bands Forum

1:00 pm
15
Sep

Culture, Craic and Chat

Culture, Craic and Chat will be a series of events bringing our diverse student residential community together, gathering their thoughts pre and post living in our beautiful City.

Organiser: Ulster University

6:00 pm
15
Sep

Celebrating our Journeys, Embracing our Futures with Extern Positive Learnings – Munadel’s Story

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

6:00 pm
15
Sep

A panel discussion on ethical remembering

A panel discussion on ethical remembering, 50 years on from the start of the Troubles – chaired by Tim Attwood with Seamus Farrell (The Junction), Maureen Hetherington (The Junction), Dr Gladys Ganiel (Queen’s University Belfast), Nelson McCausland (commentator and former DUP MLA). Organised by West Belfast Civil Rights Commemoration Committee in association with Slugger O’Toole.

Organiser: Imagine! Festival of Ideas & Politics

10:00 am
15
Sep

Who do you think you are? The advantages of a geographic DNA project

" A digital talk that will employ DNA sampling and genealogical training workshops to promote discussion about cultural identity. Exploring how DNA projects with a geographic focus can be used to celebrate community identity and bring cultural tourism benefits." The video will be stored (and made available as a legacy of the programme) on the Northern Ireland Community Archive (www.niarchive.org).

Organiser: Causeway Coast & Glens Borough Council

10:00 am
16
Sep

To the Beat of the Drum Podcast – Spring into Tune

A series of 5 podcasts looking at the work of the Bands Forum over the past 10 years and its work during lockdown. This episode looks at the Londonderry Bands Forum education and outreach work and also the outreach of the North West Cultural Partnership.

Organiser: Londonderry Bands Forum

1:00 pm
16
Sep

Media Initiative for Children programme embraces online delivery to continue to support parents

Aoife Lacey, Early Years Quality Mentor provides an insight into what parents can expect from the parent workshops a part of the evidence-informed MIFC Respecting Difference programme

Organiser: Early Years - the organisation for young children

4:00 pm
16
Sep

Culture, Craic and Chat

Culture, Craic and Chat will be a series of events bringing our diverse student residential community together, gathering their thoughts pre and post living in our beautiful City.

Organiser: Ulster University

6:00 pm
16
Sep

Celebrating our Journeys, Embracing our Futures with Extern Positive Learnings – John’s Story

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

6:00 pm
16
Sep

To the Beat of the Drum Podcast – The 3rd Degree

A series of 5 podcasts looking at the work of the Bands Forum over the past 10 years and its work during lockdown. This episode interviews local student Alex Dougherty looking at studying in lockdown and her future prospects.

Organiser: Londonderry Bands Forum

1:00 pm
17
Sep

Integrated Education: Embracing Our Future

The Integrated Education Fund presents a pre-recorded online discussion sharing different perspectives on choosing integrated education and the journey experienced as a result of this.

Organiser: The Integrated Education Fund

3:30 pm
17
Sep

Culture, Craic and Chat

Culture, Craic and Chat will be a series of events bringing our diverse student residential community together, gathering their thoughts pre and post living in our beautiful City.

Organiser: Ulster University

6:00 pm
17
Sep

Celebrating our Journeys, Embracing our Futures with Extern Positive Learnings – Paddy’s Story

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

6:00 pm
17
Sep

Beyond Belfast Rural Practitioners Programme

Reflective practice session with rural practitioners in the Good Relations field, looking at past, present and future. They will be joined by a board member of the Community Relations Council for this discussion.

Organiser: Rural Community Network

10:00 am
17
Sep

Art in Place of Conflict

Art in Place of Conflict seeks to explore the power of socially engaged art in conflict / post conflict societies. We will unpick themes such as Truth Recovery, Ethics, Reconciliation, Legacy of Conflict as well as Inter-generational Dialogue.

Organiser: The Playhouse

10:00 am
17
Sep

To the Beat of the Drum Podcast – Fountain of Harmony

A series of 5 podcasts looking at the work of the Bands Forum over the past 10 years and its work during lockdown. The is episode features Steven Travers of the Miami Showband looking at the marching band culture .

Organiser: Londonderry Bands Forum

1:00 pm
18
Sep

Culture, Craic and Chat

Culture, Craic and Chat will be a series of events bringing our diverse student residential community together, gathering their thoughts pre and post living in our beautiful City.

Organiser: Ulster University

6:00 pm
18
Sep

Culture, Craic and Chat

Culture, Craic and Chat will be a series of events bringing our diverse student residential community together, gathering their thoughts pre and post living in our beautiful City.

Organiser: Ulster University

6:00 pm
19
Sep

Bridging the Gap: Difficult conversations at the top table

All Nations Ministries will host an online discussion as they seek to encourage difficult conversations around racism, unconscious bias, white privilege, diversity and equality within Northern Ireland.

Organiser: All Nations Ministries

2:00 pm
19
Sep

Participants Feedback – Media Initiative for Children Respecting Difference Programme

Participants Feedback on a recent Media Initiative for Children Respecting Difference Programme

Organiser: Early Years - the organisation for young children

1:00 pm
20
Sep

Different Colours

This online discussion will talk about mental health and stigma within the African community. The event will showcase cultural diversity and promote cultural awareness by providing insights on how cultures and beliefs shape how mental health and other illnesses affect social interactions and acceptance.

Organiser: IAssist NI

5:00 pm
20
Sep

Culture, Craic and Chat

Culture, Craic and Chat will be a series of events bringing our diverse student residential community together, gathering their thoughts pre and post living in our beautiful City.

Organiser: Ulster University

6:00 pm
20
Sep

Celebrating Community Diversity

The Hindu Association Derry~Londonderry presents a series of  pre-recorded interviews with people from the Indian community and their experiences of relocating to Derry ~ Londonderry. These interviews will consist of people of all ages how they felt about integrating into the local community and how they celebrate their culture.

Organiser: Hindu Association Derry ~ Londonderry

1:00 pm
20
Sep

The times we are in: How can we respond well?

St Columbs Park House is inviting people who work within the peace sector and on the fringes of it to come together for a collective conversation about how good relations and peace work can adapt to the current context we are operating in.  This outdoor event aims to create a conversation between people and organisations who work in and around the themes of peace and good relations.

Organiser: St Columb's Park House

10:30 am
21
Sep

STARS Celebrating Good Relations Week

The STARS project (a joint programme with CRJI and NIA) will be hosting a podcast that will feature conversational pieces around some of the key themes relating to good relations.

Organiser: Community Restorative Justice Ireland

2:00 pm
21
Sep

Culture, Craic and Chat

Culture, Craic and Chat will be a series of events bringing our diverse student residential community together, gathering their thoughts pre and post living in our beautiful City.

Organiser: Ulster University

6:00 pm
21
Sep