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

Italian Culture Cafe – PEACE IV

Join this virtual event for an insight into the Italian community looking at the Italian settlement in the Sailortown area of the city. There will also been discussions on Italian cuisine with a special performance of Italian Jazz by Luigi.

Organiser: Belfast City Council

12:00 pm
20
Sep

Brighter Days – Digital Film Archive

Northern Ireland Screen’s Digital Film Archive has created a collection of clips and films from across the years called Brighter Days, reflecting on the role of young people as changemakers in society.

Organiser: Northern Ireland Screen’s Digital Film Archive

10:00 am
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

Youth, climate change and human rights – ‘NIA’ Animation

Climate change threatens the effective enjoyment of our human rights in Northern Ireland. That is the message that carries through two animated films produced as part of a collaborative project between the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission and Queen’s University Belfast.

Organiser: Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission

10:00 am
21
Sep

Youth, climate change and human rights – ‘Dakota’ Animation

Climate change threatens the effective enjoyment of our human rights in Northern Ireland. That is the message that carries through two animated films produced as part of a collaborative project between the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission and Queen’s University Belfast.

Organiser: Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission

10:00 am
22
Sep

Belfast Skate Collective Video Profile

The Community Relations Council presents a visually impactful video piece that shines a light on the Belfast Skate Collective in what the group is doing to provide a voice for the local skating community, and as a way to push for more public spaces to be created for young people.

Organiser: Community Relations Council

6:00 pm
22
Sep

‘To The Beat of the Drum’ Podcast 3: Hamilton Flute Band in Swinford

The 3rd in our week of podcasts features the Hamilton Flute Band as they look back to their trips to the Síamsa Sráide Street Festival Swinford in 1995 & 2019.

Organiser: Londonderry Bands Forum

7:00 pm
22
Sep

Brighter Days Ahead? Local Opinions on Education and Integration

Results from a recent NI-wide poll on themes related to education and integration are shared that confirm there is a strong support for increased integration across council areas and political viewpoints.

Organiser: The Integrated Education Fund

10:00 am
24
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