Good Relations Week 2021 Events


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GOGA Fit Armagh

As part of Good Relations Week 2021, Disability Sport Northern Ireland will be hosting a low-intensity fitness programme aimed at people with health conditions, disabled people, older people and those interested in becoming more active, more often. Activities include- strength and balance exercises and Tai Chi.

Organiser: Disability Sport NI

10:00 am
20
Sep

Everybody’s Game: Racism Awareness Evening

Community Relations Officer Chris Wright will deliver the Irish FA Foundation Racism Awareness and Equality module at Newforge Country Club.

Organiser: IrishFA Foundation

7:00 pm
20
Sep

Tai Chi For Health – Craigavon

As part of Good Relations Week 2021, GOGA will host Tai Chi For Health at South Lake Leisure Centre in Craigavon.  Come along and improve your strength, balance, flexibility and coordination through a series of low impact Tai Chi exercises that are excellent for relaxation.

Organiser: Disability Sport NI

1:30 pm
21
Sep

Showcase video: Stoneworks Gym – The Flex Programme

Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council have supported the delivery of a number of Youth Programmes that contribute towards the progression of young people and in creating a more peaceful Borough. This video showcases The Flex Programme delivered by Stoneworks Gym.

Organiser: Antrim & Newtownabbey Borough Council

12:00 pm
21
Sep

GOGA Buggy Fit

As part of Good Relations Week 2021, GOGA will be hosting 'Buggy Fit', a moderate intensity fitness class giving new mums the opportunity to Get Out and Get Active in a relaxed and social environment.

Organiser: Disability Sport NI

10:00 am
21
Sep

Better Connected – Over 50’s Fitness

Better Connected is an over 50's fitness welcoming group that will bring people together from different backgrounds together socially.

Organiser: Disability Sport NI

11:00 am
21
Sep

Tai Chi For Health – Richhill

As part of Good Relations Week 2021, GOGA will hosting Tai Chi For Health at Richill Recreation Centre. Come along and improve your strength, balance, flexibility and coordination through a series of low impact Tai Chi exercises that are excellent for relaxation.

Organiser: Disability Sport NI

10:00 am
22
Sep

Pawsitive Walks & Talks – Disability Sport NI

Disability Sport NI is hosting a low-intensity fitness programme, aimed at those who suffer from health conditions, disabled people, older people and those interested in becoming more active.

Organiser: Disability Sport NI

10:00 am
23
Sep

Video Profile: Challenging racism, sectarianism and sexism through football and augmented reality

The Community Relations Council presents a video profile that will showcase a cutting edge project delivered by Making The Future in collaboration with the Nerve Centre and the Irish FA that brought young people together from mixed backgrounds in South Belfast to learn about racism, sectarianism and sexism through football and augmented reality.

Organiser: Community Relations Council

6:00 pm
24
Sep

Our Journey, Our Lives, Our Cultures

Multi-Ethnic Sports & Cultures NI will host a series of workshops aimed to give children and youth from diverse communities a better understanding of racism, sectarianism and prejudice and ways to tackle these. This will conclude with a cultural celebration highlighting the cultural vibrancy of Northern Ireland with food, drinks, music and activities from all cultural backgrounds.

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

11:00 am
26
Sep

Meet the Skaters

Belfast Skate Collective is hosting a Skating Jam in Art College / Cathedral Gardens for beginners and new skaters to the scene.  The "Meet the Skaters" event aims to bring the skating community together and make it a safe, inclusive environment for young people to express themselves.

Organiser: Belfast Skate Collective

1:30 pm
26
Sep

[email protected] Tournament

[email protected] tournament will have over 150 young people aged 15-17 will take part, with the winners qualifying for the grand final in London in 2022. The tournament seeks to use Football sport and music to engage young people from all communities throughout the UK.

Organiser: IrishFA Foundation

12:00 pm
26
Sep