TBUC Uniting Communities through Sports and Creativity – Falls and Village project – 2016

Uniting Communities is a cross community youth sport and creativity programme delivered by the Department for Communities (DfC).

Uniting Communities uses sport, physical and creativity to build good relations between young people from different community backgrounds.  It is delivered in both urban and rural settings to young people aged between 11-24 years and it focuses primarily on youth engagement and leadership training.

It seeks to deliver on the following outcomes;

  • Engage young people in sport, physical and creative activity that brings communities together and helps create the next generation of community leaders
  • Positive attitude towards those from different political, religious, ethnic, and marginalised backgrounds
  • Increased community capacity and capability

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Belfast City Council

Department for Communities

Organiser Bio: The Department for Communities is a government department in the Northern Ireland Executive. It is responsible for urban regeneration, community and voluntary sector development, historic environment, social legislation, housing, social security benefits, pensions and child support, debt advice, public records, Employment Service, promoting equality, and development of arts and culture.

Contact Name: Cormac Galbraith

Contact Number: 028 90515011

Contact Email: [email protected]

Address: Level 7 Causeway Exchange 1-7 Bedford Street Belfast BT2 7EG

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