The Timorese Association Inclusive Support (TAIS) Community Football Project

The Timorese Association Inclusive Support (TAIS) uses the power of football to ensure that ‘Change Starts With Us’ as it helps Timorese people integrate within communities across Mid Ulster. The community football project helps the local Timorese break down barriers with people from a diverse range of backgrounds.

Good Relations Week 2022 is running until Monday 26th September with a colourful programme of over 250 community focused events across the region based on the ‘Change Starts with Us’ theme.

Visit for the 2022 event listings #GRW22

Check out this video to learn more about TAIS Community Football Project:

International Big Breakfast

Radius Housing in partnership with Apex Housing are hosting live cultural performances on stage at Ranfurley House, Dungannon. Food will be available from 10 different  cultures and performances will consist of cultures from around the world who call NI home including; East Timor, Mexican, Chinese, Irish and Ulster Scots.

*Limited numbers. 

Please email Geraldine to attend this event  –

A Difficult Birth: Northern Ireland 1920-21 – Dr Alan Parkinson

Remembering the Future, Decade of anniversaries.

Autumn Programme of Talks via Zoom 

A Difficult Birth: Northern Ireland 1920-21

Dr Alan Parkinson is a political historian and author. Belfast-born, he is a former Senior Lecturer at London Southbank University and has written numerous books on Modern Irish History including his latest work, A Difficult Birth: The Early Years of Northern Ireland 1920-25 (Eastwood-Dublin)

Partition and the Birth of Northern Ireland 1920-21: The Story from the Newsreels – Dr Éamon Phoenix

Dr Éamon Phoenix in conjunction with Ann Donnelly of Northern Ireland Screen: ‘Partition and the Birth of Northern Ireland 1920-21: The Story from the Newsreels’

Dr Éamon Phoenix is a political historian, author and broadcaster. He is member of the Irish Government’s Expert Advisory Group on Centenaries. He is the author of Northern Nationalism 1890-1940 and Conflicts in the North of Ireland,  1900-2000. and writes a daily column for the Irish News.

These events will be delivered via zoom.

If you wish to register for any or ALL of the events please  contact

Wave Goodbye to Dinosaurs Film Screening

NI Rural Women’s Network partnered with Rural Community Network will be screening – ‘Wave Goodbye to Dinosaurs’.

‘Wave Goodbye to Dinosaurs’ is the extraordinary story of the Northern Ireland Women’s Coalition, a cross-community party formed in 1996. by local working and middle class women.

Frustrated with the stalemate of local politics, the women ran a door-to-door campaign to win 2 seats at the historic peace talks, which culminated in the Good Friday Agreement.

Timely and inspiring, Wave Goodbye to Dinosaurs is a compelling example of how grassroots activism can bring about real change.

Thursday 23rd September from 7pm – 8.30pm (via zoom)

Please register using the link below.