Shared Spaces Photo Exhibition

The Shared Spaces Project exhibition presents photographs and reflections from young people aged 16-18 who live in or grew up in Belfast. It tells us how public spaces, such as restaurants, parks, streets or buses, are viewed and how they shape young peoples’ experiences of community relations in the City. Featuring discussion with the young people and the researchers who interviewed them, the exhibition will help us take stock of how young people in Belfast view progress made toward good relations, stimulating thinking on remaining challenges.

The exhibition is being held at The Crumlin Road Gaol on the UN International Day of Peace as part of the ‘Our Lives, Our Legacy’ event organised by Springboard Opportunities. The event includes a youth -led immersive exhibition and performance that will explore the legacy of the Good Friday Agreement and share young people’s hopes for the future.


Crumlin Road Gaol 53-55 Crumlin Road, ,Belfast BT14 6ST,

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Belfast City Council

University of Bristol

Contact Name: Shelley McKeown Jones

Address: 35 Berkeley Square, Bristol, England BS8 1JA, GB