Tides Training & Consultancy will host a virtual discussion surrounding the communication difficulties imposed by lockdowns.
This last year has been very stressful for everyone & lockdown has impacted our methods of communication, style of communication & has caused some breakdowns in communication resulting in fractured relationships.
We aim to share some methods for dealing with these fractures & ways to prevent any further tensions to allow for Brighter Days Ahead! This taster session will offer participants the opportunity to begin to explore the causes of conflict both in our everyday situations and on a community level.
Participants will gain an understanding of methods for preventing &/or addressing conflict to create brighter less contentious future conversations. Exploring what a difficult conversation is, as well as what ones we need to have.
Join us for this pre-recorded video to hear about some of the key ways that Integrated Education contributes to Good Relations and reconciliation in our society.
This online event will highlight the benefits of children and young people from different backgrounds being educated together and in the same classroom every day.
It will also highlight the contribution this brings to the building of Good Relations within communities.
RSVP via email: Jessica@ief.org.uk
Join the IEF for an overview of Ulster University’s ‘Transforming Education’ project along with an introduction to the briefing papers that have been produced to date to stimulate debate regarding our education system.
The UU Transforming Education papers have highlighted a number of potential inefficiencies regarding the education system in Northern Ireland.
This short conversation with Dr Stephen Roulston from Ulster University aims to help stimulate and encourage discussion and debate on our current system of education.
RSVP via email: Jessica@ief.org.uk
Join in on IEF’s Zoom event as we bring together practitioners from across the voluntary, youth and community sectors to discuss visions for education in our society in the 21st century.
This session will encourage discussion and debate on our current education system, including how we can ensure that children and young people from different backgrounds are educated together as part of building Good Relations and how this can assist our society’s reconciliation process, as well as the part the community and voluntary sector can play in this.
A brief presentation by Ulster University researchers Stephen Roulston and Matt Milliken will be followed by small group discussions and a plenary.
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As part of Good Relations Week 2021, this event will provide an opportunity to bring women from different communities together to take part in a presentation and a brief discussion about living in border areas. Participants will have an opportunity to share their own stories about living in border counties, the challenges they faced, the contributions made, as well as reflect on ways they can continue to build positive and sustainable relationships with other communities.
The event will promote good relations by bringing women from different backgrounds together to share experiences and celebrate positive changes their contributions have made, and encourage ways to continue to build positive and sustainable relationships with other communities.
This event is in person, however can also be joined virtually.
As part of Good Relations Week 2021, results will be shared from recent NI-wide and local polls on themes related to education and integration that confirm strong support for increased integration across council areas and political viewpoints.
This online event aims to encourage discussion and debate on how we can ensure that children and young people from different backgrounds are educated together as part of building Good Relations and assisting our society’s reconciliation process.
For more information, please contact Jessica@ief.org.uk
A Panel Discussion around what actions need to be taken to facilitate disarmament and disbandment into a process with reintegration with society.
27 years after the ceasefires and 23 years after the Good Friday/Belfast Agreement why are armed groups still in existence? What actions need to be considered to facilitate disarmament and disbandment into a process of reintegration with society?
Venue: Clifton House, 2 Clifton Street, Belfast BT15 1ES
This is a hybrid event, so you can also attend by zoom.
RSVP: Michelle: firstname.lastname@example.org or 02890202030