T:BUC Engagement Forum – Good Relations Across the Atlantic

As part of this large forum, Irish FA Community Relations Officer Chris Wright will offer insight into the hugely successful, good relations programme, Connect.

Highlighting its inception during the pandemic, through online only delivery and into face to face and blended delivery, plus the outcomes such as the ambassador programme.

For more information, please contact chris.wright@irishfa.com

NI Sport & Human Rights online forum

As part of their ongoing forum multiple speakers will be in attendance to highlight the pivotal role sport can play in human rights.

Irish FA Foundation Community Relations Officer Chris Wright will deliver a virtual presentation highlighting the recent inaugural Hope Cup, where young participants from various communities from across Northern Ireland came together in the name of BT Sports campaign against online hate, Hope United.

2.30pm – 4.30pm

For more info, please contact chris.wright@irishfa.com


50th Anniversary Celebration of The Irish School of Ecumenics Trust and the Friends of ISE.

Over the last fifty years the ISE has been involved in many diverse programmes both academically and in the community. We celebrate fifty years of research into building peace, reconciliation and understanding.

The contributors at the conference are Dr John Feehan, MRIA, academic and conservationist, Lorna Gold, advocate and theologian, and Jonny Hanson, practising farmer.

The ISE Trust is seeking to expand its support base and to provide some financial security.

We invite anyone who is interested in our work to become a ‘Friend of the ISE Trust’.

Please email us at isetrust.friends@gmail.com with your name and email address.

Reading Rooms – Lungs by Maggie O’Farrell

Reading Rooms is Verbal’s shared reading model which facilitates conversation through stories and shared experiences, between people from all different backgrounds.

To celebrate Good Relations Week, Verbal Arts will be hosting 5 daily open sessions – all are welcome.

Story: Lungs by Maggie O’Farrel

Times: 11am

To RSVP : holly@theverbal.com

Building A Unified Civic Society Voice and Vision for our Future

Community Dialogue will host a consensus building workshop event that will provide participants with the opportunity to empower themselves, to become socially engaged, to build a collective vision, and to challenge the attitudes and systems inhibiting their participation in decision-making processes.

Participants will be supported by our skilled facilitators to explore opportunities to have their voices heard, identify issues that matter to them, build consensus around these issues and contribute to cross-community action plans. With subsequent opportunities to share their experiences and ideas directly with local and regional decision-makers and influencers.

Our event will be open and accessible to all and contributes to efforts to evolve an empowered, united, civic voice and participative movement, working to transform a shared vision for the future into reality.

Register via email – admin@communitydialogue.org 

JoinHer Network -Why being a catalyst for change matters

JoinHer presents online webinar ‘Why being a Catalyst For Change Matters’.
Josh O’Hagan gym owner and Anne Carr Community Facilitator will be speaking among this panel.
This is the second event as part of JoinHer Network’s Good Relations Week programme of activities.