JoinHer Network – “How to become a catalyst for change” webinar

JoinHer presents a discussion with diverse individual’s exploring how to become a catalyst for change & its positive impact.

This is the first event as part of JoinHer Network’s Good Relations Week programme of activities.

*This is an online event and you will be issued with a zoom link via email the morning of the event*

Register using the link below. 

BCRC Book Club introduces ‘War and memory’

Building Communities Resource Centre will host a Book Club Session as part of Good Relations Week 2021. Participants will explore book ‘War and Memory’ by Johnston McMaster and Cathy Higgins. Books are supplied by The Junction.

This book club will be facilitated by Gemma Reid.

These sessions will reflect on our history over the last 100 years and provide a unique opportunity for continued shared learning.

Book Club is held via zoom, to book your place –  please contact or or call 02827665068

BCRC 1690 ‘The History of The Twelfth’ Workshop

Building Communities Resource Centre will deliver workshop ‘The History of The Twelfth’ for Good Relations Week.

This workshop will be facilitated by Kathy Wolff and will provide an opportunity for shared learning with a shared history context of 1690 and the lead up to the Battle of The Boyne.

This is just one of four workshops they will be hosting during Good Relations Week 2021. These sessions aim to help participants uncover the fact and fictions held by both communities around the heritage of this time and provide the opportunity to explore and discuss how elements of this history are shared between the two main communities in Northern Ireland.

To book your place, please contact BCRC : 02827665068 or contact or

Super Healthy Teens

Libraries NI will be hosting an online virtual healthy eating demonstration for 12-16-year-olds. The virtual cookery class will help them improve their cooking abilities and nurture an awareness of how healthy eating can protect us by keeping our bodies and the environment healthy and happy.

The demonstration will be delivered by Jane McClenaghan.

Booking Essential via Event Button 

For more info contact: 

BCRC Verbal Arts Story

This verbal arts story session will bring together a group of women across the Causeway Coast and Glens Borough to participate in a storytelling of their choice.

This session will take place within a shared space environment or via zoom and will be facilitated by Katie McGuiness.


EA Intercultural Education Service Good Practice Event

EA Intercultural Education Service’s Intercultural Education Good Practice day will help promote good relations in schools and communities by raising awareness of  best practices and evidence-based approaches to supporting Newcomer pupils in schools and educational settings

Reading Rooms – The Coat by Carys Davies

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: The Coat by Carys Davies

Times: 11am


This Intercultural Education Service Online Good Practice Event aims to support schools and other education settings to meet the educational needs of their newcomer pupils with low levels of literacy and/or interrupted education.

For more information and RSVP email:

‘Different Cultures, Similar Values’ – Exploring Inclusivity

The 2- hour workshop will combine African and Caribbean experience, poetry and song, video clips and audience interaction, with humour and challenge to open up candid dialogue.

The workshops will creatively present the dichotomy of the history and culture of the African and Caribbean communities in Belfast under the theme of ‘different cultures, similar values’; the same theme will be used to explore the underbelly of racism, focusing on inclusivity and barriers to such, exploring also black heritage and history and its significance for people from the African and Caribbean communities’ living in Belfast.

For more information and to register email: