A meeting of the Community Relations Council Board during Good Relations Week.
As well as undertaking their normal business the Board of the Community Relations Council will be updated on the events and activities taking place during Good Relations Week 2022.
A special Good Relations Week networking meeting of all the Health Trusts with the Community Relations Council, Equality Commission and Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission.
This is an important opportunity to meet and share information, and plan activity to build awareness and action on Good Relations, Equality and Human Rights across all the Trusts.
What’s next for peacebuilding in Belfast is a key focus of this conference.
Hosted by Judith Hill, with contributions from Patrick Kielty (recorded) and a keynote address from renowned journalist Bill Neely, the conference will review the impacts of the Belfast PEACE IV Programme to date and the wider discussions with participants and partners on what is next.
In recognition of 2022’s International Day of Peace theme, it will also explore how the Programme has contributed to ‘Ending Racism, Building Peace’ through participants’ stories and include contributions on unconscious bias and diversity and inclusion.
Guest speakers including women from The Barronettes group looking at their views on our Brighter Days Ahead and discussing what kind of a future would they like or see.
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This event is in keeping with the theme ‘Brighter Days Ahead ‘and will focus on reconciliation as participants engage on the topic – “Can we build a Shared Future and what would it look like?”
There will be opportunities for inter-generational discussion as 6th form students from Enniskillen post-primary schools interact with Church Forum members after input from the keynote speaker Dr. Johnston McMaster well known Trinity College Adjunct Assistant Professor in Reconciliation.
Fermanagh Churches Forum is made up of church members and clergy from different Christian churches in the Enniskillen area who seek to find meaningful ways to engage with the issues affecting people in our local community. This event will be an opportunity to highlight the voices of young people.
This conference will explore aspects of a Shared Future and strategies for building a Shared Future with a special emphasis on hearing how young people see this. A ‘Level students of Politics, History and Religious Studies will have conversations with members of Fermanagh Churches Forum on reconciliation issues that have to be addressed as we journey towards a shared and peaceful future.
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