Special Screening of “Human the Movie” for Peace Day!

A special screening of “HUMAN” followed by a short discussion in support of International Peace Day and Good Relations Week 2022!

About this event

NETLOVE presents the screening of “HUMAN” by Yann Arthus-Bertrand, in support of International Peace Day and Good Relations Week 2022 on Wednesday 21 September 2022 from 5:00 p.m until 7.00 p.m, at the Guildhall (the Whittaker Suite).

The screening (45 min) will be followed by a short discussion and light refreshments.

Space is limited to 50 attendees |Kindly RSVP|

WHY NOW?

“Each year, the International Day of Peace is observed around the world on the 21st September. The General Assembly of the United Nations has declared this as a day devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace, both within and among all nations and peoples.” (www.un.org/en/events/peaceday/)

In an ever more divided society, where inhumane conflicts and crises are unfolding before our eyes, we may feel powerless. But… could power be found by exploring what it means to be “HUMAN”? Could this understanding help strengthen the unity of vision and action of our fractured society?

SYNOPSIS

“HUMAN is a collection of stories, offering a reflection on what it means to be human. Through these stories full of love and happiness, as well as hatred and violence, HUMAN brings us face to face with the other, making us reflect on our lives. From stories of everyday experiences to accounts of the most unbelievable lives, these poignant encounters share a rare sincerity and underline who we are – our darker side, but also what is most noble in us and what is universal.

HUMAN is a politically engaged work which allows us to embrace the human condition and to reflect on the meaning of our existence.”

http://www.human-themovie.org/

http://netlove.org/

https://www.derrystrabane.com/Subsites/Museums-and-Heritage/Guildhall

Solutions Focused Circle

The Solution Focused Circle is an opportunity for Community Relations Council’s Core Funded and NBSGRP groups to come together and using the SFC model delivered by TIDES training, explore issues and problems.

The model enables the participants to work through and identify creative solutions to the problems faced in a peer support setting and will take place on the 30th September at 10am.

CollabArchive — Explore the Archives 5

Join the CollabArchive team from Nerve Centre and the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI) and hear from the project’s volunteers about this exciting digital engagement project. 

CollabArchive is a digital volunteering project creating unique volunteering opportunities for the public to engage with archives at PRONI. The project is funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.

Throughout 2022, the skills-based project has been developing volunteering opportunities for underrepresented audiences, extending and enhancing the value of archives to those who traditionally have not engaged with them.

Volunteers have been working with archives across five broad themes of women’s history, migration, disability, citizenship and LGBTQ+, helping to digitise, transcribe, catalogue and make them more accessible for new audiences. 

From Monday-Friday during Good Relations Week we will showcase volunteers’ work as they explain the process behind their collaboration with the archives. 

Friday 23 — A Journey Through LGBTQ+ Records

CollabArchive — Explore the Archives 4

Join the CollabArchive team from Nerve Centre and the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI) and hear from the project’s volunteers about this exciting digital engagement project. 

CollabArchive is a digital volunteering project creating unique volunteering opportunities for the public to engage with archives at PRONI. The project is funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.

Throughout 2022, the skills-based project has been developing volunteering opportunities for underrepresented audiences, extending and enhancing the value of archives to those who traditionally have not engaged with them.

Volunteers have been working with archives across five broad themes of women’s history, migration, disability, citizenship and LGBTQ+, helping to digitise, transcribe, catalogue and make them more accessible for new audiences. 

From Monday-Friday during Good Relations Week we will showcase volunteers’ work as they explain the process behind their collaboration with the archives. 

Thursday 22 — On the Margins: Mental Health 100 Years Ago

CollabArchive — Explore the Archives 3

Join the CollabArchive team from Nerve Centre and the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI) and hear from the project’s volunteers about this exciting digital engagement project. 

CollabArchive is a digital volunteering project creating unique volunteering opportunities for the public to engage with archives at PRONI. The project is funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.

Throughout 2022, the skills-based project has been developing volunteering opportunities for underrepresented audiences, extending and enhancing the value of archives to those who traditionally have not engaged with them.

Volunteers have been working with archives across five broad themes of women’s history, migration, disability, citizenship and LGBTQ+, helping to digitise, transcribe, catalogue and make them more accessible for new audiences. 

From Monday-Friday during Good Relations Week we will showcase volunteers’ work as they explain the process behind their collaboration with the archives. 

Wednesday 21 — Music Tales

CollabArchive — Explore the Archives 2

Join the CollabArchive team from Nerve Centre and the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI) and hear from the project’s volunteers about this exciting digital engagement project. 

CollabArchive is a digital volunteering project creating unique volunteering opportunities for the public to engage with archives at PRONI. The project is funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.

Throughout 2022, the skills-based project has been developing volunteering opportunities for underrepresented audiences, extending and enhancing the value of archives to those who traditionally have not engaged with them.

Volunteers have been working with archives across five broad themes of women’s history, migration, disability, citizenship and LGBTQ+, helping to digitise, transcribe, catalogue and make them more accessible for new audiences. 

From Monday-Friday during Good Relations Week we will showcase volunteers’ work as they explain the process behind their collaboration with the archives. 

Tuesday 20 — Leaving. Crossing. Arriving.

 

Healthy Behaviours Workshop

Allstate NI is hosting a healthy behaviours online workshop on the 26th September.

This will be led by a dietitian from Business In The Community (BITC) and will explore the 4 pillars of health and how they are interconnected.

It will look at the difference between micro and macro stress, the science behind our behaviours and how to create healthy habits and also how to find the balance between work and home life.

 

Financial Wellbeing & the Cost of Living Impact, Kith & Kin

Allstate NI is hosting an online event which will focus on the impact of the cost of living.

There will be a focus on how to save money on shopping, the cheapest fuel options, how to cut your outgoings and maximise your income, saving on bills and renegotiating bills. This event will take place on the 22nd September at 10am and is only open to Allstate NI employees.

There will also be standard advice on Pensions, Debt, Mortgages, Insurance, Credit Scores & Savings.

 

Menopause Matters at Allstate NI

Join Anne for a fireside chat about all things menopause on the 22nd September at 10.30am.

Anne McGale is a Freelance Menopause Holistic Health Educator, founder of Menopause Wellbeing NI and Practice Nurse with over 39 years nursing experience.

She qualified from the University of Ulster with BSc in Health Sciences and Health Promotion, trained in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Menopause Symptoms via the British Menopause Society and holds memberships with the Federation of Holistic Therapists (FHT) and British Menopause Society (BMS).

An in-person coffee get together will be commence at 10.30am and our chat with Anne McGale, Allstate NI, Menopause Partner will start at 11am.

It should be noted that this is a closed event for Allstate NI employees and guests from Women’s Aid Partnership.

Men’s Advisory Project (MAPNI)

Allstate NI has partnered with Men’s Advisiory Project (MAPNI) to provide an education session / information stand surrounding men’s mental and physical health.

This event will take place on Tuesday the 20th September at 10am and is only open to Allstate NI employees.