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CRC e-Bulletin

June/July 2019
Hi everyone
Thanks very much for submitting good relations events and activity information for June/July 2019 and beyond. As always we hope that there will be something in this monthly bulletin that will pique your interest. 

Want to know more about any of the listings? Just click on the blue buttons below to access more information from our website.

We are always ready to take your submissions for the next e-Bulletin. The next one is going out in August. So please email word documents and .jpeg images to us as soon as you can.

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New CRC Board members announced

We are delighted to announce that The Executive Office has appointed Martin McDonald as the new Chairperson of the Community Relations Council.

Mr McDonald will be joined by new Board Members Dr Maire Braniff, Rory Campbell, Claire Harris, John McCallister, Sheila McClelland, Michael McDonnell, Audrey Simpson and Nisha Tandon. All appointments will be for three years.

Register your events for Good Relations Week 2019
Registration for Good Relations Week 2019 is open! 
This year, with your help, we are going to make this the busiest Good Relations Week ever! 

If you would like your event included in the brochure please register using the online form by clicking on the button above. 

Brochure entries close on 19th July 2019.  After that all entries will be included in the online calendar.
EuroPeers Residential Training

This is a free opportunity for 18-30 year olds and 16-18 year olds with parental consent to take part in the training to become a EuroPeer.

EuroPeers are young people who have travelled to other countries to study, get work experience, or take part in education or youth projects. They inform, motivate and support other young people to get involved in these life changing activities. They promote Erasmus Plus in the UK.

Taste of Culture: Stepping Out

Come along on Saturday 8 June 2019 to the Ulster American Folk Park to find out more about the diversity of cultures within the Fermanagh and Omagh District.

Troubles Art exhibition
Troubles Art is a touring exhibition that provides a broad representation of responses to conflict in Northern Ireland by a range of artists, local and international.
Public Attitudes - ARK data
Topics include good relations, minority ethnic groups, respect, perceptions of paramilitary activity, and politics.

 
Creative Arts, Human Rights and Peace Symposium
Smashing Times' Creative Connections project – using creative processes of theatre, film and new digital technologies to promote positive community relations between different traditions on the island of Ireland – will culminate in a one-day Creative Arts, Human Rights and Peace Symposium in Northern Ireland.
Art for Reconciliation
Join funders, artists, arts managers, community support professionals, academic researchers and the public to explore the role and potential of Art for Reconciliation.
 
The discussion will be followed by an hour-long showcase exploring innovative ways in which the arts are contributing to peace-building in Northern Ireland.
 
Institutions in Ireland Conference 2019
'Prisons, Asylums, Workhouses: Institutions in Ireland Conference 2019' on 13 and 14 June at PRONI and on 15 June at Queen's University Belfast.
80 years on: NI in the Second World War
Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, Belfast 10 September 2019, 10.30 am to 3.30 pm.
An 'Olympic' Challenge: Olympic, Titanic, Britannic

Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, Belfast on 9 September at 7:30pm.

DiverseCity: Cultural Competence Workshop
Gain insight into how culture shapes every part of how we behave and communicate: from providing the knowledge, skills and expertise to communicate effectively across cultures, to understanding different perspectives.

This awareness session will cover an introduction to asylum and refugee issues in the UK and NI.

Refugee and Arabic Cultural Information session

This awareness session will cover an introduction to asylum and refugee issues in the UK and NI.

Rebellion: Enter the Battlefield

Youth Initiatives is organising a 5 day cross community, good relations camp 16-20th July in Ganaway, Millisle. Young people from East and West Belfast, Downpatrick, Banbridge, Lisburn and L/Derry will come together and enjoy fun workshops, guest speakers, outdoor activities, night time entertainment and a whole lot more!

3rd New Gate Fringe Festival 2019
The Londonderry Bands Forum in collaboration with the North West Cultural Partnership are currently creating and organising the 3rd New Gate Fringe Festival 2019.
 
NWCN Funding Fair
Join NWCN for a festival of funders where you will have the opportunity to hear about the latest funding. Takes place on 20th June.
Valued Voices
Philip Cloete and Seamus Mc Donald share their stories.
In Your Space Circus
In Your Space really want to make sure that they reach children and young people who, for whatever reason, don't get a chance to take part in something like this. But it is open to all!
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