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Cross  Border Computer Training Programme Proves Huge Success

Cross Border Computer Training Programme Proves Huge Success

Published on:  15 Oct 2013
Over 300 Participants from Cox’s Demesne Muirhevnamor and The Shankill in Belfast join in celebration On Wednesday (9th October), over...
Children Score for Peace!

Children Score for Peace!

Published on:  09 Oct 2013
Prize-giving ceremony celebrates Schools Festival Day  Football4Peace More than 150 local children from...
Windsor Women’s Centre Celebrate Official Opening

Windsor Women’s Centre Celebrate Official Opening

Published on:  04 Oct 2013
Windsor Women’s Centre in South Belfast today celebrated the beginning of a new era with the official opening of its purpose built premises located at Broadway. The new Tate building,...
North West schools celebrate three-year cross-community programme

North West schools celebrate three-year cross-community programme

Published on:  02 Oct 2013
A unique project that gave 1,700 children in the North West region a chance to learn in shared environments was last night (2nd October) hailed at a special event held at St...
Kilkeel youth groups celebrate cross-community project

Kilkeel youth groups celebrate cross-community project

Published on:  23 Sep 2013
Two of Kilkeel’s biggest youth clubs today marked the completion of ground-breaking project at JIMS Youth Centre. With financial support from the International Fund for...
£1.25million cross-community centre opens at south Belfast interface

£1.25million cross-community centre opens at south Belfast interface

Published on:  13 Sep 2013
‘Engaging the Breesy Way’ Award Ceremony

‘Engaging the Breesy Way’ Award Ceremony

Published on:  12 Sep 2013
Reconciliation programme aimed at 14-16 year olds in South Donegal and Tyrone On...
Creative learning approach offers educational and societal gains

Creative learning approach offers educational and societal gains

Published on:  12 Sep 2013
“New teaching methods can increase young children’s understanding of difference and also improve learning potential” a University of Ulster educationalist told...
Education Minister hails shared approach between County Antrim primary schools

Education Minister hails shared approach between County Antrim primary schools

Published on:  12 Sep 2013
Education Minister, John O’Dowd, has hailed the impact of an innovative shared approach between two County Antrim primary schools. Moneynick Primary...
The 'Gathering of the Gales' Festival Hailed an Enormous Success

The 'Gathering of the Gales' Festival Hailed an Enormous Success

Published on:  10 Sep 2013
Reconciliation through the Riverine – Developing Cross-Community and Cross-Border Relationships
Official Opening of Bush Old Schoolhouse, Cooley Peninsula

Official Opening of Bush Old Schoolhouse, Cooley Peninsula

Published on:  29 Aug 2013
Restored building provides unique...
North East communities join together to celebrate three-year programme

North East communities join together to celebrate three-year programme

Published on:  22 Aug 2013
Groups from Ballymoney, Coleraine and Moyle today (22nd August) marked the conclusion of a three-year cross-community project with a special celebration event in...
Theatre Double Bill Showcases Cross-Border Youth Project Talent

Theatre Double Bill Showcases Cross-Border Youth Project Talent

Published on:  19 Aug 2013
 ‘Shared Past, Shared Future’ – Using Theatre as a Tool for Peace-Building On...
Dundalk Youth Project To Provide Accredited Training In Soccer Coaching & Refereeing

Dundalk Youth Project To Provide Accredited Training In Soccer Coaching & Refereeing

Published on:  23 Jul 2013
Dundalk Youth Project To Provide Accredited Training In Soccer Coaching & Refereeing

Dundalk Youth Project To Provide Accredited Training In Soccer Coaching & Refereeing

Published on:  23 Jul 2013
Dundalk Soccer Project – promoting active citizenship and developing community leaders On Wednesday (10th July),...

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