The Game of 3 Halves brings children and young people from different backgrounds together to explore culture and identity through participating in three sports from Northern Irelands rich sporting heritage football, Gaelic football and rugby. The young people play on
Holywood Shared Town is holding a “Big Tea” conversation 6-8 pm on Monday 26 February 2018 at Holywood Baptist Church for those working working, professionally or voluntarily with children and young adults in the Holywood area. A ‘Big Tea’ is
If there has been a consistent voice of reason in Northern Ireland over the years it has been that of the Reverend John Dunlop CBE. His forthright and common sense approach provided insights into the issues that go to the
For some time the disconnect between our politicians and the electorate has been getting bigger, we see this not only in Northern Ireland, where the ongoing political stalemate has created well documented challenges, but also in the wider UK constituency.
There are two villages just over two miles apart. They have a population of nearly 4,000 people between them, 760 of whom are under 16 years of age. They have fewer than 300 children of primary school age. Yet, these
Developed by ArtsEkta, the ‘Refugee and Asylum Arts Initiative’ first launched in 2014 to support and promote arts and cultural activities among Belfast’s growing population of refugees and asylum communities. The initiative created a forum for members of the refugee,