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Without fear or favour: 30 years of Troubled Images

LEONARD Allan NIFWithout fear or favour: 30 years of Troubled Images
by Allan LEONARD for Northern Ireland Foundation
28 November 2016

The latest incarnation of the Troubled Images project — the launch of a free downloadable iBook  — was cause for a reunion of sorts at the Linen Hall Library for the original team that compiled and published its original CD-ROM 15 years ago.

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Commission FICT: Stepping forwards to non-sectarian expressions of culture

Sophie AUMAILLEYCommision FICT: Stepping forwards to non-sectarian expressions of culture
by Sophie AUMAILLEY for Northern Ireland Foundation
24 November 2016

The membership of a new Commission on Flags, Identity, Culture and Tradition was announced on 17 June 2016 by The Executive Office of Northern Ireland, to research issues on flags and culture, and to make recommendations within the next 18 months.

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A Lagan College birthday: The story of integrated education in Northern Ireland

LEONARD Allan NIFA Lagan College birthday: The story of integrated education in Northern Ireland
by Allan LEONARD for Northern Ireland Foundation
11 November 2016

Just past the reception desk is a small, black-and-white photography of the simple and utilitarian building that housed the first enrolment of students at Lagan College in 1981; today, celebrating its 35th birthday, the impressive expanse is testimony to the successful development of not only this school, but of integrated education in Northern Ireland.

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Young people say religion remains gap for community relations: YLT 2015

Sophie AUMAILLEYYoung people say religion remains gap for community relations: Young Life and Times survey 2015
by Sophie AUMAILLEY for Northern Ireland Foundation
20 September 2016

As part of the T:BUC Engagement Forum, Dirk Schubotz presented his work as director of the annual Young Life and Times survey.

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The key role of youth in building better community relations #TBUC

Sophie AUMAILLEYThe key role of youth in building better community relations: T:BUC Engagement Forum
by Sophie AUMAILLY for Northern Ireland Foundation
20 September 2016

The third T:BUC (Together: Building a United Community) Engagement Forum was held in Dungannon, focusing on young people’s empowerment.

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Working with people and for them: Interview with Katie Hanlon (BCDA)

Sophie AUMAILLEYWorking with people and for them: Interview with Katie Hanlon (BCDA)
by Sophie AUMAILLEY for Northern Ireland Foundation
5 September 2016

On the 5th September, I met Katie Hanlon, Chief Executive Officer of the Ballynafeigh Community Development Association, to share thoughts about shared spaces and current policies.