Forgiveness as a kind of revenge: Launch of Beyond Walls documentary project

NAGY KrisztinaForgiveness as a kind of revenge: Launch of Beyond Walls documentary project
by Krisztina NAGY for Northern Ireland Foundation
3 December 2015

“For me forgiveness is a kind of revenge.” So said a participant in a film trailer screened by Beyond Walls publicly for the first time, at an event hosted by Ulster University, which was accompanied by a discussion with some of the project participants.

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Hate harassment is not acceptable

NAGY KrisztinaHate harassment is not acceptable: Launch of Hate Crime Toolkit
by Krisztina NAGY for Northern Ireland Foundation
2 October 2015

As part of Community Relations Week, the Northern Ireland Housing Executive (NIHE) launched its Hate Crime Toolkit, in cooperation with PSNI. With the toolkit, the Housing Executive aims to provide a safe environment in housing estates, where everyone (residents, their families and visitors) can live in a quiet and peaceful environment.

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Women and sectarianism in Northern Ireland

NAGY KrisztinaWomen and sectarianism in Northern Ireland
by Krisztina NAGY for Northern Ireland Foundation
30 September 2015

The impact of sectarianism in women’s lives in Northern Ireland was highlighted in a report carried out by Women’s Information Northern Ireland (WINI) and Community Dialogue, at a launch event held at NICVA headquarters.

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Time for Northern Ireland to #BuildPeace

NAGY KrisztinaTime for Northern Ireland to #BuildPeace:
Technology for peacebuilding in divided societies
by Krisztina NAGY for Northern Ireland Foundation
17 September 2015

Last Thursday saw the launch of the Transformative Connections report on Technology for Peacebuilding. It was a sparkling event with a couple dozen attending, hosted by Orna and Enda Young at the Thinking Cup.

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Is a sustainable economy in reach in Northern Ireland?

NAGY KrisztinaIs a sustainable economy in reach in Northern Ireland?
MAC Question Time, In Partnership with Ulster Bank
by Krisztina NAGY for Northern Ireland Foundation
1 Sep 2015

“The growth of the local economy has stalled and the Welfare Reform stalemate is holding back delivery of a reduced Corporation Tax, one of the main features of the Stormont House Agreement.”