Equity Diversity Interdependence
Promoting a Peaceful and Fair
Society based on Reconciliation
and Mutual Trust.
The Community Relations Council was formed in January 1990 as an independent company and registered charity. It originated in 1986 as a proposal of a research report commissioned by the NI Standing Advisory Committee on Human Rights. The Community Relations Council was set up to promote better community relations between Protestants and Catholics in Northern Ireland and, equally, to promote recognition of cultural diversity.
Its strategic aim is to promote a peaceful and fair society based on reconciliation and mutual trust.
It aims to do this by:
The Council's work falls into three main areas:
There are seven main programmes areas in CRC these are:
Community Relations Council Council Members and Staff List