Equity Diversity Interdependence
Promoting a Peaceful and Fair
Society based on Reconciliation
and Mutual Trust.
The Communications Programme has a key role to play within the Council as good external and internal communications are essential to the work of the organisation. The programme's main aim is to provide and disseminate information about community relations initiatives and resources and to raise the public profile of the Council as a major source of support and advice on community relations work. It also helps to identify and support the production of learning resources and good practice models. The programme is involved in various tasks:
The library is open to the public and holds publications from over 100 organisations. The Library is open to the public Monday to Friday between 10am - 12 noon and 2pm - 4pm.
If you are planning to visit us please give Ellana or Patricia a call on 028 9022 7500 to ensure there will be someone available to help you.
We are no longer selling resources.
The address is now 6 Murray Street, Belfast, BT1 6DN
You can also email Patricia at email@example.com or Ellana at firstname.lastname@example.org
Council Members on Communications Sub Committee: Robin Morton (Chair), Leon Litvack, Katie Hanlon, Tony McCusker, Jim Deery