The Good Relations Awards 2024 are now open for nominations. Deadline: 19 December 2023.
Since 2006, the Good Relations Award has highlighted exceptional achievement in promoting community relations, intercultural work and peacebuilding in Northern Ireland.
Previous Award winners have come from all parts of the region and worked in a wide variety of settings including women and peacebuilding, faith-based work, youth work, community development, cross community work at interfaces, and ethical remembering/commemorative work in a history of conflict.
Good Relations Awards 2024
The Good Relations Awards 2024 are now open for nominations. There are now five award categories available in our newly extended Awards programme, which is delivered in partnership with The Executive Office.
Find out more about how to make a nomination on our dedicated website: https://goodrelationsawards.com/
Good Relations Award 2023 Winner
Congratulations to Angila Chada from Springboard Opps who was awarded the Community Relations Council Exceptional Achievement Award (peacebuilding) during the Good Relations Awards 2023 gala presentation event.
Angila has made an exceptional contribution to peacebuilding and good relations in Northern Ireland. She has dedicated her life to promoting inclusion and diversity, and creating opportunities for those that need it most.
Watch what winning the Award means to Angila:
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Here’s the complete list of all previous winners of the Community Relations Council Exceptional Achievement Award (peacebuilding):
- 2023 – Angila Chada
- 2022 – Dr. Eamon Pheonix
- 2021 – Baroness May Blood
- 2020 – Paddy White
- 2019 – Marion Jamison and Charmain Jones (joint winners)
- 2018 – Eileen Weir
- 2017 – Fr. Gary Donegan
- 2016 – Fr. Martin Magill and Rev. Stephen Stockman (joint winners)
- 2015 – Maureen Hetherington
- 2014 – Chris O’Halloran
- 2013 – Jackie Patton with Michael Doherty (joint winners)
- 2012 – Paul McCrory
- 2011 – Rab McCallum and Michael Acheson (joint winners)
- 2010 – Dr David Stevens and Mary Kelly (joint winners)
- 2009 – Renee Crawford and Jean Brown (joint winners)
- 2008 – Anne Carr
- 2007 – Derick Wilson
- 2006 – Eamonn Deane.