Monday 18th – Sunday 24th September, 2017
‘Safe space, shared place’
Community Relations and Cultural Awareness Week is a high profile initiative supporting the Northern Ireland Executive’s Together: Building a United Community (T:BUC) strategy. It is an opportunity to celebrate all aspects of our culture and heritage, to promote cultural diversity and to tackle sectarianism and racism.
The Week’s primary objectives are to inspire new ideas, promote understanding, respect and engagement between and amongst all sections of our community. It provides a platform for organisations and groups across a variety of sectors to demonstrate innovative approaches to good relations and examples of how we can build a united and shared community.
The theme for this year is ‘Safe space, shared place’. This will focus on how we can create a community where everyone feels safe and secure while showcasing the plethora of places that are safe spaces.
If you would like to organise an event and put it forward for consideration, please complete the attached form
Please return your form by Friday 28th July to:
By post: Claire McKee, JComms, Sylvan House 232-240 Belmont Road, Belfast BT4 2AW
By Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For any queries please ring: Claire McKee on 028 9521 8388