Uniting Communities through Sport and Creativity – 11 Feb

The Executive Office and Community Relations Council look forward to welcoming you to this T:BUC Engagement Forum.

This is an important opportunity to hear from the people and organisations involved in the delivery of the key T:BUC headline action – “Uniting Communities through Sports and Creativity.” There will be input from Department of Communities, PeacePlayers NI, Irish Football Association and the Gaelic Athletic Association with opportunities for discussion and questions with each other and to a panel.

This Engagement Forum will provide participants with:

  1. The opportunity to learn more about the T:BUC headline action and how it is delivered across NI.
  2. An understanding of examples of funding and interventions being delivering under the T:BUC headline action.
  3. The opportunity to understand the issues and challenges for good relations and diversity work in the delivery of T:BUC using Sports and Creativity.
  4. An insight into successful practical actions that can be delivered to strengthen and embrace the Sports and Creativity impact of T:BUC.

If you wish to register please see the following link: T:BUC Engagement Forum Uniting Communities Through Sport and Creativity

Should you have any queries about the event please contact Paul Killen at the Community Relations Council pkillen@nicrc.org.uk – 028 9022 7500.

Venue: Armagh City Hotel, 2 Friary Rd, Armagh, BT60 4FR
Date: Tuesday 11th February 2020
Time: 9.30am – 2.00pm

Community Relations Council
7-9 Shaftesbury Square
Belfast BT2 7DP
Telephone: 028 9022 7500
Email: etomasso@nicrc.org.uk

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