Community development

Through IOSH events and publications you will receive up to date info on relevant aspects of Health Safety and Wellbeing. We are very keen to engage with the Community & Voluntary Sectors within NI. Please contact Mary Doran 07967559370 for further info
Eastside Learning was established in 2014 to promote partnership working between schools and the community in east Belfast and identify strategic opportunities for making the experience of education better for everyone involved. 
YHANI works in the local communities of our hostels. There we aim to secure funding and run educational programmes that support young people and get them involved in the conservation of nature. We run local and international volunteering schemes, etc.
LCC Community Trust operate a number of community support and development programs to tackle issues such as poverty, isolation, employability and work placements. We run Lisburn Foodbank, a community cafe, Inspire Cafe and work and volunteer placements.
ATSG’s mission is to work in partnership with the Irish Traveller community and other stakeholders to preserve, promote and develop Traveller culture and identity
The Mission of Loughgilly Parish Pastoral Council is … To be aware of our Parish needs, bringing together God’s people to enrich and develop our faith, so that we may reflect the image of a true disciple of Christ
Music Bridge is a multi-year community music training programme. The programme is a collaboration between Musicians without Borders and Cultúrlann Uí Chanáin.
We are a programme offering paid placements in housing, communities and the built environment across Scotland, Northern Ireland and England.
Strand Arts Centre was established as a registered charity in 2013 and has attracted 50,000 annually to a diverse programme of new releases, classic and cultural cinema, Silver Screenings for older people, Minors Club, live theatre, music and festivals.
BEAM offers a coworking, conference & meeting space that supports community projects, start-ups and professionals by nurturing collaboration and development.
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