Belfast Healthy Cities is committed to improving the health and wellbeing of people living and working in Belfast through our intersectoral approach. Our aim is to work with decision makers to develop innovative approaches to create a healthy city.
Caring for the hill, their wildlife and people
Through policy, service advocacy & conflict transformation, Belfast Interface Project promotes the development of an integrated strategy for interface areas, while also working alongside communities and providing practical support functions & services.
The mission of Belfast International Arts Festival is to be the preeminent, progressive, international arts event within Northern Ireland, actively engaging both global and local communities in the richness and diversity of contemporary arts practice.
Belfast Pride is one of the biggest festivals in Belfast – we aim to promote equality, visibility and inclusion for the LGBTQ+ community in Belfast and we reach up to 50,000 people each year with over 100 events across 10 days.
Belfast Recovery College offers a range of free courses that are available for anyone with an interest in mental health and wellbeing.
Wide range of I.T. courses, Essential Skills Delivery, Community Development & Good Relations Programmes, Post Primary Study Support Service, 16-18 year old and Adult Training Programmes.
The Belfast Strategic Partnership was set up in 2011 to address life inequalities in Belfast.
The Belfast Unemployed Resource Centre was established in 1984 to to provide support, education training and facilities to the unemployed and other groups living with social and economic disadvantage.
The LEMIS+ Project gives support, advice and training to help people who are not working get back into employment.
Bespoke Childcare Services is an award winning social enterprise which operates a mobile creche service and childcare recruitment agency across NI. We can provide on-site childcare in any venue, supporting corporate events and family functions.
“Using the Arts as the dialogue to assist the development of a more peaceful, equal and intercultural society free from racism & sectarianism.”
A Recovery College is a mental health recovery training provision which provides a range of courses for service users, families, friends, carers and all trust staff.