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Mediterranean Weather and Arabic Food

The Arabic cafe offers a full spread of fresh Mediterranean food on Thursdays, while Derry enjoys sizzling sunshine. The cafe’s energetic Arabic chefs are cooking up authentic fresh bread, falafel, baclava, new fool (beans), olives, salad, dates, coffee and more. Arabic café is more than good coffee and cake, Arabic café is a diverse meeting place where bridges are built. …

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Get Outdoors Weekend Transport Scheme

Outdoor Recreation NI has a fantastic opportunity for Community groups and organisations to apply to the Get Outdoors Weekend Transport Scheme! Get Outdoors weekend is a FREE weekend of outdoor recreation activities that kicks off Saturday 20th September 2014 – Sunday 21st September 2014 across the whole of Northern Ireland. Sessions include walking, climbing, canoeing and much more! To see …

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Drawing Together: the art of building intercultural relationships

Community Arts Partnership through The Programme for Intercultural Arts Support (PICAS) is delighted to invite you to this interactive collective learning event. This will be the first of a series of conversations, events and processes designed to develop creative processes and intercultural relationships. Who should attend? Are you a community artist/cultural facilitator looking to enhance your practice using an intercultural …

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WOMAD returns to the East for Belfast Music Week

The World Of Music Arts & Dance will have a welcome return to the Skainos Centre East Belfast Friday 14th November, when schools from Lisburn, Banbridge & North Down present their performances and artwork at the WOMAD outreach programme winter showcase. The event runs from 10am – 3pm and is open to everyone of all ages to attend and see …

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Reading and Writing for Peace Project

Charmain Jones, CSI Officer with RCN has been approached by Leon Litvack from Queen’s University Belfast who is interested in running a creative peacebuilding programme in the Mid Tyrone area through Rural Community Network. It is envisaged that this programme could take place at our offices (day or evening time) during the month of December or January 2014. This project …

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Reading and Writing for Peace Project

Charmain Jones, CSI Officer with RCN has been approached by Leon Litvack from Queen’s University Belfast who is interested in running a creative peacebuilding programme in the Mid Tyrone area through Rural Community Network. It is envisaged that this programme could take place at our offices (day or evening time) during the month of December or January 2014. This project …

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Cultural Coach – Connecting Cultures through Creativity

ArtsEkta provides a professional and innovative outreach service to a network of schools and community groups across Northern Ireland. The outreach programme consists of cultural attributes such as dance, drama, music and visual arts and incorporates a range of cultural backgrounds. The programmes run from one to six weeks and have a strong participatory element usually concluding in a performance or …

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Cultures come alive in the Shankill

Young people and women from the Shankill Spectrum Centre have been working with ArtsEkta’s artists learning about the cultures of Poland and Indonesia. You can find out more about our award winning outreach programme, Cultural Coach, for more information about this programme please visit www.artsekta.org.uk

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GET YOUR STORY ON THE PROFESSIONAL STAGE IN NORTHERN IRELAND

The exchange of different cultural ideas and personal experiences is the lifeblood of Terra Nova and is very important to the artists and theatre professionals who are delivering the company’s mission. We are delighted to offer six free places on a professional Masterclass, to members of Northern Ireland’s foreign born & minority communities. Are you one of Northern Ireland’s 220,000 …

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Small Worlds Workshops

WHAT ARE ‘SMALL WORLDS’ WORKSHOPS? ‘Small Worlds’ are cafe-style events in which people circulate around tables hosted by volunteers from different nationalities. The workshops introduce a taste of the diversity that exists in NI and provide safe spaces in which participants can meaningfully begin to engage with those from different backgrounds and other parts of the world. For many participants, these …

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