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DAERA – EU Exit Questions & Answers

The Transition period is coming to an end on 31 December 2020.   During the transition period the UK continues to follow EU regulations while the UK and EU negotiate additional arrangements. However new rules will take effect on 1 January 2021. The European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Act 2020, specifically the Ireland/Northern Ireland Protocol, will have a significant impact on DAERA …

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Upcoming Consultations

Consent to serious harm for sexual gratification: not a defence Justice Minister Naomi Long has launched a public consultation following a review on the use of ‘consent to serious harm for sexual gratification’ as a defence sometimes known as the ‘rough sex’ defence. While the law on this defence has progressed in England and Wales, Northern Ireland continues to rely …

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Funding Opportunities

December 2020 Scheme Funder Note Date Building the Community Pharmacy Partnership (BCPP) Community Development & Health Network Northern Ireland Level 2 Closing Date 3 Dec 2020 A.J. Muste Memorial Institute: International Nonviolence Training Fund AJ Muste Memorial Institute December 2010 Closing Date 4 Dec 2020 CRC Community Relations/Cultural Diversity Grant Community Relations Council Application deadline 4 Dec 2020 ASDA Foundation: …

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Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Council Support Appeal

Is your group offering Christmas support in the local community e.g. toy appeals, food parcels etc,?  The ABC Council Community Helpline is working in partnership with various statutory and voluntary agencies, such as Southern Health Trust, Community Advice Services, St Vincent de Paul, Salvation Army etc, and has received several enquiries regarding Christmas support available locally. They are happy to …

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Tech Connects

Date: Wednesday 16 and Thursday 17 December Location: online Tech Connects aims to teach young people about peace and reconciliation through tech. Delivered by Belfast Metropolitan College, the course is aimed at 17-24 year-olds living in Belfast. Through the course, participants will: build on problem solving and creative skills learn how tech can bring about positive change for individuals and …

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