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Cross community visit – South Armagh and the Battle of the Boyne


Two groups of young people from Abhaile Aris in Letterkenny and HUBB in Belfast had a highly successful historical tour of South Armagh and a guided tour of the Battle of the Boyne.  The purpose of the arranged tours was part of a Concensus program.


Social Enterprise and community resilience to the downturn

Thank you to everyone who attended the EURES seminar, it is greatly appreciated and we hope that you were able to benefit from the activities on the day.

Please see the presentations from yesterday attached here Pauline McClenaghan and Conal McFeeley

We shall be looking at what the next stage shall look like and will keep participants informed.

Social Enterprise and community resilience to the downturn

A EURES Crossborder seminar on ‘Social Enterprise and community resilience to the downturn’ shall take place on Tuesday 24th May 2011 at 1.00 pm in the Tower Hotel in Derry.  To book a place please contact Eileen Millar on 028 9096 1111



CONCENSUS in partnership with Dance United and Square Pit bring you MERGE. This is a dynamic and innovative large scale dance performance project that will include contemporary and urban street dancers, opera singers, a rap choir, BMX bikers, skate boarders and visual artists who will create a set in live time.

The North West Schools Drama Festival

Wow… what a fantastic night!! The North West Schools Drama Festival took place on Monday 14th March & Tuesday the 15th March with participating schools from Ballygawley Donegal, L’Derry and Strabane.

International Women’s Day

On 8 March the world marked International Women’s Day with celebrations and events recognising women’s contribution to society and raising awareness about the acute inequalities faced by many women around the globe.


Stagewrite directors from North West Regional College

A group of students from the North West College Derry along side eight primary schools from Strabane district who participated in the StageWrite program in the Alley Theatre in Strabane on Thursday the 10th of March and Friday 11th March 2011.

Hear2Help Group

Along with local community activist Mervyn Ewing, a member of the Parents Support Group took the initiative to start a women’s group in her own local community in North Belfast.  Assessing the issues that needed to be tackled she decided to focus on drug and alcohol abuse.

Parent Support Group


My name is Santigie Ibrahim Bangura. I’m a 25 year old University grandaunt and I am from Sierra Leone. A country that was hit with one of the bloodiest civil wars in Africa, a country which corruption, nepotism, tribalism and sectionalism has eaten the fabrics of the lives of the people, a country that is richly blessed with a reasonable number of mineral resources (diamond, gold, bauxite, iron ore etc.) yet still remains the poorest in the world. I am a volunteer in the Global Xchange program in Belfast, Northern Ireland and I work with CONCENSUS. 


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