June 2019 Newsletter
Peace IV June Newsletter
Summer is just around the corner - so smile! We’re keeping our June e-newsletter simple because our Spring 2019 magazine is jammed with stories of great projects doing amazing things. So we invite you to just grab a cuppa (biscuit optional) and click the link below. Go on! We promise you will be encouraged that peace and reconciliation work is alive and well in our council area…
Wider opportunities: Are ye involved yourself?
1. Youth19 - http://youth19.com/
There is a massive programme of events for youth aged 12-24 on the Youth19 Website. PEACE IV funds much of the programme. Please encourage local young adults to get involved.
2. Launch of the Walled Garden Cross-Community programme – All invited! Thursday 27th June @2pm at St.Columb’s Park House (Walled Garden to the rear).
2. Shrinking World~Thriving Prejudice #We All Belong Friday 21st June @12noon
At the Nerve Centre (Magazine Street, Derry) during refugee week the PEACE IV #WeALLBelong anti-prejudice programme will launch a new short film reflecting on prejudice toward refugees; and host a short discussion on the challenges for refugees coming to our community and the real and perceived challenges for host communities.
3. Valued Voices/Towards Understanding and Healing Testimony Event
Seamus Mc Donald’s father, Mervyn and mother Rosaleen, were shot dead at their home by members of the UFF on July 9th 1976. Seamus will share his story as part of our ongoing series of Valued Voices Testimony events.
Thursday 20th June @12.30 pm @Holywell DiverseCity Building, Bishop Street
A light lunch will be provided. To book contact: [email protected] 028 7126 1941
4. One Community Project – Sperrin Historical Walking Project.
Next walk is in Donemana on Thursday 13th June. Meeting at Earlsgift Hall @ 11am for Tea & Scones. Contact [email protected] for further info
5. NW Community Network Funding Fair - Thursday 20th June 10:00am – 12pm
Holywell Building, DCCP, 10-14 Bishop St. This is not a PEACE IV event but we’re including it here as it may help some of our projects find further funding avenues to sustain their work after PEACE IV funding has ended. It’s an opportunity to hear about the latest funding on offer face to face from a range of funding bodies.
Derry City and Strabane District Council’s PEACE IV Programme is a project supported by the European Union’s PEACE IV Programme, managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB).
For further information on the local council programme contact: [email protected] or visit our website www.derrystrabane.com/Peace-IV