YeHa stands for Youth Education Health Advice service which was founded in 2007. YeHa supports young people in North Belfast aged 12-24 who are dealing with issues that are affecting their health & emotional wellbeing.  So we were informed that YeHa is very invovled within the wider community especially in school environments. Our work with […]

[symple_heading style=”dashed-line” title=”Info” type=”h1″ font_size=”17″ text_align=”left” margin_top=”30″ margin_bottom=”30″ color=”undefined” icon_left=”” icon_right=””] At HERe NI our mission is to empower, support and advocate for all lesbian, bisexual women, and their families. Our name reflects the importance of visibility for lesbian and bisexual women and the idea that

[symple_heading style=”dashed-line” title=”Info” type=”h1″ font_size=”17″ text_align=”left” margin_top=”30″ margin_bottom=”30″ color=”undefined” icon_left=”” icon_right=””] The Pink Ladies were established in May 2005, the PLCSG is a community based unique cancer support services model offering vital assistance and advocacy to those who are living with cancer, along with their

[symple_heading style=”dashed-line” title=”Info” type=”h1″ font_size=”17″ text_align=”left” margin_top=”30″ margin_bottom=”30″ color=”undefined” icon_left=”” icon_right=””] Our brand is evolving in conjunction with our 10th Anniversary Celebrations in January 2020. Five Governing Bodies joined forces together to establish us as the Female Sports Forum in January 2010. Our goal

Using existing raw materials including interviews, artefacts and photographs develop an exhibition that will engage users about the heritage and culture available in the North of the city. Develop an interactive media campaign that will engage young people (18-25) and families in heritage and culture in North Belfast. This is to be available on social […]

The Care Zone project was established as a result of a Future Search workshop that was led by the then Health Minister Mrs Michelle O’Neill, ‘Building Hope: Working Together to Prevent Suicide’. where twelve common ground themes were agreed at the workshop as the best actions to be taken forward to improve mental health and […]

World United NI was created in 2004 with the support of Irish Football Association (IFA) as an intercultural community football project targeting refugees, asylum seekers and people from black and minority ethnic groups which has now developed into a wider community outreach project offering educational anti-racism and discrimination workshops in schools, promoting respect and equality. […]

[symple_heading style=”dashed-line” title=”Info” type=”h1″ font_size=”17″ text_align=”left” margin_top=”30″ margin_bottom=”30″ color=”undefined” icon_left=”” icon_right=””] Greater Village Regeneration Trust was established in 1999 in response to a decline in the social and economic condition of the South-West Belfast area, with particular reference to housing. Since this

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