Schools of Sanctuary – Celebration of Awards at Belfast City Hall – 20th September 2021
This was a very appropriate place to visit as the publicity from the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust says – “Castle Espie is really a sanctuary for all… the team have created a space which allows for all our needs to be met. A safe and inviting space that enables all…
MAKE BELFAST A CITY OF SANCTUARY FOR AFGHAN REFUGEES
Six newly awarded Schools of Sanctuary in Belfast and Derry/Londonderry (with four more possible schools in early September)
Sanctuary Cyclists with Belfast Friendship Club - Castle Espie Comber, Sunday 18th July 2021
Workplace racism and discrimination should not be tolerated and is unlawful. It is vital that employees and workers know what legislation and supports exist to protect against workplace racism and discrimination.
Belfast City of Sanctuary releases its first Members Newletter.
Belfast City of Sanctuary Walk on Sunday 16th August 2020 took place at Cave Hill, Belfast and was followed by…
A School of Sanctuary is a school that is committed to being a safe and welcoming place for all, especially…
Belfast City of Sanctuary's Members' Meeting at Grosvenor House, Belfast. These are largely informal social events with the odd very…
Belfast Met becomes a College of Sanctuary and AGM - 15th May 2019
Padraig O'Tuama, poet, storyteller and leader of the Corrymeela Community will lead a discussion on borders and immigration. Taking the Book of Ruth as a starting point Padraig will explore the dilemmas of the current period.
A talk and exhibition featuring personal stories from members of new communities in Belfast and how they are making a positive contribution to our increasingly diverse society.
Lots of training from the Education Authority to approve Schools of Sanctuary in Belfast followed by visits to schools applying to attain this status