EVENT: TOGETHER THROUGH SPORT – Wed 22nd May – Craig Gilroy Set To Take Part In Open Q&A

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With support from Department for Social Development, IRFU (Ulster Branch), the Irish FA and Ulster GAA are joining forces and using the power of sport to promote positive cross-community relations.

From 2012 – 2015 the Northern Ireland Executive, through the Department for Social Development has provided over £480,000 of funding to support community and volunteer development as part of the Volunteering Strategy for Northern Ireland.

An event entitled ‘Together Through Sport’ will showcase some of the existing work that clubs and community groups are doing to promote good relations in their area. Participants will also have an opportunity to meet and interact with Craig Gilroy (Ulster Rugby), Daniel Lafferty (Irish FA) and Colm McCullagh (GAA) who will share their sporting experience at the event. A demonstration of the GO3H will also take place at the event involving kids from local clubs.

Tools that clubs can utilise to engage with other groups across sporting codes in an effort to positively transform community relations will be available on the night.

The event will take place during Community Relations Week on Wednesday 22nd May at Oakgrove Integrated College, Derry/Londonderry (commencing 6.45pm). The content and discussions will be particularly relevant to club administrators, coaches, community group representatives and any others interested in using sport to promote good relations.

The event is free and open for all interested groups and individuals.

For the itinerary CLICK HERE

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