Entries by Eva Grosman

Coventry to Belfast: Journeys of Dialogue and Reconciliation

You are invited to “Coventry to Belfast: Journeys of Dialogue and Reconciliation” on Thursday, 6 October from 8.30am to 10.30am in the Long Gallery, Parliament Buildings, Stormont Speakers: Lord Alderdice, Chair, Centre for Democracy and Peace Building Professor Mike Hardy, Chair, RISING Global Peace Forum The Reverend Canon Sarah Hills, Coventry Cathedral Canon for Reconciliation […]

EU Debate NI: Where NI goes next?

Following the decision by the UK electorate to Leave the EU, The Centre for Democracy & Peace Building (CDPB) are to continue their ‘EU Debate NI’ programme thanks to support from the Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust. EU Debate NI took a neutral position to stimulate and inform debate in Northern Ireland on the consequences of […]

CDPB announces new appointments to the Board and Advisory Board

We are absolutely delighted to announce appointments of Dr Laurence Crowley CBE to the ‪Board of Directors and Mr Terence Browne to our Advisory Board. Dr Laurence Crowley CBE is chairman of the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI), Ecocem Ltd., The Middletown Centre for Autism and Realex Payments Ltd.  In 2005 he completed his term […]

Annual Report 2016: Building the momentum

If the first year was about getting started, year two of CDPB has seen the building of remarkable momentum.  Even a quick glance through the monthly calendar of events will show the extraordinary level of activity of the Centre and those who work with us, especially our Chief Executive, Eva Grosman and Programme Director, Conor […]

Music Unite: Celebrating Culture by Jeffrey Donaldson MP

Music can unite people, cultures, traditions and communities.  This was clearly demonstrated by the remarkable ‘Music Unite’ event held at The MAC Belfast last week. Theatre goers mixed with Loyalist bands in the heart of Belfast’s vibrant Cathedral Quarter – in a space where the diversity of culture brought people and communities together. It was […]