Centre for Democracy and Peace Building and the Institute for the Study of Conflict Transformation and Social Justice at Queen’s University Belfast invite you to a lecture Poland and its Eastern Neighbours: Foreign Policy, the EU and NATO by HE Witold Sobków, Ambassador of Poland to the Court of St James on Monday, 1 June […]
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A young Lithuanian woman has been left to pick up the pieces of her business – a nail bar in east Belfast – following a racially-motivated arson attack, which left the small business burnt to the ground. This sickening attack follows on the heels of incidents in north Belfast, where Polish residents were targeted because […]
The key issue being explored by a range of partners at the ‘Towards A Better Future’ Conference taking place at Belfast City Hall today is how to make a positive impact on hate crime and promote Belfast and Northern Ireland as a place confident in the benefits of diversity. Led by the Belfast Policing and […]
Belfast Policing and Community Safety Partnership (PCSP) and the Centre for Democracy and Peace Building are delighted to invite you to participate in: “Towards a Better Future: Hate Crime and Community Cohesion Conference” Building on the excellent work already undertaken in Belfast and across the region to tackle prejudice and promote social cohesion, this conference […]