Entries by Eva Grosman

Belfast to mark the Women’s Entrepreneurship Day

Northern Ireland will join 144 countries across the globe to mark the Women’s Entrepreneurship Day on the 19th November 2015 as Eva Grosman, CDPB CEO has recently been appointed as NI Ambassador for this initiative. Women’s Entrepreneurship Day celebrates the unwavering positivity women bring to the global economy, as well as empowering and supporting future generations. To mark […]

CDPB welcomes three exceptional WIP Class of 2015 students

We are delighted that 3 exceptional WIP Class of 2015 students: Lucy Jones, India Fahy and Gary Cooke are joining the CDPB for the Community Service and Advocacy phase of the programme. For the past 20 years, WIP has supported the peace and reconciliation efforts in Northern Ireland and Ireland. Identifying young people with a […]

Eva Grosman talks TEDxStormontWomen

NI Business Now spoke to Eva Grosman, Chief Executive of the Centre for Democracy and Peace Building, ahead of the TEDxStormontWomen event which will take place in Belfast later this month. Describe your daily role: By working with people in other areas of conflict we hope to contribute to rekindling momentum in the Peace Process and […]

Towards A Better Future

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 […]