Ordinary Women in Extraordinary Times!

Join us to trace key influential women from a variety of traditions and the contribution they made to leading change in Ireland during the 19th and 20th Century.

This free programme for people living in the Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council area, is run by Council Peace IV Programme in partnership with Rural Community Network (RCN) and REACT and is delivered by Martin Snoddon of Northern Spring.

Sessions
Sessions will be offered on-line on Wednesdays from 10-12am and will be complemented by 3 additional virtual tours that will explore the women’s stories where they happened.
  • 16th September 2020 (Wed)
  • 23rd September 2020 (Wed)
  • 28th September 2020 (Mon)
  • 30th September 2020 (Wed)
  • 5th October 2020 (Tues)
  • 7th October 2020 (Wed)
  • 12th October 2020 (Mon)
  • 14th October 2020 (Wed)
  • 21st October 2020 (Wed)

This course is being run on-line due to the current restrictions. As new guidance continues to emerge and change regarding Covid-19 we may consider running this programme in a suitable venue in the Gilford/Banbridge area if it is deemed safe to do so.

We particularly welcome people from across all sections of the community and those who have never engaged in a Peace IV Programme. Places will be allocated to reflect the diverse nature of the Council area with a priority placed on encouraging people who have not been involved in similar programmes. Spaces are limited.

To express your interest in this programme, please contact Lesley at REACT:
E: Lesley@reactni.org or M: 07925163872

Please note - this course was previously advertised early in 2020. Expressing an interest does not guarantee a place. REACT will inform you if you have been successful after the closing date.

** Closing date for receipt of Expression of Interest forms is 4th September 2020**

A project supported by the European Union’s Peace IV programme, managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB)