Programmes

COHESION, SHARING AND INTEGRATION

This programme of work promotes the ethos of a “Shared Future” within and between rural communities across Northern Ireland. All projects and activities carried out under this programme focus specifically on the issues related to rural sectarianism and rural racism. There is also scope for work on gender issues, minority ethnic work, cultural diversity, social exclusion and poverty, culture, equality and championing sustainability.  The CSI programme itself develops rural community initiatives, feeds into the NI policy context, assists the RCN Rural Enablers programme and promotes Cohesion, Sharing and Integration at both a local and regional level.

CRC Core Funding Awards 2018/19

Rural Community Network (RCN) has been successful in winning a grant award of 44, 658 per year for three years from The Community Relations Council. RCN is one of 32 organisations receiving funding to support and deliver peacebuilding activity. The ...

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Rebels, Radicals Royalists and Loyalists

RCN in partnership with REACT and Northern Springs delivered a six week community relations programme called Rebels Radicals Royalists and Loyalists in the Mid Ulster Council area.This programme focused on the theme of shared history and involved 6 ...

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RCN and React complete work with their History Group.

RCN in partnership with REACT and Northern Springs delivered a six week community relations programme called Rebels Radicals Royalists and Loyalists in the Banbridge and surrounding rural areas. This programme focused on the theme of shared history and ...

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Equality and Good Relations Training

NIRWN together with the Rural Community Network delivered two training sessions to the new Monitoring Committee of the NI Rural Development Programme 2014-2020 on November 11th and November 26th. The training focussed on the Equality and Good Relations responsibilities ...

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A Fresh Start for NI

The Northern Ireland Executive, the UK and Irish governments have agreed a set of actions following ten weeks of talks.After ten weeks of intensive cross party talks at Stormont House, the Northern Ireland executive and the UK and Irish ...

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