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Manouche performing at the launch of Community Relations Week

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Several Lord Mayor's chains were on show at the launch of Community Relations Week

Several Lord Mayor’s chains were on show at the launch of Community Relations Week

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Derek Poole, The Link Centre, spoke at the launch of Community Relations Week

Derek Poole, a long time activist for peace and better community relations, said he has been around too long.

He doesn’t need more of the same – Imagehe needs new things.Derek acknowledged that the good work being done would be impossible without what CRC has given. And what has the Community Relations Council given? Money? Yes, but so much more.

Vision.

Support.

Analysis.

Friendship.

Policy.

And I say again – so much more!

Derek said that we cannot build a future on tolerance. It isn’t enough. We need rich and deep engagement.

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Susan Hughes - The Quiet Peacemakers Exhibition

The quietly spoken Susan Hughes spoke about her Quiet Peacemakers Exhibition to be displayed at the 174 Trust, Antrim Road, during Community Relations Week. A formal launch will take place on Monday 23rd June when there will be a panel discussion. 6pm for the launch and 7.30pm for the discussion at 174 Trust.
More information at http://www.community-relations.org.uk

Susan Hughes – The Quiet Peacemakers Exhibition

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photo 222Joby performed at this mornings launch of Community Relations Week and will be making appearances throughout CR Week. He performed a song which he described as, ‘an optimistic look at the future.’
More information at http://www.community-relations.org.uk

Joby Fox

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Mairtin O Muilleoir receives Civic Leadership Award from Community Relations Council

Mairtin spoke with his usual candour and warmth. He commended CRC and all those working at the coalface and dedicated the award to the youngest person in the room who, only months old, has no preconceptions, no sense of colour or creed. A timely reminder that our children, and therefore our society, are what we make them.

Mairtin O Muilleoir receives Civic Leadership Award from Community Relations Council

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