Co-operation Ireland Press Releases
A group of 250 young people from across Northern Ireland have been awarded with a certificate signed by the Prime Minister after graduating from the NI National Citizen Service (NI NCS) this summer, a youth empowerment programme in which they worked in groups to create a social action project to benefit the local community. Co-operation Ireland is the lead organisation delivering NCS in Northern Ireland.
A group of young people from the Lower Shankill had reason to celebrate recently as they had just completed a Co-operation Ireland Youth Leadership programme.
Following a Co-operation Ireland Board meeting in Dublin today, Friday 24th June 2016, attended by the former Taoiseach John Bruton and former NI First Minister, Peter Robinson, the Chairman of Co-operation Ireland, Dr Christopher Moran said:
Co-operation Ireland's latest annual report is now available to download.
Today (24 June) at Ebrington Square, Derry-Londonderry, one of the biggest youth-led peacebuilding events to be held in Northern Ireland was launched.
To celebrate the success of this year’s Gran Fondo Giro d’Italia NI, Garmin, one of the event sponsors, has kindly donated the prize of a Garmin Edge 1000 which has a retail value of £450. Combined with a Giro d’Italia Jersey, signed over the weekend by former World Champions and Giro d’Italia Winners Stephen Roche and Gianni Bugno and a £150 voucher for framing the shirt, donated by Sheldon Galleries in Newtownards and Belfast, this makes up a fabulous prize.
Trevor Ringland and his son Michael are currently undertaking Co-operation Ireland's Entwined Histories Challenge. Here he writes about why he is doing it...
Co-operation Ireland which is uniquely established with Her Majesty The Queen and The President of Ireland, Michael D. Higgins as its joint patrons today announced that former Taoiseach John Bruton had been appointment as its Vice Chairman and former Northern Ireland First Minister Peter Robinson had been appointed to its Board.
More than 30 Bank of Ireland staff from across the Network in NI, and central support functions, participated in this. the third iteration of the charity football match, played this time in the iconic surroundings of Derry City FC’s Brandywell Stadium.
On Friday (22 April), the Lord Mayor of Cork Cllr. Chris O’Leary hosted a reception for a special group of young people from Belfast and Cork, who have been participating in a Co-operation Ireland Youth Leadership Exchange Programme.