Giving young people opportunities for a better future
Co-operation Ireland believe that it is important to give our young people an opportunity to meet, learn about the traditions and cultures of other young people living on the island of Ireland if we are to create a more peaceful respectful stable society.
In Northern Ireland most children are segregated along religious traditions at a very young age, as early as 4 years. Often they go through their formative years without having the opportunity to meet someone their own age who is from a different religion or cultural background.
Over the years Co-operation Ireland has developed numerous programmes based around education and the education system, all of which aim to improve relations between our young people and communities.
Supporting the next generation of leaders
A good relations and employability programme
Bringing together young people with a common interest in music
Focusing on a decade of centenaries
Making young peoples' voices heard in their community
North South Underachievement Practitioners Engagement Project
Banking on the Future
Young hearts for Peace and Prosperity
Make extraordinary friendships, build skills for life & work