What's happening in this area?

Community Capacity Building - Respect Lurgan

Bryson Care are delivering a programme to support the development of voluntary and community sector capacity in Drumgask and Kilwilkie. The programme is providing opportunity for groups to focus on their own needs and development goals and includes an organisational healthcheck, training and support and the opportunity for groups to develop their own project.

Facilitating Area Regeneration

Copius Advisory Services are providing the opportunity for people from Kilwilkie and Drumgask to learn about making Urban Regeneration happen and to get involved in the design of an urban regeneration plan.

Community Safety

Community Restorative Justice Ireland (CRJI) are supporting the development of community responses to crime and anti-social behaviour through a community engagement forum. Find out more at www.crjireland.org or on twitter @CRJIcentral.

Health and Wellbeing Project

Copius Advisory Services are working to train a cohort of community health champions and to raise awareness of how to access existing support services. 

Expanding Restorative Practice

Community Restorative Justice Ireland (CRJI) in partnership with NI Alternatives are offering free Restorative Practice training for community workers and statutory agencies who work in the eight Communities in Transition target areas. Find out more at www.crjireland.org or on twitter @CRJIcentral.

Outreach, Information and Connect service for EPFC Community

Copius Advisory Services have commenced delivery of an outreach, information and connect service for Ex-prioner and Former Combatant community. The project aims to raise awareness of relevant support services available to the EPFC communities and their families.

What other activities are planned?

Details of upcoming projects can be found on our Tender Opportunities page.

How can I get involved?

For more information on any Communities in Transition projects contact Co-operation Ireland on 028 90321462 or e-mail [email protected]   

           

Funded by The Executive Office