The policy – A SHARED FUTURE – Policy and Strategic Framework for Good Relations in Northern Ireland was published on Monday 21 March 2005 by way of a Written Ministerial Statement (WMS) in the House by the Rt Hon John Spellar MP.
Provide support through programmes which facilitate and fund links with schools across the world.
This site contains information and source material on ´the Troubles´ in Northern Ireland from 1968 to the present. There is also information on politics in the region and Northern Ireland society.
Sponsors of our 25th Anniversay Short Film Competition for Integrated schools
The Community Relations Council was set up to promote better community relations between Protestants and Catholics in Northern Ireland and, equally, to promote recognition of cultural diversity.
The Department of Education is responsible for education provision in Northern Ireland. This website provides information for parents, teachers, students and school administrators; it also provides information about the department itself.
The Eastern Childcare Partnership provides information about childcare and family support services in the Eastern Health and Social Services Board (EHSSB) area of Northern Ireland. These services are captured under the generic term Early Years.
Educate Together works in the Republic of Ireland to support and represent Educate Together schools which are multi-denominational, co-educational, child-centred and democratically run.
The team has been established to support the Chief Executive designate to establish the new Education and Skills Authority.
Disability Discrimination Code of Practice for Schools is now available from the Equality Commission.
The Forum looks to support teachers, and teaching of, Religious Education in the pan-European context.
Click here for a list of Integrated Schools and access to their individual websites
The Integrated Education Fund financially supports the establishment of new schools, existing schools and those schools seeking to become integrated through the transformation process.
International Cooperation Foundation
Welcome Centre for Non-Governmental Organizations and Delegations
An independent centre of excellence in mediation and other methods of conflict intervention.
Apartheid – John O´Farrell 28th November 2005
Northern Ireland Council for Voluntary Action.
Promoting the voluntary sector
The site for the N Commissioner for Childrens Rights updated regularly. Excellent for young people.
Healing the division has been and remains at the centre of the Government´s policy and requires action across a wide range of political, cultural, and socio-economic programmes.
The One Small Step Campaign aims to :
Give individuals and groups the opportunity to recognise the importance of their role in peace building
Creating opportunities for all to take action in securing a peaceful and meaningful future
A survey by Queen´s University and the University of Ulster shows a dramatic change in NI opinions and beliefs. 61% stating that they would prefer to send their children to a mixed-religion school.
Sponsors of our 25th Anniversary Short Film Competition for Integrated Education
The Right to Education Project aims to promote social mobilisation and legal accountability, looking to focus on the legal challenges to the right to education.
One World Centre´s website for thinking about Diversity and Inclusion within the Citizenship curriculum
NIGAG was established in September 1999 to promote networking, organise events and to promote good practise among all organisations that are involved in political lobbying in Northern Ireland.
The Final Report of the Working Group on 14-19 Reform in England