Programmes

RURAL ENABLER PROGRAMME

RCN's Rural Enabler Programme was time bound and closed on 31st March 2013.

Its aim was to assist rural communities to develop ways to deal with the things that still divide us in Northern Ireland and the Border Counties of Ireland. Each county had an Enabler who supported groups and individuals to take a step in a new direction in challenging sectarianism and racism and how things have been done in the past. There was also an Enabler working with rural institutions across the region. ‘Facilitatory Development’ grants were available to enable groups to use activities or bring in the expertise they need to make a difference in their area.

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“Lisnawilly” Historical Shared Affair

Cu Chulainn, St Bridget and King William:30th August 2012 in the Lisnawilly HouseLouth Womens Network promoted the cohesive voice of rural women in building inclusivity in a shared future. A one day event was held on the 30th Aug ...

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Rural Respect Week

"Building Peace Through Respect". 21 to 29 September 2012 For a full calendar of regional and local events, click here to download the calendar or keep up to date with our facebook posts and twitter ...

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Your EU! Newsletter

The Spring edition of Your EU! Newsletter is now available for download from the SEUPB Website. To view the most recent updates on the progress of the EU Programmes managed by the Special EU Programmes Body please follow the ...

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‘Some Peace of Work!’

The Rural Enabler Programme is working with Omagh District Council to see if we could possibly stage an exhibition of the work local community and special interest groups have done as part of the Peace building agenda over the ...

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‘Getting to know your institutions’

Derry City Council and the Rural Community Network Rural Enablers Programme are organising an upcoming Community Relations course, which takes place over 6 weeks during February and March 2012. The course aims to make people more aware of institutions ...

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