9th-14th DecemberHuman Rights FestivalThis festival sees a broad range of organisations from across Northern Ireland come together to provide an exciting range of events that help reflect the theme of “Celebrating and Protecting Human Rights”.The programme integrates classic festival style events with topical human rights issues from home and abroad in an effort to raise public awareness and participation in the promotion and defence of human rights. This year’s programme has cabaret, poetry, classic films, photography exhibitions, pub quizzes, talks, presentations and many other human rights themed events.Contact InformationWeb: www.humanrightsfestivalni.comEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgTel: 028 90 313780
Read more about the events and programme.10th December Action Cancer Sound of Action Christmas Musical
At this Action Cancer event local school choirs showcase their talent, and for the FIRST TIME ever the ladies only ‘Sound of Solace’ choir will also perform.
The Christmas themed event takes place at St Anne’s Cathedral Belfast at 7.30pm on Tuesday 10th December. Cool FM’s Breakfast show host Connor Phillips will compere the whole event and bring his wit and repartee to St Anne’s for one evening only….
Call Michelle on 028 9080 3357 or email email@example.com to get your tickets.
Venue: Windsor Women's Centre, 136-144 Broadway, BelfastTime: 10am until 2.30pm (morning and afternoon activities)Telephone: 028 9023 5451
11th December – 12th March
Infertility Network Workshops
Infertility Network are providing a range of support workshops in Derry for people suffering the effects of infertility. They can take up to 30 people on the programme which starts on Wednesday 16th October in the Millennium Forum, Derry. They are all Free of charge and held in a neutral, modern venue with no reference to infertility upon arrival. Workshops available are:
For more information and to book a place: email: firstname.lastname@example.org text: 078 3798 7562 or Phone: 028 9082 5677.12th DecemberValuing Children / Young Peoples Perspectives on Emotional Wellbeing
Queen’s University, School of Education is holding a seminar 'It’s about relationships: Valuing Children and Young Peoples Perspectives on 'Emotional Wellbeing' on 12 December 2013, 12.30pm – 2pm in the Cathcart Room, School of Education, 69/71 University Street, Queen’s University Belfast (sandwich lunch will be provided).The speaker is Vicki Coppock who is Reader in Social Sciences: Childhood Studies & Mental Health at Edge Hill University, Ormskirk, Lancashire, UK. She is also a qualified and experienced psychiatric social worker. She teaches in the areas of social work studies, mental health, childhood studies and gender and sexuality. She has a research and publications record in the critical analysis of theory, policy, legislation and professional practice in the field of mental health, with a particular emphasis on asserting a positive rights agenda for children and young people in mental distress. Her presentation at this seminar draws together evidence from qualitative research studies in the United Kingdom, Sweden and Australia to disrupt prevailing adult-centred, professional discourses of childhood and mental health, revealing the central importance of agency, community, togetherness and the relational in children and young people’s narratives of their subjective ‘wellbeing’.
For further information please contact email@example.com December Belfast and District Trades Union Council Film Screening A Human Rights Festival Event "Bread and Roses" is a thought provoking film about immigrant workers’ struggles against poverty, state violence, and economic exploitation, and starring Oscar winning actor Adrien Brody. The film will be introduced by Dr Stephen Nolan.
Date: Thursday 12th DecemberTime: 7pmLocation: Northern Visions Media Centre, Donegall Street BelfastTicket: Admission Free and refreshments provided
For further details contact Naomi 0743578605520th February 2014
WINI Women’s Words Conference 2014
Women’s Words Conference 2014!Due to a number of event clashes the WINI Women’s Words Conference scheduled for 28th November 2013, it has been postponed until 20th February 2014. Following 3 years of consultation with over 500 women across Northern Ireland, WINI will be using the event to propose a model of engagement for ordinary women in Northern Ireland and the wider decision Makers and MLAs.To register for the conference, please contact Bernie at WINI on 028 9083 2022 or alternatively fill out the enclosed booking form or on the WINI website.