The theme for this year’s Good Relations Week is ‘Brighter Days Ahead’ and will run from Monday 20 to Sunday 26 September. The aim of the programme is to shine a light on the peace building and cultural diversity efforts of young people and the challenges they are facing.
Nerve Centre have been delighted to support the planning and development of Good Relations Week 2021 through contributing to its steering group.
Through its Making the Future and Creative Centenaries projects, Nerve Centre have announced an exciting programme of activities.
Wednesday 22 September: Join Making the Future for the launch of ‘The Female Eye: Donegal Stories’, a screening of films created by first-time filmmakers from the north west. More information and book tickets.
Thursday 23 September: Creative Centenaries will host ‘Sexuality in Ireland, 1900-2020’, a webinar featuring input from leading historians and social commentators. More information and book tickets.
Friday 24 September: Making the Future will launch an exciting new digital version of the Collecting the Past/Making the Future exhibition. More information.
Saturday 25 September: ‘Border Sounds’, an immersive VR film co-produced by people who live on or near the border, will be launched by the Making the Future team. More information.
Join us on social media throughout the week where we’ll also be highlighting some of our other projects. Use #GRW2021 on social media and get involved!