The Common Ground Project is supported by the European Union's PEACE IV Programme, managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB). It is a 3 year community development programme set in Tullyally and Currynierin.
The project aims to engage the members of these communities to help design and participate in a variety of programmes to increase civic involvement and community engagement. The project is community led and there is a role for everyone wothin these communities to become involved.
This project is only possible with the participation, direction and leadership of those most invested in the community - the residents
1. Health and Wellbeing
2. Women's Voices
3. Youth and Young People
4. Family Support
5. Resilience and Positive Peace
- Do you live in Currynierin or Tullyally?
- Do you want to help build and shape this programme?
- Are you already an active member of the community? Would you like to be more active?
- Do you have creative ideas for the community?
How the Project will be carried out:
In 2018 there will be community meetings and workshops designed to co-create the multiple threads of the programme. Each of the thematic programmes will runthrough a team of communiyt members that are passionate about the projects. The project coordinator will work with the community to bring in outside agencies and services, many of whom have already been doing amazing work in the area; as well as advocate for further funding and resources.
Get in Touch:
Becca Bor, Project Co-ordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org, 02871343080
Join our Facebook page: Commonground Tullyally/Currynierin
The Common Ground Project is co-ordianted by St.Columbs Park House in partnership with the Belfast Interface Project. The Currynierin Community Association and Tullyally Community Partnership have been integral in helping form and shape the contours of the programme.