The work of South Belfast Roundtable
- hate crime prevention
- migration awareness
- refugee awareness
- promoting inclusion
- developing cultural competency
Tension monitoring and intervention
The Race Relations Coordinator works closely with a range of agencies to both monitor tension around race related issues and to work on practical localised solutions
Interagency working and coordination
South Belfast Roundtable coordinates an email network to share information across all member groups.
The Roundtable participates in many interagency working groups involving both voluntary and statutory sector organisations working together to promote integration and diversity.
Migration Awareness Training is a half day interactive session which explores inward and outward migration and the rights of migrant workers in Northern Ireland. It aims to dispel myths and provide practical information on issues relating to migration.
Ending Hate in Our Communities was adapted from The Centre for Prevention of Hate Crime in Maine USA to fit the context in Northern Ireland. It is a half day interactive workshop which aims to give participants an understanding of the extent of bias, harassment and hate crime in their community and the impact of bias and harassment on those targeted, as well as practical skills to help them respond to and prevent hate crime.
The Roundtable also tailors and delivers bespoke for a range of community groups, schools and statutory bodies.
For more information on training please contact email@example.com
Belfast Friendship Club
Belfast Friendship Club meets informally one evening each week at Common Grounds Café, University Avenue, Belfast. It is open to everyone but offers a particular welcome to newcomers who find themselves in Belfast for any reason.
Belfast Friendship Club is a safe space for people from all over the world and for Belfast’s long term residents to:
- meet in a diverse, supportive and relaxed atmosphere,
- get information,
- get involved in activities and events,
- make friends and help each other.
For more information:
- visit Belfast Friendship Club’s website www.belfastfriendshipclub.org
- or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Small World workshops provide the opportunity for groups to engage with people from a range of different backgrounds in a safe cafe style environment. Table hosts are recruited through BFC. These have been run successfully for a wide range of organisations and audiences.
Find out more about Small Worlds:
For more information on Small Worlds please contact email@example.com
Global Kitchen is a capacity building accredited catering training project run by South Belfast Roundtable.