The Music Project brings together children from the Tamil and Sinhalese communities to interact and perform in front of an audience. While they still experience language, ethnicity and religious barriers they are no longer divided by a long and bitter civil war.
The award winning “Museum without a Home” is an ‘Exhibition of Hospitality’ which was designed to promote solidarity with refugees and other migrants. It showcases real items donated by ordinary Greeks to people fleeing their homes in search of safety and dignity.
Join 6 human rights activists to see whether human rights can be funny. This brave group of unlikely comedians will dare to entertain and inform you with comic tales from frontline rights activism after just a few short weeks of stand-up training.
A NI Business & Human Rights Forum event, with support from the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission focussing on ethical products, transparency in supply chains and sustainable development, with Safia Minney, founder of People Tree,
Amnesty International’s Citizen Evidence Lab supports human rights researchers and advocates in verifying and using new digital data-streams from conflict zones and other human rights hot spots.
Amnesty International’s Milena Marin reveals the cutting-edge digital investigation behind the BBC Africa Eye report on the executions of women and children by Cameroonian soldiers and more on how Amnesty is using tech to expose human rights abuses globally.
This event hosted by the Equality Commission for Northern Ireland aims to gather information and views from disabled people (and others) to help the Commission plan how it will work to help broaden access for people with disabilities to politics and public life.
Dancer, Choreographer, Activist & Musician Ripton Lindsay nurturing the conversation about the freedom of movement through dialogue and dance.
To mark the 100 year anniversary of women’s suffrage, QUB Women in Law Lean In Circle is hosting a workshop to explore current experiences of gender inequalities.
This event marks the 50th commemoration of the civil rights marches and looks forward to the next 50 years. The programme is thus past and future focused.
This project is an initiative by Belfast City of Sanctuary with co-operation from the Education Authority, Libraries NI, NI Community of Refugees and Asylum Seekers and Belfast Metropolitan College with funding from Belfast City Council.
Transgender people are coming out in greater numbers than ever before, but our healthcare services are stuck in the past.
A panel discussion on the difficult area of family breakdown and parental alienation
Basic income is not a pipe dream. In India, Canada, Finland, Kenya, Scotland and many other countries, Basic Income is an idea whose time has come. Can we make it happen here?
Dr Anne Smith and Professor Colin Harvey will launch the findings of their research report outlining the next steps for a Bill of Rights for Northern Ireland. The project was funded by Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust (JRCT).
Launch of an art exhibition by Syrian and Palestinian refugee women.
Join the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission at the launch of its 2018 Annual Statement.
Learn about and celebrate human rights with this creative workshop from Amnesty International for primary school age children and their parents / guardians.