Breda PCSP Intervention

The Breda Intervention project was funded by the Lisburn & Castlereagh Police and Community Safety Partnership. Through the project, our youth workers aimed to help local teenagers begin a journey towards positive attitudes and healthy choices. Covering the period October 2017 to March 2018, the our team engaged with over 50 young people and delivered 24 weeks of activities.

FOR|WORDS: Good Relations Project

The ForWords Project was funded by Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council's Good Relations Fund and targeted 15 young people identified by local Police who were at risk of causing anti-social behaviour, and participating in racist and abusive behaviour. The project was the first step in challenging this group’s attitudes and helping them start a journey to improving their attitudes and relationships with people of different backgrounds.

The project assisted the development of these young people aged 13-18 years old by: - building awareness, understanding and acceptance of diversity in their community. The project also built leadership and communication skills, enabling young people to co-design a spoken word and graffiti project in which they actively engaged and participated in building good relations in their community.

The project encouraged participation in a series of 4 good relations awareness sessions, 4 leadership development and team-building activities, and a 4-week creative project.

Graffiti project at Cairnshill Pavilion

Spoken Word project at Oh Yeah Centre