Sectarianism

Corrymeela’s mission is to “Transform Division through Human Encounter”

sectarianismSectarianism can be viewed as a form of ‘belonging gone bad’. Our programmes build trust between diverse groups to deepen collaboration and belonging. We address fear and differences, give space for difficult conversations and encourage change at the community level and beyond.

If you want more information on any of the following programmes, please contact our Programme Manager: Sectarianism, S. Bell, sbell@corrymeela.org or call 028 2076 2626.


Strategic Dialogues

A series of strategic events convening key practitioners, community and elders to explore shared learning and new opportunities to develop interventions on sectarianism. This is ongoing. Partners The Community Relations Council (CRC) and the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA)

 

POD Project

Over two years 28 Schools will come to Corrymeela to make and broadcast podcasts about Good Relations. Partners BEAM Creative Network and BNL Productions and the EU Peace IV programme


Crossing Borders/ Conversations that Matter

Engaging young adults in conversations that matter. In particular we are addressing the issues of Borders during this time of current political discussions and upcoming anniversaries. (Partners DFA & CRC)