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Spotlighting the Change Makers

Wednesday, December 5, 2018
Spotlighting the Change Makers

With big picture politics here in paralysis, it can seem that real change is forever eluding us. There’s a sense that the political breakdown is costing us – when it comes to the advancement of peace & reconciliation. In fact the tragedy is that some...

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For the silent majority …

Tuesday, June 12, 2018
For the silent majority …

An open letter to those with power & influence… Just a few months ago we sat among people who gathered to remember the Good Friday Agreement 20 years on. The sense of history in the room couldn’t be missed. News reel images & stories from...

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A mother’s battle; a community’s shadow

Monday, April 30, 2018
A mother’s battle; a community’s shadow

“My son is a recovering addict & spent most of his teen years involved in gang life,” writes Lorna*. “He’d been thriving – but suffered a mental health breakdown and during that time he got into real trouble… “I’ve always had a sense of pride...

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Space to Breathe

Sunday, April 22, 2018
Space to Breathe

It started with a chat among friends about their struggles with modern life & a purchase of six chickens; now a space of unused countryside in County Antrim has been transformed into a community retreat space that is helping to change lives. Origin Space, near...

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#MakeHereWork

Monday, June 5, 2017
#MakeHereWork

At Tell It In Colour we’re passionate about giving a voice to those who feel like no-one is listening… And lately something that’s been on our hearts & minds is a real grassroots frustration with the limbo in local politics. So over the next few...

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Women on the Interfaces

Tuesday, March 28, 2017
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Shadows & Light

Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Shadows & Light

Evelyn McCullough has a motto that motivates her each day & that is ‘to follow the light’. Last year the 63 year old, who is battling an extremely rare form of terminal cancer, was given just days to live. Since then she has had major...

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Belfast to Blanco

Tuesday, March 15, 2016
Belfast to Blanco

As a group of young people from Ardoyne and the Shankill prepare to head to South Africa for the third year of the Belfast to Blanco project – two of them share their hopes with us… The B2B experience gives teenagers, who are part of...

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Second Chances

Friday, February 5, 2016
Second Chances

“This place has changed me, it’s helped me become a better person.” The words of one young barista who’s taken up a job in a Belfast coffee shop with a difference. The Thinking Cup on the Lisburn Road isn’t just focussed on serving up hot...

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My Peace

Sunday, September 27, 2015
My Peace

If someone had told me a year & a half ago I would be standing in Belfast City Hall telling my story as part of International Peace Day, I would have laughed. I honestly never thought that could happen. My name’s Pearse: I’m an 18...

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