No sides & new starts in east Belfast

Wednesday, May 29, 2019
Four women's groups have come together in east Belfast to try and overcome divides in this part of the city. The women were from Short Strand Women's Group, the Diamond, East Belfast Independent Women's Group and the Lagan Athletic Ladies' Football Club. The challenge was the patchwork nature of community work in east Belfast & their aim was to blur those lines and build new working relationships. This is their story...

Four women’s groups have come together in east Belfast to try and overcome divides in this part of the city. The women were from Short Strand Women’s Group, the Diamond, East Belfast Independent Women’s Group and the Lagan Athletic Ladies’ Football Club. The challenge was to tackle the patchwork nature of community work in east Belfast, to blur divides & build new relationships. This is their story…


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