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Community Action - Protestant and Catholic communities in Northern Ireland are more polarised today than they were before the Troubles began in 1969. The difficult task of building trust has fallen to community groups. Sharing and listening to each other's stories can help heal the wounds of the past and many communities are doing this through drama, photography, video and the written word. Click on some 'good news' stories that didn't make the headlines (Image of East Belfast school children painting a mural)
Murals for the Future
What happens when an El Salvadorean artist joins forces with community mural artists from Northern Ireland and a group of young people...
Go to Murals for the Future
Image of interviewer and young Celtic supporter
Check out the story of women from both communities who became travelling companions with rival Rangers and Celtic supporters from Northern Ireland.
Go to Off the Pitch
Image of bride and groom from the Wedding Play
Share the drama of a cross community play about mixed marriages that is created from real life stories...
Go to Wedding Drama
Image of Harland and Wolff cranes in Belfast
Take a closer look at communities in Northern Ireland through the eyes of the young people who live there...
Go to Seeing the Whole Picture




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