By Harold Ohayon “A New Struggle?” Following the historic and shocking victory for the OUT campaign, we have been inundated with reports about increased xenophobia and racism throughout the United Kingdom. In a gross, yet predictable, manner, the supporters of
PRESS RELEASE 1st July, 2016. Working towards an Inclusive Northern Ireland Following the very negative content of much of the debate surrounding the EU Referendum, there has been an alarming 57% increase in reported racist abuse directed at people who have
CRAICNI C.I.C. is seeking to recruit additional Voluntary Non-Executive Directors CRAICNI stands for Cultivate Respect, Appreciate Inclusion in Communities in Northern Ireland. CRAICNI is the only social enterprise in Northern Ireland offering diversity and cultural awareness training services that are
Introduction – Chapter 1: “Into the Slavic Unknown”, by Philip Attwood. In the Spring of 2003 I had just gained my CELTA qualification to teach English as a foreign language, from International House, in London. After we had been told
When I attended the launch of the Rwandan Dream NI recently I was once again struck by the power of stories in building peace and reconciliation in countries that have suffered terrible conflict. To be human is to tell stories.