The CDU is a cross sectoral partnership working with youth service partners to:
Raise awareness of Youth Work: A Model for Effective Practice
Explore models of youth work practice
Share examples of youth work practice
Develop and share resources
Working primarily in East Lisburn our programmes and activities are aimed at helping those who are struggling with life issues including health problems, loneliness, unemployment, age related problems, poverty, parenting issues and lack of self esteem.
Dance Resource Base exists to support the dance community in Northern Ireland. We provide facilities, resources and services for people involved in dance, as well as playing an advocacy role in raising the profile of the art form.
Depaul Ireland provides accommodation and key services to people who many others struggle to work with street drinkers,women in prison,families who others have given up on,those with behavioural,self-harm and addiction problems.We work in Dublin and NI
Development Trusts N.I. (DTNI) was established in 2010.DTNI is a member-led organisation with a board of directors drawn from its membership and a small staff team. DTNI aims to promote asset led development and community enterprise in the third sector.
Disability Action works to ensure that people with disabilities attain their full rights as citizens, by supporting inclusion, influencing Government policy and changing attitudes in partnership with disabled people.
The reform of local government will see the reduction of 26 councils to 11. The process will be completed by April 2015. The new councils will be stronger, more efficient and will deliver more effective services.
We come to your location to provide arts/crafts workshops for all ages and abilities.
Our focus is on personal development using arts/crafts as the tools.
We can tailor our workshops to meet your needs.