Lagan Dragons is Northern Ireland’s first ever breast cancer survivor Dragon Boat team, formed in September 2015, with training sessions from Belfast Boat Club, 12 Lockview Road, Belfast.
Our team is open and inclusive to all, however, we are primarily made up of breast cancer survivors, family members and medical professionals who have supported us and been involved in our diagnoses and treatment, but we welcome new members of all ages, backgrounds and abilities!
Join NI Hospice on the 6th or 13th of April or 23rd or 30th June at one of the 7 scenic walk locations across Norther Ireland, spend quality time with friends and family and help raise vital funds for a local charity.
To mark 40 years as one of Northern Ireland’s leading Addiction charities, on the 8th April 2019, Addiction NI and Inspire will host their Addiction Conference - ‘Changing the Conversation on Addiction’.
This isn’t your average industry conference with a typical agenda: the Conference will be an inspirational and provocative event for people living with addiction and those who support and work with them.
The UK government recently published 'A Green Future: Our 25 Year Plan to Improve the Environment', setting out what it will do to improve the environment within a generation. Government in NI has indicated its intentions to develop a Long-term Plan for the Environment in NI.
Once the UK leaves the European Union on 29 March 2019, the right to free movement will no longer be automatic. Employers will be faced with a new immigration system to manage and ensure all employees from the EEA have the right to work in Northern Ireland and the UK.
'WHO LIVES HERE BELONGS. Exploring unique journeys and shared future of people living in Northern Ireland'
In the aftermath of Brexit - deal, no deal or delay - we would like to explore the diversity of people living in Northern Ireland and how our lives and futures are intertwined and interdependent. We will look at unique journeys and different pathways, but also shared experiences and concerns as well as what lies ahead and how to collectively work towards Nothern Ireland that truly embraces diversity and equality.