GLOBAL CONFLICT | THE HUMAN IMPACT will bring together scholars, leaders and practitioners to address the human cost of violent conflict and identify emerging strategies for conflict resolution. Coming two decades after the Good Friday Agreement, this conference offers a distinctive opportunity to assess the lessons learned from the peace agreement, as well as the daunting challenges and human toll of the world’s current refugee crisis; the largest population of displaced people since World War II.
Gathering at Queen’s University Belfast, leading voices from around the world will engage in robust debate and discuss strategies that focus on reducing the prevalence of violent conflict and its tragic impact on people, especially families. Key content areas will include Northern Ireland, Colombia and the Global Refugee Crisis, notably it's impact on families.
A new era for Northern Ireland, as recruitment for a new ME-CFS Clinical Lead (Consultant) gets underway in April 2018
This timely workshop is for all NHS healthcare providers, decision makers, university lecturers and medical students, to coincide with the establishment of new NHS services for ME/CFS patients. World leading clinicians and researchers in this field, from UK, Stanford University, ME/CFS Initiative and John Hopkins Children's Center, will provide a better understanding towards accurate diagnosis, management and treatment of the disease.
The DTNI annual conference will consider and debate action for social change and present recommendations on what needs to be done to drive change in NI.
Delegates will consider how asset-based community development is key to engaging and mobilising civil society.
The Expo will also celebrate the role of community development activists across NI.
Conference will be co-curated by leading social development organisations from the arts and built heritage sectors.
Community Planning offers a unique opportunity to realise better housing outcomes and promote wellbeing for people in Northern Ireland. Housing Rights and Supporting Communities, in collaboration with Lisburn and Castlereagh City Council, are pleased to invite you to attend a one day conference on 19th September at Lagan Valley Island which will focus on how working together can meet housing challenges.
Join us this year for Northern Ireland's Homes and Communities Conference taking place on the 20 - 21 September 2018 in Dundalk to explore the issues and challenges impacting on our sector across the island of Ireland.
The programme will feature the latest thinking in 21st century housing including: building resilient places, communities and regeneration, digital transformation, homelessness, regulation and Brexit and the economy.
The Special Educational Needs Advice Centre (SENAC) are hosting a conference to:
‘Raise awareness and understanding of the impact of trauma on care experienced children and young people and an exploration of strategies to support learning’
Key Note Speech by Louise Michelle Bombèr, Strategic Attachment Lead Teacher & Therapist and Eminent Author on Attachment
VENUE: Crowne Plaza Hotel, Shaw's Bridge, Belfast
This year's main conference theme will focus on Men's Sexual Health. Topics will include reducing inequalities; consent; chem-sex; prison health; sexual assault; Genito-Urinary Medicine Updates.