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Community development in Northern Ireland

Jacinta Mary Donnelly

Community development in Northern Ireland

a comparative study of two working class communities to assess whether the process of community development differs in Catholic and Protestant areas.

by Jacinta Mary Donnelly

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Published by The Author] in [s.l .
Written in English


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Thesis (M. B. A.) - University of Ulster, 1998.

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Open LibraryOL18127883M

This paper is comprised of case studies from the Community Foundation for Northern Ireland's Communities in Transition 2 Programme. The Programme seeks to: build relationships within and between people and communities; promote local participation in community development and peace-building work; and create community cohesion by offering opportunities and support that had not . Northern Ireland, [New D2. 6 iv 11 with refs] FULL VERSION Community Development Strategy for Health and Wellbeing. 2 Contents Page Introduction 3 How community development works 4 Why community development is needed for health and wellbeing 7 Case studies

Department of Health (Ireland) Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety (Northern Ireland) Health Data; Health Research Board Publications; IPH; Northern Ireland Cancer Network (NICaN) APHO; Centre of Excellence for Public Health Northern Ireland; Community Development and Health Network. Community Work Education and Training Network (CWETN – Northern Ireland) Community development has proven successfully over the years to be a key mechanism for physical, psychological and political change within societies. It is a collective process acknowledged cross-sectorally.

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Fr. Harry Bohan Community Development has a long history in Ireland, but was known by other names. It was central to Irish rural life. To a large extent it was informal, but very much part of the social and economic fabric of life when times were poor and money was scarce. People shared their labour. Community development may be a major strategy in working for the improvement of community relations. This is a novel hypothesis of the Northern Ireland Community Relations Commission, and the commission has been backing up its hypothesis with a "community development team" of ten (later seventeen) field workers deployed.


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Community Development in Ireland: Theory, Policy & Practice. This book explores the gendered history of the Troubles, the rise of the Northern Ireland Women’s Coalition, and the role of community development as a new field in Northern Ireland.

Nearly twenty years after the Belfast or Good Friday Agreement that ended the Troubles in Northern Ireland, tensions persist and society is still deeply divided.

This handbook was made to support the government Strategy for the Support of the Voluntary Sector and for Community Development in Northern Ireland. It is designed for measuring progress in policies, programmes and projects intended to encourage community development (CD). It does so by setting out the main results to be expected from CD work and showing how these can be measured.

Community development in Northern Ireland: a case-study in agency conflict. [Hywel Griffiths] Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.

# Community development--Northern Ireland\/span> \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 schema. and Community Development in Northern Ireland Tom Lovett, Deirdre Gunn and Terry Robson Introduction People often think of the word "community" as synonymous with division and strife in N.

Ireland, i.e., the two communities, community conflict. However there is a positive side to community in this strife-torn region. Joanne Morgan, Community Development and Health Network Paul Braithwaite, Building Change Trust, Community Foundation for Northern Ireland Seamus McAleavey, Northern Ireland Council for Voluntary Action Tony Doherty, Health Living Centre Alliance Diane McIntyre, Public Health Agency.

This Strategic Framework for Community Development for Northern Ireland has been developed by the voluntary and community sector, working in partnership with statutory agencies and key Government Departments, in a co-ordinated attempt to explore the purpose, value and contribution of community development practice in Northern Ireland.

Community Development and Health Network (CDHN) is Northern Ireland’s leading organisation working to empower communities, improve health and wellbeing and reduce health inequalities using a community development approach.

3 1. Introduction This strategy for community development in health has been jointly agreed by the Health and Social Care Board and the Public Health Agency of Northern Ireland. They want to see strong, resilient communities where. Supporting Communities promotes best practice in Community Participation in Northern Ireland through a 'grassroots' approach to Community Development, providing tailored support, advice, information and training to new and existing Community Groups, Statutory and Voluntary Organisations.

JOHN P. DARBY, GEOFFREY MORRIS; Community Groups and Research in Northern Ireland, Community Development Journal, Vol Issue 2, 1 AprilPages –1Cited by: 2. settings. While the majority of chapters in this book deal with community development in the South of Ireland, Chapter 6 focuses on the impact of community development in a conflict setting, exploring specifically the evolution of community development in Northern Ireland, as well as the nature of community development practice there.

‘A Community Development Approach to Health Issues Northern Ireland’, ‘Policy to Practice’ and ‘Tools of the Trade’. They also worked in partnership with us. African and Caribbean Support Organisation Northern Ireland (ACSONI) is an autonomous community-based Organisation formed in with a proactive approach towards targeting needs and facilitating belonging among individuals from the continent of Africa, the Caribbean (West Indies) and other families in Northern Ireland with these linkages.

Local Community Development Committees have been established on a statutory basis to bring a more co-ordinated approach to local and community development. These committees use the expertise and experience of public and private actors within the area to provide effective and efficient services, especially to those most in need of those services.

traditional understandings and practice of community development in Ireland (Higgins ). To a large extent historically, community development was an informal yet fundamental part of the social and economic fabric of rural life, particularly in the context of poverty.

The Ireland Funds support communities by contributing to positive mental and physical health; community integration; development of entrepreneurial skills; opportunities for lifelong learning; sport and leisure opportunities; and protection of the natural environment.

The Ireland Funds are also proud to support programs that care for senior members of the community, provide opportunities for.

Development’ Think Tank, the origins of community development in Northern Ireland owe much to strong leadership and willingness to take risks at the community-level. The development of the civil rights movement and outbreak of political violence in the late ’s further encouraged, and required, Catholic/Nationalist communities to find.

Community Evaluation Northern Ireland (CENI) is ceasing to exist as a going concern from Our team prides itself on strong strategic thinking. Horizon scanning, deep reflection and future planning have helped us steer a successful course for over a quarter of a century.

The "troubles" in Northern Ireland have economic and political as well as religious roots. A novel approach to the situation has been made by the Northern Ireland Community Relations Commission: the commission has adopted community development as a major strategy in working for the improvement of community relations.

A community-development team of field workers has been Cited by: 1.1 RCN (); Strategic Framework for Community Development for Northern Ireland. RCN supported by the Building Change Trust 2 Motherway, B; () The Role of Community Development in Tackling Poverty in Ireland – A Literature Review for the Combat Poverty Agency, Dublin.This is the only 3rd level qualification in the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland which provides you with a specialised degree in Community Development.

Endorsed by professional bodies in both jurisdictions, the course will enable you to gain employment in a wide range of settings across the community/voluntary sector and public sector, e.g. local councils, health trusts.