The Community Relations Council (CRC) is a key delivery partner for The Executive Office good relations policy, including the implementation of the aims and objectives of the Together: Building a United Community (T:BUC) Strategy.

Peter Day, Director, Community Engagement, Community Relations Council and Chris Gardner, Head of Good Relations and Inclusion Division, The Executive Office.

Together: Building a United Community (T:BUC) Strategy

The T:BUC Strategy acknowledges the importance of the voluntary and community sector in contributing to the delivery of its objectives.

Community involvement and the wider benefit that flows from working collectively and in partnership with government is crucial to building a united community. It is also essential to effective delivery of positive change at the local level. 

T:BUC Engagement Forum – Good Relations Across the Atlantic – Planned Interventions Programme


T:BUC Engagement Forum

The Community Relations Council (CRC) co-ordinates the delivery of the meetings of the Forum on behalf of The Executive Office. The Forum aims to provide an opportunity for local knowledge, experience and expertise to influence the implementation of the T:BUC Strategy. Through engagement the Forum promotes a more joined up outcome focused response to implementation issues. 

The Forum enables government and its associated bodies to update the sector on progress in implementing T:BUC. It enables the community and voluntary sector to consider T:BUC implementation issues, to identify good practice, and to make practical and innovative recommendations to improved delivery.

T:BUC Engagement Forum - Newsletters 

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T:BUC Engagement Forum – Engaging with the Business Sector – Business in the Community

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