The 'Together: Building a United Community' (T:BUC) Strategy, reflects the Executive’s commitment to improving community relations and continuing the journey towards a more united and shared society.
The strategy outlines how government, community and individuals will work together to build a united community.
Provides opportunities for young people aged 9-25 from all backgrounds to increase their understanding and build long lasting friendships in a shared environment.
Focused on improving good relations outcomes and develop thriving places and communities.
Supports community activity to divert young people from anti-social behaviour and to deal with heightened tension around interfaces.
Supports constituted voluntary and community sector groups to deliver good relations projects that support the T:BUC Strategy.
The aim of the DCGRP is to improve relations within and between Council areas and support local solutions to local good relations issues.
This builds upon previous PEACE and INTERREG programmes. TEO will be accountable for circa €170m to support local authority action plans, building positive relations and victims and survivors’ elements.
Supports organisations delivering good relations programmes in North Belfast.
This is an exciting environmental initiative that provides opportunities for participants to learn more about the environment while participating in good relations activities.
Supports peace and reconciliation in Northern Ireland and the border region of Ireland.
The fund supports productive, time-bound projects which contribute to the promotion of good relations.
This initiative enables previous T:BUC Camp participants to engage in peer learning and leadership activities, which involves a range of engagement and training opportunities.
The T:BUC Annual Reports outline the positive progress made across the headline actions and four key priorities.
The collection of good relations outcomes from T:BUC projects, provide evidence of the difference projects are making and measure the contribution to the achievement of the T:BUC Strategy.
The Community Relations Council is a key delivery partner for The Executive Office good relations policy, including the implementation of the aims and objectives of the T:BUC Strategy.
Support government and associated bodies to update the voluntary & community sector on the implementation of the T:BUC Strategy.