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Sunday 31 August 2014

In Pictures: Community Relations in Schools gala dinner

Community Relations In Schools (CRIS) Gala Dinner at Belfast City Hall. Charlotte McNaught, Kerry Kelly and Ellie Perring
Community Relations In Schools (CRIS) Gala Dinner at Belfast City Hall. Charlotte McNaught, Kerry Kelly and Ellie Perring
Community Relations In Schools (CRIS) Gala Dinner at Belfast City Hall.
 Alison and Darren Keenan
Community Relations In Schools (CRIS) Gala Dinner at Belfast City Hall. Alison and Darren Keenan
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th April  2013 - 

Community Relations In Schools (CRIS) Gala Dinner at Belfast City Hall.

Pictured left to right are:Emma English and Mandy Lee

Picture by Kelvin Boyes / Press Eye .
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th April 2013 - Community Relations In Schools (CRIS) Gala Dinner at Belfast City Hall. Pictured left to right are:Emma English and Mandy Lee Picture by Kelvin Boyes / Press Eye .

Community Relations In Schools held  a gala dinner at City Hall, Belfast - celebrating 30 years as ‘a leading agent for change’ .

Set up in 1982the organisation has built up a wealth of knowledge and experience in working across the educational sector and beyond.

CRIS runs a number of projects and currently six members of staff.

It is been responsible for delivering several  programmes with pupils, parents and teachers with support from a variety of funders including The International Fund for Ireland, Department of Foreign Affairs and PEACE III. One of the key projects has been “The Contested Spaces” Programme, funded by OFMDFM & Atlantic Philanthropies.

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