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Todays updates include details of the North belfast Interface Monitoring Groups schools engagement programme in partnership with the Emergency Services and an update on recent attacks on the NI Fire & Rescue Services in North Belfast.

 

 

NBIN Launch Social Return on Investment Report

The North Belfast Interface Network will launch its Social Return on Investment report carried out by Karl Leathem (Lodestar) at 12.15pm on Wednesday the 29th April at Groundwork on Duncairn Gardens.

This report, the first of its kind to evaluate community relations activity using this method, has been designed to monetise key elements of the work of the North Belfast Interface Network.

Bairbre de Brun MEP will formally launch the report and Karl Leathem, author of the report will discuss the merits of Social Return on Investment methodology and some of the difficulties encountered in attempting to quantify community relations activity using this method.

 

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North Belfast Interface Network was established in 2002 by community organisations to develop a strategic response to interface violence and develop community relations work in North Belfast.

The area within which the project is based is one wherein the past conflict and its legacies have dramatically affected the population. Those communities represented by the three constituent projects, Ardoyne, Cliftonville, New Lodge, have all experienced disproportionate levels of sectarian violence.

 

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