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Providing teachers, youth works, schools and youth organisations with a wide range of information and resources on the development of community relations, equality and diversity.


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Principals’ Conference 2014

Introduction to the Principals’ Conference, by Lorna Gardiner, NEELB and Arlene Kee,SEELB, Co-Chairs of the Interboard CRED Panel.  For all presentations from the conference, click on the Professional Development section and search for Principals’ Conference.


Section 75 Groups

Section 75

The CRED Policy builds on the previous Community Relations Policy and broadens the scope of the work to include wider issues of diversity. This includes the need to promote equality of oportunity to all Section 75 groups:

  • Gender
  • Age
  • Persons with or without a disability
  • Sexual Orientation
  • Marital Status
  • Race
  • Religious Belief
  • Political Opinion
  • Persons with or without dependants

Find out more about the section 75 groups


CRED in Practice

In this section you will find examples of how schools and youth settings have developed CRED across a range of contexts.

Diversity Competent Leadership Programme- Coleraine.

06 November 2015

The Diversity Competent Leadership programme grew out of Community Relations focused youth work with groups of […]

YOUTH SERVICE

'Our Town': Lurgan Town .

03 November 2014

St Michael’s Grammar School and Ceara School, Lurgan The project focused on Post 16 aged pupils […]

SCHOOLS

DISABILITY, FAITH

'We Fly Kites'- Glengormley Integrated PS and Glennan PS.

03 November 2014

This case study describes the collaboration between Glengormley Int PS and Glennan PS and is titled […]

SCHOOLS

FAITH


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