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P♀sitive Relations Project

The overall aim of the project is to engage and empower women to contribute to post-conflict transition and reconciliation. This is to be achieved through the following layer-cake approach to intervention: Capacity-building work of individual women through personal development and skills acquisition; Political awareness raising through a structured course and activities; Understanding of reconciliation and post-conflict transition through phased accredited courses to OCR Level 3; Active participation through mentored contextual projects to build positive cross-community and cross-border relationships as active citizens, along themes such as rural engagement, minority ethnic groups, young women, interfaces, etc. An outline of the project is as follows: Extension of strategic, regional and local cross-border partnerships to identify and agree target group clusters north and south; Delivery of capacity-building courses and activities in the areas of personal development, political awareness and reconciliation training to Level 3; Support of activities and projects leading from the training activities to tangible relationship-building initiatives within and between clusters appropriate to the context; Mentoring and network building to sustain linkages and positive relationships.
Training for Women Network (TWN) , Unit 10b , Weavers Court , BELFAST , ANTRIM , BT125GH , NI
£ 2,766,645.00
Aug. 7, 2008
May 23, 2011
Sept. 6, 2021
Lead Partner
P1 Reconciling communities
1.1 Building positive relations at the local level
1.1 Regional projects
SEUPB - Joint Technical Secretariat
No further information added.


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TWN celebrates building positive relations across the region Women Project Promotional Resource Training for Women Network (TWN) December 2010


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