Review of Council Interaction with Black, Minority Ethnic and Travelling communities in the Fermanagh and Omagh Council district
The ‘Review of Council Interaction with Black, Minority Ethnic and Travelling communities in the Fermanagh and Omagh Council district’ provides an overview of key statistics and services available to BMET communities within the district. It also includes a summary of priorities for BMET communities identified through a consultation exercise.
It is anticipated the review will act as a useful planning tool for the Council and other agencies by helping to identify the needs of BMET communities.
An action plan listing proposed actions to be undertaken by Fermanagh and Omagh District Council in conjunction with a number of agencies to promote integration within the district is also contained within the report. The action plan is currently being implemented.
The ‘Review of Council Interaction with Black, Minority Ethnic and Travelling communities in the Fermanagh and Omagh Council district’ is available to download from the related files panel on this web page.
Diversity Calendar – 2018
The calendar provides information on the dates of the main religious and secular days of significance and the various awareness months throughout the year and can be used as a tool when planning events.
The production of the calendar has been part funded by the Council’s Good Relations Programme.
Through our work with new communities, Fermanagh and Omagh District Council has agreed a Service Level Agreement with Omagh Ethnic Communities Support Group. Please see further details on the services provided below:
Omagh Ethnic Communities Support Group
Northern Ireland Charity Registration: NIC103386
OECSG was established in 1998 in response to the increase of inward migration to Northern Ireland. Its aim is to help support new arrivals in the process of integration and in dealing with the practical issues they face as they settle into their new abode.
OECSG is committed to promoting respect for ethnic diversity in community that is free of racism, discrimination and sectarianism and where equality is guaranteed to everyone regardless of age, creed or cultural background
Our activities are focused on achieving genuine integration, therefore creating harmony and cooperation between members of ethnic groups and the wider local community is at the heart of our vision.
Omagh Ethnic Communities Support Group deliver support services, education and training to encourage participation and integration into the local community, with the aim of enhancing quality of life.
Omagh Community House
Monday to Friday
from 9:30 am to 5.00 pm
Aisling Centre, 37 Darling Street,
Every second Wednesday
from 10.00 am to 4.00 pm
Nick or Karolina on: 028 8224 9750
Facebook: Omagh Ethnic Communities Support Group