– Children and Young People

Inter-linkage Programme for Existing Youth Groups – designed to maximise sustained cross community membership and build the capacity of young people through shared activities. For further information contact Education Authority at lisa.mcgurk@eani.org.uk or telephone 028 8241 1436

Resilience-based Programme for Young People – designed to increase mental health well-being and dealing with common issues such as cyber bullying, suicide awareness and substance abuse on a cross community basis.  For further information contact Education Authority at lisa.mcgurk@eani.org.uk or telephone 028 8241 1436

Cross Community Social Action/Volunteering Programme – designed to build citizenship skills for 14-24-year old’s.  For further information contact Education Authority at lisa.mcgurk@eani.org.uk or telephone 028 8241 1436

Cross Community/Cross Border Youth Sports Programme – to establish or support groups / clubs in minority sports which are not traditionally played in the Fermanagh and Omagh area by engaging young people (8-24) in sporting activities which they enjoy while forming positive relationships with people that they would not normally socialise or play sport with.  For further information contact Ryan Hanna at ryan.hanna@fermanaghomagh.com or telephone 0300 303 1777

Language Support Programmes for Young People from Minority Ethnic and Newcomer Communities – to include intergenerational conversation circles to establish community connections.  For further information contact Hugo Sweeney at hugo.sweeney@fermanaghomagh.com or telephone 0300 303 1777

Cross Community/Cross Border Cultural Activity Programme ‘Creative Cafes’ – where Children and Young People engage in a programme of Peace and Reconciliation themed activities incorporating music, multi-media, drama, history etc.  For further information contact Patricia McNulty at patricia.mcnulty@fermanaghomagh.com and Tara Taylor-Craig at tara.taylor-craig@fermanaghomagh.com or telephone 0300 303 1777