4 Corners Networking–Weekly Feature on Faith Activism: Fixers

little-redThis week’s featured organisation from the 4 Corners Networking events is Fixers.

In a week in which a Belfast Telegraph poll reported that two-thirds of young people see their future outside of Northern Ireland, the work of Fixers – … Read more...

4 Corners Networking–Weekly Feature on Faith Activism: Evangelical Alliance

how-does-your-faith-inform-your-activismThis week’s featured organisation from the 4 Corners Networking events is Evangelical Alliance Northern Ireland.

When I was researching my Ph.D., which became my first book, Evangelicalism and Conflict in Northern Ireland (Palgrave, 2008), Evangelical Alliance was one of … Read more...

4 Corners Networking–Weekly Feature on Faith Activism: Embrace Northern Ireland

meet-weaveThis week’s featured organisation from the 4 Corners Festival Networking events is Embrace Northern Ireland (NI). Embrace NI has an excellent reputation for its work with minorities, and has produced a number of useful resources to help others be more … Read more...

4 Corners Networking–Weekly Feature on Faith Activism: The Dock

how-can-we-use-faithThis week’s featured organisation from the 4 Corners Festival Networking events is The Dock in the Titanic Quarter.

Regular readers of this blog will already be familiar with the Dock, which I have written about on several occasions and which … Read more...

4 Corners Networking – Weekly Feature on Faith Activism: Church of the Good Shepherd Monkstown

artsAs I announced last Tuesday, a regular weekly feature on this blog will be about the peacebuilding and reconciliation work of various faith-based organisations and congregations in Belfast. This is aimed to continue the inspiration of the 4 Corners Festival, Read more...

4 Corners Networking – Get Involved! New Weekly Feature on Faith Activism: Clonard Unity Pilgrims

mairtin-o-muilleoirI recently wrote a blog reflecting on the 4 Corners Festival, and asking people to share their stories about the Festival or about their own work as peace activists.

It is the hope of the Festival organisers that it would

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