Alternatives highlight concern of young people involved in riots

Alternatives Debbie Watters & NIA board member Koulla Yiasouma from Include Youth discuss the concern of young people getting

Alternatives CLIC project 1

Challenging Life in Interface Communities (CLIC) Project was developed by Alternatives divert youths from involved interface rioting. It produced

Rev Dr Mason Chair of Northern Ireland Alternatives.

Chairman of Board of Northern Ireland Alternatives Rev Dr Gary Mason comments of the work of Alternatives

Judith Gillespie OBE Deputy Chief Constable of the PSNI at Alternatives AGM

Northern Ireland Alternatives a government accredited Restorative Justice scheme AGM. Guest speaker Judith Gillespie Deputy Chief Constable of the

Alternatives Street By Street Showcase

Alternatives Street By Street is a volunteer based street project operating in East & South Belfast to address anti-social behaviour.

Debbie Watters(Alternatives) speaks at Policing Conference .mp4

Debbie Watters Northern Ireland Alternatives & Northern Ireland Policing Board member speaks at Policing Conference at UUJ to mark 10

Youth Safety Network Launch

Youth Safety Network is a consortium of three organisations Alternatives, Challenge For Youth & Terry Enright Foundation to establish Youth

Alternatives Go Tubing

Young people who demonstrated positive attitude, good attendance and were the winning team at Alternatives Saturday Night Football project were

Alternatives Saturday Night Football

Alternatives Saturday Night Football is a project to offer young people in the Shankill a postive alternative to saturday night