Posts Tagged ‘spotlight’

PAYBAC (Policing And Youth, Behaviours And Community)

Last month, a group of young people from Donegall Pass Youth Safety Partnership and South Belfast Street by Street volunteers, challenged members of the local Neighbourhood Policing Team to high ropes activities at Belfast Act...


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Street by Street Volunteers ‘Walking off the Blues’

Street by Street volunteers in East Belfast took part in the ‘Walking off the Blues’ event on Friday 19th April 2013 to raise money for local charity East Belfast Community Counselling. Volunteers along with local r...



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Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue 12 week Programme

Congratulations to Cameron on completing a 12 week programme with the NIFRS in conjunction with the Princes Trust.


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Alternatives Receive Justice Champions Award

Alternatives were acknowledged with a Justice Champions Award for their restorative justice work in local communities by Justice Minister David Ford. Minister Ford who presented their award at the DoJ ‘Justice in the Commu...



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Alternatives Present at RJ Event in Limerick

Billy Drummond project manager of Shankill Alternatives presented at an RJ event in the Republic of Ireland following an invite to  share RJ practice and learning with a Le Chéile Restorative Justice project in Limerick.  ...


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Alternatives present at PCSP event in Cookstown

Two projects delivered by Alternatives were presented as examples of good practice at an event organised by the Policing Board in Cookstown.  The event brought PCSP managers from all over Northern Ireland to discuss issues of ...



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Northern Ireland Alternatives

Northern Ireland Alternatives (NIA) is a government accredited restorative justice programme that aims to promote and develop non-violent community responses to the issues of low-level crime and anti-social behaviour, in areas ...


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Get involved in Alternatives

  Are you a young person, interested in developing new skills or getting involved in a range of positive activities within your area?  Then contact Alternatives at any of our local sites and help yourself and your communi...