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Ards and North Down Borough Council: Good Relations Programme – UK

Ards and North Down Borough Council: Good Relations Programme – UK


Deadline: 25-Mar-21

Ards and North Down Borough Council, through its Good Relations program, is committed to achieving a shared and better future for all by working in partnership with all communities to promote equality and mutual respect.

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Ards and North Down Borough Council aims to work with the community to bring this vision forward. Local community groups and the voluntary sector are invited to apply for funding to deliver good relations/good race relations projects. There may also be opportunities for partnership working between statutory agencies, the voluntary and community sectors, using community development approaches to deliver innovative good relations/good race relations endeavors.

The Council wishes to continue to support local groups to build on their good practice so that a variety of exciting and innovative projects can take place locally. Through a commitment to good relations and community development work, groups and individuals from different political, racial, and religious traditions have been enabled to engage with one another in ways which:

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Priorities

In accordance with the Ards and North Down Borough Council Good Relations Strategic Plan, all applications must demonstrate that their project meets the project outcome associated with the key priorities below:

Children and Young People: To continue to improve attitudes amongst our young people and to build a community where they can play a full and active role in building good relations.
Their Shared Community: To create a community where division does not restrict the life opportunities of individuals and where all areas are open and accessible to everyone.
Their Safe Community: To create a community where everyone feels safe in moving around and where life choices are not inhibited by fears around safety.
Their Cultural Expression: To create a community that promotes mutual respect and understanding, is strengthened by its diversity, and where cultural expression is celebrated and embraced.
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Grant applications will be considered up to a maximum of £1,000 and subject to budget availability.
Eligibility Criteria

Many different types of groups are eligible to apply:

Constituted community and voluntary organizations.
Partnership/inter-agency groups.
Church and other religious groups may apply for projects that meet the objectives of the funding scheme.
Constituted resident groups.
The following groups cannot apply:
Statutory organizations;
Individuals;
Sports clubs (Redirected to ANDBC Sports Development).
For more information, visit https://www.ardsandnorthdown.gov.uk/resident/grants/good-relations-grant-programme

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