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Welcome to Bryson Intercultural

Bryson Intercultural seeks to be a leader in working with and empowering Minority Ethnic families and their communities in Northern Ireland.

Latest News

DARE to Lead Change project launches to build positive relations

A new project, DARE to Lead Change (Dialogues about Race and Ethnicity) was launched on Tuesday 13th March at IFA Headquarters, Windsor Park, Belfast.

Pictured at the Launch and Daring to Lead Change is Adrian Bird from the Resurgam Trust in Lisburn, Mansoreh Abolhassasni (originally from Iran) and Eileen Rooney (an Irish Traveller).

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New Regional Manager for Bryson Intercultural

Brendan Quail has joined the Bryson Intercultural team in his new role as Regional Project Manager with the Vulnerable Syrian Refugee Consortium. He previously worked as Senior Administrator with Bryson’s Asylum Advice Service and has many years’ experience in the asylum seeker and refugee sector in Northern Ireland.

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Success Stories

Together Building a United Community

The young people at An Munia Tober took part in a cross community programme that involved discussions, activities and guest speakers who brought unique perspectives allowing the young people to explore issues such as sectarianism, division and good relations.

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The Art Of Cooking

Insaf Hamo is a Syrian refugee who has moved to Belfast in November 2016 with her family. Insaf’s family have been resettled to the UK through the Government’s Vulnerable Persons Relocation Scheme and received the support of the Vulnerable Syrian Refugee Consortium throughout her settling process in NI.

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Cultural Trip for Roma and Irish Traveller Women

We led a group of 25 Roma and Irish Traveller women to Auschwitz during 2016 to learn about the World War II genocide; we were joined by the Office of the First Minister and Deputy First Minister. Encouraging integration and challenging discrimination, the women learnt about the atrocities of World War II, particularly for marginalised groups who were tortured because of their ethnic background.

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