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.
DARE to Lead Change first Inter-community Interest Forum
Over 40 people gathered at 174 Trust Duncairn, Belfast to hear about the DARE to Lead Change (Dialogues about Race and Ethnicity) project. DARE is run as a partnership project between Bryson Intercultural and TIDES Training and Consultancy. The project is funded by the European Union’s PEACE IV Programme and is managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB).
Bryson Intercultural Welcome the Latest Survey from the Equality Commission
Bryson Intercultural welcome the latest Equality Awareness Survey: A Question of Attitude from the Equality Commission. The survey asked respondents how positive or negative they felt towards different equality groups. They found that, overall, attitudes were much more positive than in previous surveys, in particular towards Travellers, lesbian, gay and bisexual people and trans people but overall Travellers still attract the most negative attitudes.