About Us

Bryson Intercultural seeks to be a leader in working with and empowering Minority Ethnic families and their communities in Northern Ireland, including the indigenous Irish Travellers and newly arrived Minority Ethnic individuals, by promoting  and supporting racial and ethnic  integration into Northern Ireland.  

For over 19 years the Charity has responded to changing patterns of migration and identified need and by advocating and promoting human rights and equity through empowerment, collaboration and partnership approaches aims to help integrate those from racially and ethnically diverse backgrounds into Northern Ireland society and promote good relations between all ethnic groups.

 

 

Bryson Intercultural maintains partnership approaches and participates in relevant working groups and in addition it manages and co-ordinates the delivery of a range of services:

  • To promote understanding and respect for diversity in Northern Ireland
  • To increase the potential for those newly arrived to integrate into Northern Ireland society
  • To reduce the stress and confusion experienced by those newly arrived in Northern Ireland, including refugees and those seeking asylum
  • To promote active participation among individuals and communities from Minority Ethnic  backgrounds                
  • To promote the inclusion of Minority Ethnic  individuals and communities in their local and wider communities and in society
  • To respond to newly identified need and, where appropriate, establish and participate in multi-agency responses to design and deliver appropriate services 
  • To influence and support public, voluntary and community bodies in the development of culturally sensitive services
  • To influence and organise responses to government and public policies affecting members of ethnic communities