DARE to Lead Change


Bryson Intercultural is delighted to announce that they have been awarded PEACE IV funding under Promoting Peace and Reconciliation.  The new three year project known as DARE to Lead Change is in partnership with TIDES Training and Consultancy (TIDES) and is supported by the European Union's PEACE IV Programme, managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB).  The PEACE IV Programme has a value of 270 million euros and aims to address the economic and social problems which result from the existence of borders.

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Photo below includes staff members from Bryson Intercultural and TIDES during launch event L to R Iulia Picu-Iwaisi TIDES Training, Ross Fletcher Bryson Intercultural, Carole Kane TIDES Training, Lorraine Boyd Bryson Intercultural Regional Manager for DARE, Liza Wilkinson, Director of TIDES Training, Jo Marley, Director of Bryson Intercultural,  Laura Couser Operations and Business Manager TIDES Training and Siobhan Purnell PR & Communications Bryson Group.


The DARE project will work with participants from different cultural, community and religious backgrounds across Northern Ireland and the border region of Ireland with the aim to build sustainable relationships between the Protestant, Unionist, Loyalist (PUL), Catholic, Nationalist Republican (CRN), and Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) communities.

This will be achieved through the following activities:

  1. Establishing a forum of c50 member organisations interested in PUL, CNR and BME issues through an Intercommunity Interest Forum (IIF) with intercultural, interdenominational, community and statutory membership.
  2. Promotion of strategic dialogue opportunities through hosting a series of events: large community dialogues; smaller cafe culture events around thematic issues; and policy influencer events with decision makers.
  3. Building Relationships by identifying and developing PUL, CNR and BME Community Champions to promote dialogue and action in local communities, by providing multiple strands of accredited training: to PUL, CNR and BME Community Champions who will then co-facilitate in delivering the training to all sectors including statutory, public, private etc. Also by providing mediation to resolve conflict within communities.
  4. Development of a Digital Learning Resource.