Home Office: Minister

Contact Details

Minister Of State
The Home Office
Queen Anne's Gate

Arts & Disability Forum

The Forum exists to facilitate the empowerment of people with disabilities through the development of Arts and Disability culture, promoting equal access to mainstream arts for people with disabilities (as both consumers and participants) and campaigns for increased opportunities in arts education, training and employment. 

NIACRO Belfast

NIACROs mission is to working to reduce crime and its impact on people and communities.NIACRO's vision is to be acknowledged as making a unique contribution to the creation of a society in which communities can live without fear of crime, and in which the rights and needs of everyone including offenders are equally respected.

Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation

Contact Details

98 Portland Place
020 7636 5313

Church Of Ireland Board For Social Responsibility

The objective of the Priorities Fund is to raise and distribute money, on behalf of the Church of Ireland, to various worthy projects within the island of Ireland.

Co-operation Ireland

Co-operation Ireland is a charity dedicated to promoting better relations between the people of Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.Their aim is to provide opportunities for groups from both sides of the border to meet so they can learn about our diverse cultural backgrounds and help create a society which is based on tolerance and acceptance of cultural difference.

Combat Poverty Agency

Combat Poverty works to ensure that eliminating poverty remains a national priority, and that social and economic policies are directed at improving the lives of the most vulnerable in Irish society.

Community Relations Council

The Community Relations Councils mission is Promoting a peaceful and fair society based on reconciliation and mutual trust. It aims to do this by providing support for local groups and organisations, developing opportunities for cross-community understanding, increasing public awareness of community relations work and encouraging constructive debate throughout Northern Ireland.

European Commission Belfast Office

The European Commission Office in Northern Ireland is part of the Commission’s UK Representation, which has offices in London, Cardiff, Edinburgh and Belfast. Their job is to represent the European Commission in Northern Ireland and to provide information about the European Union, its programmes and policies. 
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