Monthly Archives: May 2014

Guest Blog – Using ICT to Build Community Cohesion: The Story of Dissolving Boundaries

This months UNESCO Centre Guest Blog comes from Professor Roger Austin, Co-Director of the Dissolving Boundaries Programme, an innovative project managed by the University of Ulster and National University of Ireland at Maynooth.  Dissolving Boundaries uses Information and Communication  Technology … Continue reading

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Photographs from UNESCO Centre INCORE HECUA Celebration

The UNESCO Centre was delighted to join with our colleagues at INCORE to celebrate the HECUA ‘Democracy and Social Change in Northern Ireland’ Programme, at the Magee Campus of the University of Ulster on Friday 10th May. For the last … Continue reading

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VIDEO – Partnership Between HECUA and Ulster a Decade of Success

Speaking ahead of Fridays celebration of over a decade of student programmes, Lorraine McIlrath, the first Director of the Democracy and Social Change in Northern Ireland Programme, reflects on the success of the partnership between HECUA and the UNESCO Centre … Continue reading

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Democracy and Social Change Livestreaming

The International Conflict Research Institute (INCORE) and the UNESCO Centre at the University of Ulster are hosting a celebration of the HECUA ‘Democracy and Social Change in Northern Ireland’ Programme, on Friday 9th May 2014 at 3pm in Martha Magee’s (MD008), Magee Campus, University of Ulster. Continue reading

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