Print issue of VIEW which looked at impact of Building Change Trust is launched in Belfast

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Above in featured image: Peter Osborne, left, Community Relations Council, at the launch of the 49th issue of VIEW at the Crescent Arts Centre, with Bill Osborne, Brian Pelan, Mary McManus, East Belfast Independent Advice Centre; Nigel McKinney, Lucy Gollogly and Amanda Doherty from Big Lottery Fund and Dr Brendan Murtagh

By VIEW editor Brian Pelan

The 49th issue of VIEW (print version) was recently launched at the Crescent Arts Centre in Belfast.

This edition of VIEW looked at the impact of the Building Change Trust as it comes to the end of its 10-year existence in the community/voluntary/social enterprise sector in Northern Ireland.

Among the individuals/organisations featured in this issue, included  Julie Harrison, Big Lottery; Brendan McDonnell, CENI; academic Nick Acheson; Rebekah McCabe, Involve; Professor John Barry; Bill Osborne – Building Change Trust; Denise Hayward, Volunteer Now; Peter Osborne, Community Relations Council; Peter Doran, Queen’s University; Kate Clifford, Rural Community Network; Seamus McAleavey, NICVA; Lauri McCusker, Fermanagh Trust; Louise O’Kane, Community Places; Nora Smith, CO3 and Professor John Brewer, Queen’s University;

We would like to pay a special thanks to guest editor Dr Brendan Murtagh and to all the support received from the Building Change Trust, especially the assistance of Nigel McKinney.

We are presently working on the 50th issue of VIEW which is looking at justice, prisons and rehabilitation. We were delighted to receive the support of NIACRO in the production of this edition.

To access the online version of our 49th issue, go to https://issuu.com/brianpelanone/docs/view_49_issuu

To download the 49th issue of VIEW, go to https://cl.ly/805abcab2d2f

If you would like to order a print version of our issue which looked at the impact of the Building Change Trust, send an email to brianpelan@viewdigital.org

Sign up to receive online versions of VIEW and digital training classes at http://viewdigital.org/sign-get-view/

Kelly Andrews,. Chief Executive of Belfast-Lisburn Women’s Aid, at the launch of our 49th issue of VIEW at the Crescent Arts Centre in Belfast

Guest editor Dr Brendan Murtagh

Bill Osborne, chair of the Building Change Trust

VIEW editor Brian Pelan

 

 

 

 

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