Creating Change Information Events will focus on a number of key themes identified through a series of community engagement events carried out within each of the five Urban Village Areas in Northern Ireland at the end of 2021. Connecting with a wide range of key stakeholders across the remit area enabled us to identify emerging needs as well as prevalent issues which are having a negative impact on the mental health of children & young people within our community. The key areas of focus include sexual health, Covid, anxiety, social media and the internet.

To address these themes, we will run a series of five online Creating Change Information Events aimed at the key contacts of children & young people from across the Urban Village Areas. Each Information session has been designed based upon need and will provide up-to-date information, enhance knowledge and supply relevant signposting. These sessions will also provide an opportunity to connect and share learning through interactive discussion. We would be delighted if you could join us helping to create positive change in the lives of children & young people in our communities!

OUR Generation, a PEACE IV Programme which aims to promote positive mental health/build emotional resilience of children & young people aged 3-24 years and enhance capacity of their key contacts, have designed these Creating Change Events specifically for key contacts within the five Urban Village areas and the border corridor in Northern Ireland.


To Book Register via Eventbrite Link by clicking the topic below.

Events take place at 12 noon on Zoom:



24/02/22: ANXIETY

11/03/22: SOCIAL MEDIA

24/03/22: ART AS A TOOL


Once registered you will receive an e-mail with further Information.

For more information, contact the OUR Generation Team @Co-operation Ireland Team. 

Claire Heaney-McKee – – 07513870237

Katrina McIlmail – kmcilmail@cooperationalireland.og – 07799871000

Laurie Ferguson – – 07871622381

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