- About Us
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25 May 2013
Afro- Community Support Organisation Northern Ireland(ACSONI) was borne out of a series of consultations andfocus groups carried out with individuals from the Afro-Caribbean, African and other Afro-descendant communities.It was formed in July 2003 as an independent communitybasedorganisation.
African and Caribbean Association of Foyle
The African & Caribbean Association of Foyle (ACAF) was founded in October 2006. The membership of this community organization comprises different cultures and races. ACAF promotes the welfare of the migrant community of Africans & Caribbean people living in this region of County Derry/ Londonderry of Northern Ireland.The idea of founding the African & Caribbean Association of Foyle (ACAF) dates back to 2002.
Afro Community Support Organisation
An independent community-based organisation developing and implementing a strategic framework through which the needs of this ever-increasing community can be addressed.
Al Nisa – Muslim Women Group
The Al - nisa group was set up in November 1998 by a group of Muslim women in Northern Ireland. Aims to improve education and understanding of Islam among Muslim women and young people, guidance for Muslim women & referral of Muslim women to mainstream support services Monitoring the implementation of key government strategies and representing the issues of Muslim women through the provision of training and information sessions, tackle stereotypical images of the Muslim community and promote good relations between communities. Networking with the voluntary & statutory sector at the local, national and international level to improve services and quality of life for Muslim women.
An Munia Tober
An Munia Tober is a Traveller Support Group based inBelfast. The organisation was set up to challengediscrimination and racism against Travellers and to providesupport and capacity building programmes to enableTravellers to work towards equality and self determination email@example.com
An Munia Tober (formerly BTSG/BTEDG)
An Munia Tober is the new Travellers support program for Belfast. An Munia Tober provides a variety of services to the Traveller community. It has been formed through the amalgamation of Belfast Travellers Support Group (BTEDG/BTSG) and Belfast Travellers Education Development Group. The site will inform the Traveller community on training, travel, and development opportunities.
ArtsEkta promotes cultural bonding through the arts media.We work to promote understanding of some of thedifferent cultures living in N.I. through arts and crafts,music, dance and other art media. By doing so we fostervalues of equality, interdependency and diversity
Ballymena Inter-Ethnic Forum
Ballymena Inter - Ethnic Forum provides support to 18Minority-Ethnic Communities in the greater Ballymena areaby providing links to statutory, voluntary bodies andcommunity groups. Through a Bi-lingual Advocacy ServiceBIEF promotes community and personal safety, capacitybuilding and raises awareness and appreciation of culturaldiversity through events and training programmes. firstname.lastname@example.org