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The last 12 months have shown us again that, more often than not, the movement for positive social and economic change does not come from those in positions of power.

Rather, it comes from people on the ground...

A big thanks to you all for attending our 2nd Annual quiz night in aid of the Inez McCormack Fund. It was a fantastic night, and we raised a grand total of £1247.40! The Inez McCormack fund supports the work of PPR to put human rights at the service of the most disadvantaged groups. On the 15th...
Give Belfast City Council a New Year’s Message to deliver for the Unemployed Exactly one year ago today Belfast City Council took the first step in ensuring that the money it spends would deliver REAL JOBS NOW for the city’s long term unemployed, with a motion for social clauses which was the first...
Equality Can't Wait: Homeless families 'flash mob' Hillsborough Castle and call on Secretary of State to implement United Nations’ recommendations following ongoing failure by Stormont to tackle the housing crisis
PPR and the Homeless Action Group were joined by Green Party MLA, Steven Agnew to criticise recent comments made by the Social Development Minister, Mervyn Storey MLA regarding the extent of homelessness in Northern Ireland. The Minister’s comments, made during a recent Assembly session revealed he...
Les Allamby, Chief Commissioner of the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission, marks Homelessness Awareness Week by backing the Homeless Action Charter and sending a message of support to the group.
In a recent TEDx talk entitled "Equality - the Road Less Travelled", former United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Right to Health, Professor Paul Hunt cited the example of the Seven Towers Residents' Group's work on claiming equality rights. "Equality - the Road Less Travelled" featured in the...