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As part Belfast City Council’s Decade of Centenaries Programme to mark the 1916 Easter Rising and the Ulster Covenant and Declaration of 1918, a group of young people from Ligoniel Youth Project, Divis Youth Project, Mountain Hill Youth Club and Belfast Youth Forum came together from February – June 2016 to answer the question:

PPR's Tools for Action Summer School will be held on Wednesday 17th and Thursday 18th August from 10-4pm daily in the UNISON offices, Galway House, York Street, Belfast.

A report published today by human rights organisation, Participation and the Practice of Rights (PPR), authored by economist Paul Gosling, outlines that while an increase in social housing provision could be funded through a policy of promoting mixed tenure (social and affordable) developments, the main barrier to addressing the housing crisis is the lack of political action to make land available.

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'Things changed because of us'  
Mental Health Activists tell their stories of achieving change in the health system. 15 minute film with inspiring individual testimony by people directly affected by mental health issues and their involvement in campaigning for better mental health services.