Easter Holidays

The NRC Centre will be closed on Good Friday for the Easter break and won’t re=open until the following Thursday 9th of April.

Hope you all have a very Happy Easter.

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NRC Women’s Group Open Night

This Sunday is international women’s day so the NRC Women’s Group are having an open night next Thursday the 12th of March at the NRC Centre at 82A Hill Street in Newry.

The group are providing pizza’s & juice so just bring along anythin else you want to drink.

It would be lovely if u could nominate a women alive or dead, famous or not, lesbian or not who have been an inspiration to u and tell us why accompanied by pics would b great so we can put a face to the name

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Changing Attitude Ireland Opposes Conscience Clause

The Church of Ireland group Changing Attitude Ireland attended the recent rally at Belfast city hall in opposition to the proposed ‘anti-gay’ conscience clause and have sent their support to those in Newry who protested at the Newry event on the same day.

Mayor Daire Hughes was at the Anti Conscience Clause Rally in Newry.

Mayor Daire Hughes was at the Anti Conscience Clause Rally in Newry.

The clause proposed by the Democratic Unioniost Party would allow an opt out of equality legislation in Northern Ireland on the grounds of religious conscience.

Canon Charles Kenny of Changing Attitude Ireland who attended the Belfast rally commented “For Changing Attitude Ireland our Christian faith informs us that we are all equal under God and we oppose any attempt to make it easier for providers of goods and services in Northern Ireland to discriminate against gay people.The DUP proposal is misleading when it pits people of faith against those who are gay or who affirm gay people. The DUP proposal ignores the fact that many people of faith oppose discrimination against gay people. ”

This message of Christian support by CAI for LGBT was also being conveyed to the organisers of the rallies in Belfast and Derry.

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Anti Cyberbullying eBook launched by Dundalk Outcomers

A New Anti-Cyberbullying support for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) young people has been launched through International Youth Exchange.

Towards Anti Cyberbullying eBook

Towards Anti Cyberbullying eBook

Dundalk Outcomers LGBT support service and Accept LGBT Cyprus are proud to announce the launch of their new eBook “Towards Anti-Cyberbullying: an eBook for LGBT young people”.

This unique support for young LGBT people was developed and created in collaboration by a group of LGBT and non-LGBT through an intensive two-week Erasmus plus exchange programme. The eBook features sections on “Ways and Types of Cyberbullying”, “What to do if you are Cyberbullied” and “How to protect yourself online”, and is available for free download on www.lgbtCB.org.

Launching the eBook and website in the Outcomers centre in Dundalk, Mairead McGuinness MEP said that it was “fantastic that young people have delivered it themselves. You are doing a great service to people that you don’t know yet who will link into the eBook. I think what we would all wish is that there will come a day when we won’t need guides like this… but until that day this guide is absolutely essential.”

For more information on the project and the eBook contact Outcomers through youth@outcomers.org, Accept LGBT Cyprus through info@acceptcy.org.

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Three City Protest

Three City protest against the conscience clause outside Newry Town Hall this Saturday from 3pm to 4pm.

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