This course is open to everyone, and is free of charge. Just turn up on the night.No Comment
The Department for Education has produced a survey into the educational experiences of LGB&T young people in Northern Ireland and the results will be used to inform departmental policy on sexual orientation and gender so please take a minute to complete the survey.
This survey may be completed by any person aged between 16 and 21 who is lesbian, gay, bisexual and/or transgender and who knew this to be the case whilst they were still at school.
Respondents may still be attending school or they may have left school recently.No Comment
All of us in the Newry Rainbow Community wish you a very Happy Christmas and a Happy and Healthy and Fun 2016.
Remember the NRC and the NRC Centre wouldn’t be there without the amazing team of volunteers who keep things happening, sometimes to the detriment of their own lives and relationships so we really need to thank each and every one of them as well as our new friends who have joined us from SAIL and have brought another extension of services to the Rainbow Centre.
We should also thank the partners and families of our volunteers for your endless patience as well.
Lastly thanks to you all who have made use of our facilities and services throughout the year and hopefully even more of you will come along in 2016.
The NRC Team
Note: DJ Rory is organising a Passion Disco on St Stephen’s Night in the Bellagio Suite, Bellinis from 9.30pm.No Comment
The NRC are hosting their second annual Christmas Jumper night.
Join us in the Centre at 28a Monaghan Street, Newry this Saturday 12th December from 8:30pm for a great night’s craic!
Nibbles will be provided. Bring along some refreshments if you wish.
All welcome.No Comment
The Newry Rainbow Community will be attending the Southern Health and Social Care Trust / Southern Regional College education and awareness raising morning for students to mark World AIDS Day, tomorrow, Tuesday December 1st, to promote sexual health and wellbeing.
This will be in the Newry West Campus site from 10:00am until 1:00pm.
At 7:30pm tomorrow evening in the Newry Rainbow Community’s Centre at 28a Monaghan Street Newry there will be a screening of the film The Normal Heart, an adaptation of the groundbreaking Tony Award-winning play of the same name. The drama tells the story of the onset of the HIV-AIDS crisis in New York City in the early 1980s, taking an unflinching look at the nation’s sexual politics as gay activists and their allies in the medical community fight to expose the truth about the burgeoning epidemic to a city and nation in denial.No Comment