[Videos] NI Equality & Diversity Gala & Awards

Posted in : NI on 6 March 2017

With the countdown now on to the Northern Ireland Equality and Diversity Gala & Awards which take place on Friday 31st March 2017, we've been interviewing a number of people to find out what it's like to be in Northern Ireland and what equality and diversity mean to them.

What does equality & diversity mean to organisations in Northern Ireland?

Denise Burns, Helm Housing Association (Shortlisted Third Sector Organisation)

 

Aoife Crilly, Concentrix (Shortlisted Private Sector Organisation)

 

Paul McIlwaine, Probation Board NI (Shortlisted Public Sector Organisation)

 

How different communities feel about the Northern Ireland Equality and Diversity Gala & Awards

Lori Gatsi-Barnett, African & Caribbean Chamber of Commerce NI

 

Anna Vasilyeva, NI Tour Guide, from Russia, now living in Antrim

 

What it is like to be in Northern Ireland

Lahiru Elvitigala, Student, Queens University, Belfast from Sri Lanka

 

What does equality and diversity mean to you?

Antrim Grammar School Pupils

Cerys Kennedy

 

Jenni Iredale

 
This article is correct at 06/03/2017
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