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Dungannon Film Club screen Falsos Positivos

Dungannon Film Club screen Falsos Positivos

Dungannon Film Club have been approached by Professor Brandon Hamber from Ulster University to take part in a study of conflict and its aftermath. Screening Violence is an international project, led by the University of Newcastle in partnership with Ulster University, which looks at how conflict has been represented in film in Algeria, Colombia, Indonesia, Argentina and Northern Ireland. In each partner country, interested groups and individuals will watch a series of films about the conflicts in each of the other countries. After the screenings there will be an opportunity to discuss the film, the issues that it throws up and the relevance to our own local views and experiences. These reactions and reflections will be recorded to create a series of new short films and to look at what we might learn from each other around the memory, depiction and legacy of conflict and peacebuilding. The project in Northern Ireland is led by Professor Brandon Hamber of Ulster University, in partnership with the Nerve Centre.

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SWC Dungannon Campus will host a FREE event on Monday, June 10 (1pm-2:30pm)

Free event at Intergenerational Café this Monday

This year has seen the launch of the exciting and extremely rewarding Intergenerational Café at South West College (SWC) – a new social space for the exchange of skills and traditions to help bridge the gap between generations in the local community.

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Pictured at Mountjoy Castle

St Brigid’s welcomes walkers

St Brigid’s Primary School in Brocagh was recently the centre of a two-week trek round Northern Ireland seeking out examples of great community spirit – the Big Lunch community walk.

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Annette speaks out for Cancer

Annette speaks out for Cancer

Wellness expert Annette Kelly, from Carrickmore, will be giving valuable personal development tips at an afternoon of beauty, wellness and fashion to raise funds for Cancer Focus Northern Ireland.

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