Newry, Mourne and Down Council is currently developing a Good Relations Audit and Strategy 2021-2024 to inform this Good Relations Programme.

A diverse St Patrick's Day Parade in Newry in 2017. Photograph: Columba O'Hare/

The Council deliver a Good Relations Programme part funded by The Executive Office (TEO) and Council. The aim of this programme is to improve day to day relationships by reducing all forms of prejudice, promoting equality and encouraging a society in which our own cultures and traditions as well as other people’s cultures and traditions are understood, respected and accepted.

In order to ensure that the programme best meets the needs of residents within the Council area the Council are inviting residents to help shape future Good Relations delivery by completing a short online survey.

You can find the survey here: TINYURL.COM and the Survey closed 30 April 2021.

All responses are submitted in confidence. Your responses are welcome and they would ask that you share this with any other groups or individuals who might be interested.

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