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The North West Civic Activism Project is a Holywell Trust project funded through Building Change Trust. The project will focus on four key issues crucial to the future of the city of Derry/Londonderry - innovation and investment; a shared and thriving city centre; youth aspirations and employment; and breaking the cycle of debt and poverty.We will be targeting key groups such as community activists, young people, elected officials and local citizens. We will use a number of engagement tools to do this citizen reporting, study groups, pop-up democracy and a citizen jury.

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ReCENT BLOG POSTS

Local economy

Some thoughts from Kieran Moore on how we can improve the economy in the North West click here

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Social Economy - North West Region

Article written by Conal McFeely on his thoughts on the social economy in the north west.  To read the full article click here 

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Delegates pictured at 'Draft Programme for Government Framework 2016-21' event at Holywell Trust, Bishop Street, Derry.

DCCP Programme for Government Response

The DiverseCity Community Partnership, the initiative behind this Civic Activism Project, has recently submitted a response to the Programme for Government Framework 2016-2021 consultation. This response reflects the needs for innovation and real investment in our area and also suggests a number of programme areas for inclusion in the full Programme ...

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Fingerpost - Then & Now

  The first Fingerpost magazine was first produced in the Spring of 1986. The magazine was a true community publication giving voice to those who had limited access to public discourse. The first edition set the tone for the publication that would go on to become a vital vehicle for community ...

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The Two Plan

“The Two Plan” is a word play on the much vaunted plan for the regeneration of Derry~Londonderry, “The One Plan”, that was supposedly a programme for Government committment and yet has lain gathering dust somewhere since its publication in 2010. “The Two Plan” is not actually connected in any way to ...

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