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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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Citizen Reports

Check out our vox pops on the theme of Investment & Innovation.  We were out and about gathering people’s thoughts on their Top 3 things that they love about the city!!  Some great conversations! Click here for the vox pops.

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Citizen Jury - Young People

Check out the coverage of our Citizen Jury event on 12th April in the Derry News - 'Young people have their say on Derry'.  The write-up covers the key discussion points of the event and highlights the main findings - 'Young people have called for a permanent concert venue and ...

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Citizen Jury - A City With Youth In Mind

The Citizen Jury - 'A City With Youth In Mind' was held at Holywell last night (12th April). The event was a great success with vital evidence presented, informed discussion and important deliberations by the appointed jury. Evidence was presented at the event by: Roisin O'Hagan - findings of our engagement ...

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Local Radio Coverage for Citizen Jury Event

The Citizen Jury for the Young People theme of our project will take place tonight (Wednesday 12th April @ 6.00pm in HOLYWELL). In the run up to the event Roisin O'Hagan, our Project Co-ordinator, has been on local radio over the last few days. Roisin was on Drive 105.3 on Monday with ...

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Gender Stereotypes

As a youth worker in the city there are three things which young women tell me has an impact on their lives and presents barriers to their equality. Firstly Gender stereotypes - Gender stereotypes are everywhere, they are widely used and ‘accepted’. From the moment we are born we are ...

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Check out the coverage of our Citizen Jury event in the Monday 17th April edition of Derry News. Great event and thanks to the young people in particular who were amazing! ... See MoreSee Less

Check out our latest Citizen Report entitled Gender Stereotypes. This is part of the work through our Civic Activism project focusing on the theme of young people. This blog is written by Emma Johnston local youth worker fingerpost.ie/ ... See MoreSee Less

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Check out the coverage of our Citizen Jury event in the Monday 17th April edition of Derry News. Great event and... https://t.co/Iva9h8M9xg
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A short blog on our Citizen Jury event last night - https://t.co/BtWen4qC0A - thanks to all who came and took part
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