CRJ Newry hold ‘Digging Deeper Project’

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Friday, July 15th, 2016
As part of their IFI funded ‘Digging Deeper Project’, Community Restorative Justice held a very successful one day workshop on Media Training in the Canal Court Hotel. crj7CRJ’s work within communities in Newry and South Armagh identified a skill deficiency within community and regeneration groups when it comes to dealing with the media, whether local, regional or national. The event was facilitated by former BBC news presenter Sarah Travers and Camilla Long from Bespoke Communications and was attended by 15 frontline community activists covering Newry City and Ballyholland. Speaking after the event Digging Deeper Project co-ordinator Ewan Morgan congratulated the community associations for participating in this innovative event. He said the workshop will be repeated for South Armagh communities in the Carrickdale Hotel on the 18th August followed by “Onsite Media Training” in Newry & Mullaghbawn on 26th and 27th August.
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Mid July 2016This will hopefully culminate on the 29th September with a “Slieve Gullion Talks Back” engagement to which local communities, business, sporting, regeneration groups and the media will be invited.
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