The aim of the NW Community Leadership Programme was to develop the potential of emerging community leaders and build their skills and capacity to effectively challenge sectarianism and racism. They took part in an intensive programme and coaching sessions in preparation for the delivery of a local good relations project. For their project the participants from the Omagh district council area chose to promote good relations and more social interaction between those of different cultural and religious groupings in particular Protestant, Catholic and Polish backgrounds. The eleven representatives from various community groups completed a 6 day study visit to Krakow, Poland researching and developing an understanding of its troubled history. The groups involved were Omagh Support & Self Help Group, Omagh Youth Centre, Princes Trust, Tyrone & Donegal Partnership, Drumnakelly School Group, and Omagh Wordsmiths Creative Writers Group.
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Omagh Wordsmiths is a creative writing group from Omagh, Northern Ireland. It is made up of professional and amatuer writers, all learning from each other. They published an Anthology of their short stories and poetry in 2012. This is their second publication, undertaken for the Omagh Community Leadership Programme project, in which some of their members were involved.
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