Northern Ireland’s Festival of Arts and Environment is back for its Summer 2022 edition: 27th-31st August on NVTV and 26th-31st August on Latest TV, Brighton.
Northern Ireland’s Festival of Arts and Environment returns for a Spring edition: 22nd–24th April.
Latest Visions presents a special festival for International Women’s Days 2022: 4th–13th March.
Northern Ireland’s Festival of Arts and Environment returns for a winter edition: 18th–31st December 2021.
All things spooky – from some of the best contemporary indie filmmakers in the world.
Northern Ireland’s festival of arts & environment.
Charting the regeneration of Belfast’s historic Cathedral Quarter, which is at the heart of the old city and retains some of the oldest buildings and thoroughfares.
Economic regeneration since the 1998 Good Friday Agreement: the case of North & West Belfast.
No one today would argue against ‘equality’, which has become a dominant theme in Northern Irish society since the signing of the Good Friday Agreement.
The Good Friday Agreement was signed in April 1998, which eventually saw the power-sharing Executive being established and a return to devolved government, albeit intermittent.