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Maze Long Kesh Retrospectively and the Future

CO3 have arranged a site visit and briefing on the plans for the development of the Maze Long Kesh site by representatives of Maze Long Kesh Development Corporation. This will give members an opportunity to hear first-hand the plans for the Peace building and Conflict Resolution Centre (PbCRC).

The building was designed by architect Daniel Libeskind of Studio Daniel Libeskind (New York). There will be an opportunity to reflect on the contributions made by leaders in the sector at this site in the past, as members will also have the opportunity to informally contribute if they have led organisations that were involved in aspects of the Maze Long Kesh site and learn about others experiences. There will also be a chance to consider the future development of the site and what opportunities there might be for service users and the mission of third sector organisations as the site is being developed.

*******PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT IS NOW FULLY BOOKED********************

Who can attend

This event is for CO3 Members, Associate Members and invited guests only. Please note places are limited so will be allocated on a first come first served basis. Please note the visit will include a tour of the listed buildings. Parts of the listed buildings are not yet accessible to people with some disabilities e.g. those who use wheelchairs or who cannot climb stairs. Please advise us of any requirements you may have and we will accommodate these in the planning for the event.

When

29th August 2013 2:30pm – 5:00pm
Refreshments included

Where

Maze Long Kesh
Halftown Road
Lisburn BT27 5RF

Cost

Free

This event is now fully booked. To be added to a waiting list, please email office@co3.bz

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