How can solidarity help to heal polarized societies?
Join us on the border of Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. We’re here to talk to Férgal Barr, a trainer and facilitator, about solidarity as a path for healing polarized societies.
Drawing on the local history, Férgal talks about stretching ourselves, trips that never happened and the power of a shared cup of tea.
Fergal has been involved in youth work fulltime since 1987 (professionally qualified since 1995) and has worked in areas such as Youth Information, Education Welfare, Community Relations, Volunteering, Peace and Reconciliation; Centre Based, Street, Participation, Rural and Urban based Youth Work; Family Support; consultation, evaluation and research; YOUTH/Youth in Action/Erasmus+; and Social Justice and Interface work.