WE WANT TO SAY A BIG THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS WHO HAVE HELPED MAKE THE AFFINITY PRINT PUBLICATION POSSIBLE
The Community Relations Council was formed in January 1990 as an independent company and registered charity. It originated in 1986 as a proposal of a research report commissioned by the NI Standing Advisory Committee on Human Rights. The Community Relations Council was set up to promote better community relations between Protestants and Catholics in Northern Ireland and, equally, to promote recognition of cultural diversity.
See more at: www.community-relations.org.uk
The Housing Executive was established in 1971 as Northern Ireland’s strategic housing authority. It offers a range of services to people living in socially rented, privately rented and owner occupied accommodation as well as supporting and working with a number of other public bodies. It’s vision is one in which housing plays its part in creating a peaceful, inclusive, prosperous and fair society.
See more at: www.nihe.gov.uk
Part Two Design was formed in January 2014 after the demerger of Triplicate, the leading Belfast design consultancy. The new practice now operates from the stunning and historically significant METER HOUSE in Belfast’s Gasworks. It has over 33 years of experience and creative expertise.
See more at: www.parttwodesign.com
UnLtd is the leading provider of support to social entrepreneurs in the UK and offers the largest such network in the world. UnLtd resources hundreds of individuals each year through its core Awards programme.
See more at: www.unltd.org.uk
The College Employer Support Programme provides innovation and R&D support for small and microbusiness in Northern Ireland. It leads to improved levels of company creativity and business growth through new and improved product and process development.
See more at: www.innovateus.co.uk
The company was founded in 2009 by Ben Terrett, Tom Taylor and Russell Davies, who felt that rumours of print’s death had been greatly exaggerated. And with more reading being done digitally, the joy of holding something physical was more important than ever. They have printed over 4 million newspapers for thousands of customers all over the world, including the BBC, the Guardian, Penguin Books, the London Philharmonic Orchestra, and Sony Records.
See more at: www.newspaperclub.com