Excursions 2003

Excursions in 2003 included:

Round Table discussion and tour of Stormont Parliament Buildings

Students at Stormont Parliament Buildings. They met with representatives of local political parties: Democratic Unionist Party, Ulster Unionist Party, Women's Coalition, Social Democratic and Labour Party, Sinn Fein and the Progressive Unionist Party.
Some of the panel speakers at Stormont for the round table discussion: (l-r) Peter Weir, Democratic Unionist Party; Dr Stephen King, Ulster Unionist Party; Jane Morrice, Women’s Coalition; John Dallat, Social Democratic and Labour Party
Students relaxing in one of the local pubs after a hard day studying!
Students attending the West Belfast Festival.
Our resident historical geographer, Noel Mitchel, who accompanied the students on a tour of the Antrim coast and glens.
A student enjoying the view of the north Antrim coast.
The fieldtrip to the Centre for Migration Studies, Ulster American Folk Park, Omagh.
Students spent time with officers of the Police Service of Northern Ireland, learning about community policing and the problems of policing interface areas of Belfast.
During their time in Belfast students toured the interface areas and the loyalist and republican murals.