Each week QCASTs will feature powerful accounts from the lived experience of dealing with daily challenges ranging from substance use, mental health, and suicide as well as the very real impact the cost-of-living crisis is having in our schools.
The series also explores the potential of key policy initiatives such as Community wealth building to address the needs of our most deprived communities and stimulate physical, economic, and social regeneration.
We are leading innovation through the Belfast Region City Deal (BRCD), working towards a shared vision of inclusive and sustainable economic growth that delivers more and better jobs, a positive impact on the most deprived communities and a balanced spread of benefits across the region.
Part 1: Global Innovation Institute
Part 2: Institute for Research Excellence in Advanced Clinical Healthcare (iREACH)
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