There are many ways in which people of different social, economic, political, religious and ethnic backgrounds have been engaged in place-making in Northern Ireland. This fascinating process has been explored by a growing number of lecturers, students and postdoctoral researchers at QUB (Komarova and Svašek 2018).
On Monday 29th March, the Indian Community Centre Belfast will reflect on their place-making activities in Belfast at a virtual event organised by PEACE IV Culture Café. The event will take place during Holi, showcasing Indian dance performances by the South Asian Dance Academy and a demonstration of Rangoli art. This is an opportunity to learn more about the politics and poetics of belonging in ethnically-diverse Belfast, hearing local voices. For more information and registration: https://www.belfastcity.gov.uk/Events/Culture-Cafe-The-Indian-Community