News & Events

Resources for homeschooling

Parents/Carers With everyone on lockdown, home schooling children and young people can be difficult. Here are some useful links to help with extra resources which are FREE to download and use as often as you wish. I will refresh this every week, if you have any ideas ple

Important- BURC’s Welfare Advice service

This is a very worrying time for everyone and we understand that you, the community will still need assistance for benefit claims, advice or assistance.  We want to reassure our clients that while BURC has closed the building from Thursday 19th March 2020 and suspended all

COVID-19 Public Health Emergency

In response to advice and given the current situation around COVID-19, Belfast Unemployed Resource Centre have decided to postpone English language classes in the Centre until further notice. We will update this information on social media regularly. We thank you for your

Breaking Down Barriers to Integration Event

We are holding an information event , Breaking Down Barriers to Integration. This event aims to inform migrants about support and resources in the local community. Where: Belfast City Hall: Banqueting Hall When: Wednesday 7th Novemeber 2018 Time: 9:30 - 1:30pm For m

Routes to Resilience Courses Booklet

Routes to Resilience (R2R) is a 5 year programme funded by the Big Lottery. Belfast Unemployed Resource Centre is working in partnership with PlayBoard NI to deliver this project.  You can now dowload our Routes to Resilliance Booklet here. Download Booklet Download t

Annual Summary 2018

We are please to announce that our Annual Summary 2017/18 is available to download in PDF format. Download Our Annual Summary 2018 Brexit has changed the political landscape in both Britain and Ireland. The consequences of the Referendum decision are as yet unknown. Sp

BURC Volunteer Opportunities

Are you interested in volunteering for BURC? Volunteers are an integral part of our organisation. They bring experience, skills and diversity which complement the work of our paid staff in delivering essential services to the community. Please fill in our Volunteer Opportun

‘Just For Fun Day’ Routes to Resilience

We held a very successful 'Just for Fun Day' as part of our Routes to Resilience programme in the Cultúrlann McAdam Ó Fiaich Falls Road on the 27th Oct 2017. The Just For Fun Day included participants from The Falls Women's Centre, The Chinese Community and the Local Co

Universal Credit Introduction Dates NI

Universal Credit will be introduced for new claims on a phased in basis from September 2017 - December 2018. If you currently receive any of the six benefits being replaced, you will be transferred to Universal Credit between July 2019 - March 2022. If your circumstanc

Annual Summary 2017

We are please to announce that our Annual Summary 2016/17 is available to download in PDF format. Download Our Annual Summary 2017 Brexit has changed the political landscape in both Britain and Ireland. The consequences of the Referendum decision are as yet unknown. Sp

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