DCAL supported programmes enhance education and life-long learning outcomes; support families and add value to the work of teachers, schools and alternative education providers.
Children have been part of a partnership project with the Ulster Museum and Belfast Education and Library Board to create drawings, collages and sculptures inspired by the paintings of William Scott.
An astronomy talk to an intergenerational group from the Colin area of West Belfast has inspired an interest in STEM subjects and provided an opportunity for family based learning.
PRONI makes an important contribution to lifelong learning by hosting public lectures and workshops. In 2013/14 over 17,000 visits were made to PRONI to use its services.
Engineers, architects and local school pupils have explored the potential of design and creative thinking to contribute to the development of society.
Libraries NI have worked with a local charity to use reading groups to help families and teenage mothers to address isolation, depression and boost confidence.
DCAL has supported Early Years - the Organisation for Young Children - to use media and outreach training to help young children and their families develop and learn about inclusion and diversity