ICC Belfast is committed to supporting employees, customers, and local communities to create an overall positive impact on the world around us.


In order to be world-class, we need build a culture that is open, safe and inclusive. We do this by improving the quality of life for employees by offering them the opportunity to grow and thrive with structured training and development in a motivating work environment. We continually invest in our venue and its facilities to ensure we can provide the best environment and tools for all employees and customers. We are committed to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) which were adopted in 2015 by the 193 United Nations (UN) member states. There are 17 goals which address economic, environmental, and social impacts, and are designed to form a blueprint for growth, nationally and internationally, by 2030. They’re underpinned by 169 targets to help define progress.

No poverty

Zero hunger

Good health and well-being

Quality education

Gender equality

Clean water and sanitation

Decent work and economic growth

Industry, innovation and infrastructure

Reduced inequalities

Responsible consumption and production

Peace, justice and strong institutions

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What our partners say

As an independent charity, we rely heavily on supporter funding, initiatives like Changing the Menu. For Good, are invaluable and crucial to ensure we can deliver the immediate support required. The team at Visit Belfast has shown great support for our organisation - to have an initiative like this in place will help us look ahead and better forecast how best to support those in need.

Paul McCusker Founder, The People’s Kitchen

People living with profound disabilities need more space and specialised equipment to be able to use toilet facilities in safety, comfort and with dignity. Not having access to suitable facilities means that many people cannot enjoy the same opportunities as others. With that in mind, it’s encouraging to see Belfast City Council and ICC Belfast come together to diversify their offering to cater for people with complex needs.

Andrew Smyth Business Development Manager at SYNC Living
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