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How Is The Funding Making A Difference?

PEACE Programme (1995-2020)

The PEACE Programme is unique across Europe. It was created in 1995 as the direct result of the European Union's desire to support the burgeoning peace process. Since then it has supported tens of thousands of projects which have reinforced progress towards a more peaceful and stable society. Examples of these projects can be found here.

To date the Programme has committed approximately €2.26 billion worth of funding to Northern Ireland and the Border Region of Ireland. This funding has been used to promote social and economic stability in the region by assisting actions which promote cohesion between divided communities.

The PEACE Programmes have evolved over each programming period and several hundred thousand people have participated in cross-border activities including development of border region SMEs and social economy enterprises; community-based organisations leading projects on reconciliation and cultural understanding; as well as cross-border projects focusing on skills learning and training.

 

What projects have received funding to date under the PEACE IV Programme?  

Please see below a list of projects which have been awarded funding under the current PEACE Programme (2014-2020). This list is accurate as of 1st August 2017.

For more information on any of the projects funded please contact us via email: info@seupb.eu

 

INTERREG Programme (1991-2020)

The INTERREG Programme is one of 60 similar funding programmes across Europe that have been designed to help overcome the problems that arise from the existence of a border. These problems range from access to transport, health and social care services, environmental issues and enterprise development. Examples of these projects can be found here.

Since 1991 the INTERREG Programme has brought in approximately €1.13 billion into the region. This funding has been used to finance thousands of projects that support strategic cross-border co-operation in order to create a more prosperous and sustainable region.

 

What projects have received funding to date under the INTERREG VA Programme?  

Please see below a list of projects which have been awarded funding under the current INTERREG Programme (2014-2020). This list is accurate as of 1st August 2017.

For more information on any of the projects funded please contact us via email: info@seupb.eu

 

Evaluation Plan for the PEACE IV Programme

The PEACE IV Programme is subject to assessment to help evaluate the achievement of its objectives. The Evaluation Plan for the PEACE IV Programme has been drawn up in accordance with Articles 56 and 114 of the Common Provisions Regulation (EU) 1303/2013 and has taken account of the guidance provided by the Commission Services in the ‘Guidance Document on Monitoring and Evaluation’.

The Plan was approved on 7 November 2016 by the Evaluation Steering Group which is a sub-group of the PEACE IV Programme Monitoring Committee and submitted to the EU Commission on 23 November 2016. Click here to access a copy of the plan.

 

Evaluation Plan for the INTERREG VA Programme

The INTERREG VA Programme is also subject to assessment to help evaluate the achievement of its objectives. The Evaluation Plan for the INTERREG VA Programme has been drawn up in accordance with Articles 56 and 114 of the Common Provisions Regulation (EU) 1303/2013 and has taken account of the guidance provided by the Commission Services in the ‘Guidance Document on Monitoring and Evaluation’. 

The Plan was approved on 1 June 2016 by the Evaluation Steering Group which is a sub-group of the INTERREG VA Programme Monitoring Committee and submitted to the EU Commission on 13 June 2013. Click here to access a copy of the plan.

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