How Do I Apply For Funding?

What funding is currently available?


Shared Spaces-Capital Build - New Funding Call Opens - 16 March 2018 to 18 June 2018

The SEUPB has re-opened this call. The call opened on 16 March 2018 and close at 3pm on 18 June 2018. Applications will not be received after this date.

To access the application form under the call please register via the eMS database here.

The SEUPB is also holding an application workshop for the call, to take place on:

  • Friday 16 March 2018, 9.30am-1pm, in the Wellington Park Hotel, Belfast. To register for a place email:


What does the PEACE IV Programme fund?

The PEACE IV Programme has four key priority areas:

Shared Education - To increase the level of direct, sustained and curriculum-based contact between pupils and teachers from all backgrounds.

Children & Young People - To help young people, in particular those not in education, employment and/or training (NEETs) to develop a greater understanding and respect for diversity; access new opportunities and become active citizens.

Shared Spaces & Services -To create new shared spaces and services where people from different communities and backgrounds can learn from and respect each other.

Shared Spaces & Services - To develop the capacity for services to meet the needs of victims and survivors.

Building Positive Relations at a Local Level - To create a society characterised by good relations and respect, where cultural identity is celebrated and people can live, learn and socialise together free from prejudice, hate and intolerance.

Building Positive Relations at a Regional Level - To support regional level projects that result in meaningful, purposeful and sustained contact between persons from different communities.

A copy of the full content of the Cooperation Programme for PEACE IV is available here.

A Citizen's Summary of this document is available here. An Irish version of the Summary is also available here.

What does the INTERREG VA Programme fund?

The INTERREG VA Programme also has four main priority areas:

Research & Innovation -To increase the level of cross-border business and industry-relevant research and innovation capacity within the 'Health & Life Sciences' and 'Renewable Energy' sectors; and

Research & Innovation -To increase the number and capacity of SMEs engaged in cross-border research and innovation aimed at the development of new products, processes and services.

Environment (Habitats & Species) -To promote cross-border co-operation in the recovery of selected protected habitats and priority species;

Environment (Marine) - To develop cross-border co-operation capacity for the monitoring and management of marine protected areas and species;

Environment (Transitional Waters) - To improve water quality in shared transitional waters;

Environment (River Basins) - To improve freshwater quality in cross-border river basins.

Sustainable Transport - To promote cross-border intermodal and sustainable mobility in the cross-border region.

Health -To improve the health and well-being of people living in the region by enabling them to access health and social care services in the most appropriate setting to their needs.

A copy of the full content of the Cooperation Programme for INTERREG VA is available here.

A Citizen's Summary of this document is available here. An Irish version of the Summary is also available here.


When can I apply for funding?

Both the PEACE IV and INTERREG VA Programmes have their own funding call timetable. This timetable sets out the opening and closing dates of all calls within each Programme and includes indicative dates for the Steering Committee for each call.

You can access these timetables below:

How can I benefit from the Programmes?

  • Support for businesses - The INTERREG VA Programme provides support to SMEs and microbusinesses on a cross-border basis. To potentially access this support via the EU funded 'Co-Innovate' project, please contact IntertradeIreland 
  • Support for local community-based projects - The PEACE IV Programme provides funding to local authorities across Northern Ireland and the Border Region of Ireland. If you are seeking funding for small community-based projects you can contact the Peace Partnership in your local Council. Contact details for all of the Peace Partnerships are available upon request via email:
  • Support for Victims and Survivors - The PEACE IV Programme invests in the provision of health and well-being support to address the complex needs of victims and survivors. To potentially access this support please contact the Victims and Survivors Service 

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