See below link to our YouTube channel to watch a recording of the launch event.
What is the PEACE Programmes Learning Platform?
The PEACE Programmes Learning Platform is an online, publicly available, digital archive/repository of information, providing a detailed overview of all activity, research, outputs and impact of over 22,500 peace and reconciliation projects from across Northern Ireland and the border counties of Ireland.
PEACE Programmes Learning Platform Infographic
Who is it for?
It has been designed to share the lessons and lived experiences of peace-building and provide information to support academics, researchers and those currently involved in peace and reconciliation work at a local, regional and international level.
It is also available to all other citizens interested in the impact that the PEACE Programme has had since it was first created in 1995.
How was it created?
Extensive desk research and consultations were carried out to inform the content of the Platform.
Thousands of files and folders were identified, indexed and quality checked, including a large number of old VHS tapes and audio-recordings, which were digitised and are now stored within the Platform.
Individually, almost 100,000 pages of information have been physically scanned and made searchable.
What type of information does it store?
As a ‘living archive’, the Platform will continue to grow and develop, however, it currently holds thousands of files, including:
· Project case studies,
· Project evaluations,
· Research documents and reports,
· Photographs and images,
· Press coverage,
· Publicity and promotional materials.
How can I navigate around the Platform?
The Platform has been designed with easy-to-use intuitive navigation. You can watch an overview navigation video of this shortly.
If you have any queries about the Platform, please contact us via email: email@example.com