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The first sod has been turned on the construction of the iconic new Salmon Weir Pedestrian and Cycle Bridge – the first bridge to span the Corrib in over 30 years. The new bridge will draw pedestrians and cyclists and facilitate a seamless and natural flow from either side of the river, while creating an… Continue Reading Sod turned on new ‘world class’ EU Co funded bridge in Galway city
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The Interreg North-West Europe e-MEN project partner Dominika Topolska from Mental Health Reform Ireland and the Irish national contact point for Interreg North-West Europe funding, Sarah Davoren will be interviewed by Near FM on Thursday 24th February 2022 in relation to the impact of EU cohesion funds in Irish society. Europe in my Backyard is a radio programme… Continue Reading Interreg North-West Europe on Near FM
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Interreg North-West Europe will open its first call for proposals for the 2021-2027 programming period on Tuesday 22 March with a deadline for submissions of Wednesday 15 June at noon CET (11am Irish time). In the meantime, some preliminary documents are made available for interested stakeholders to get a grasp on Programme expectations and start working on their application. To… Continue Reading NWE Programme 2021-2027 – Get ready for Call 1!
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The Managing Authority for Interreg Atlantic Area 2021-2027 has launched a public consultation on the Strategic Environmental Assessment of the future programme. In October 2021 the screening of the Strategic Environmental Assessment for the Interreg Atlantic Area programme 2021-2027, developed by SPI (Sociedade Portuguesa de Inovação) in collaboration with the Task Force responsible for the… Continue Reading Public consultation for the Strategic Environmental Assessment for Interreg Atlantic Area 2021-2027
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RV Celtic Explorer
The fisheries research undertaken by Marine Institute scientists on board the RV Celtic Explorer features in a new short video documentary on Euronews.com – Europe’s leading international news channel. The short documentary ‘Where’s the catch? The fishery surveys keeping our seas sustainable’ highlights the work of Marine Institute scientists during the annual Irish Groundfish Survey on Ireland’s… Continue Reading Marine Institute Fisheries Research featured on Euronews
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2022 is the European Year of Youth, shining a light on the importance of European youth to build a better future – greener, more inclusive and digital. With plenty of opportunities to learn, share your vision, meet people and engage in activities all over Europe. Throughout 2022 the European Commission will coordinate a range of… Continue Reading 2022 is the European Year of Youth
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The Department of the Environment, Climate and Communications has opened the public consultation to engage with stakeholders on the EU Just Transition Fund.  The EU Just Transition Fund will support European regions most affected by the transition to climate neutrality by enabling economic development and diversification and helping people adapt to a changing labour market. Up… Continue Reading Public Consultation on the EU Just Transition Fund
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The European Commission launched the Rural Pact on the 20th of December 2021. The new pact aims to mobilise public authorities and stakeholders to act on the needs and aspirations of rural communities. It will provide a common framework to engage and cooperate at EU, national, regional and local level. Vice-president Šuica, Commissioner Wojciechowski and… Continue Reading European Commission launches the Rural Pact
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The European Social Catalyst Fund (ESCF) is hosting an online event ‘Scaling Proven Innovations to Overcome Europe’s Challenges’, from 10.30 – 12.30 CET on Monday 13 December 2021. About the Event This webinar will give you a brief insight into how successful innovations can be scaled and what has been learned this year about the… Continue Reading European Social Catalyst Fund (ESCF) Webinar
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EU and Ireland Flags
The European Commission has adopted the decision to allocate funding from the Brexit Adjustment Reserve to Ireland, for a total of €920.4 million. Ireland is the biggest beneficiary of the Brexit Adjustment Reserve and the first Member State to receive its pre-financing. This funding will help Ireland’s economy in mitigating the impact of Brexit, through… Continue Reading Brexit Adjustment Reserve: Commission approves €920m pre-financing for Ireland
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