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The ESF+ was thrilled to be at the AONTAS STAR awards 2024 in Croke Park on March 8th, an event showcasing talent and awarding recognition in adult education and training. The ESF+ once again sponsored a Special Recognition Award for an ESF initiative. Twenty-four nominees were shortlisted amongst five categories, and four of these projects… Continue Reading Winners of the AONTAS Star Awards 2024
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The 2024 REGIOSTARS competition is open for applications until 31 May The REGIOSTARS are Europe’s yearly awards for cohesion policy-funded projects that demonstrate excellence and new approaches in regional development. 2024 applications shall refer to a project that has received EU co-financing from the European Regional Development Fund, the Cohesion Fund, the European Social Fund,… Continue Reading 2024 REGIOSTARS competition open until 31 May
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THRIVE scheme offers local authorities up to €7m to renovate disused heritage buildings in cities, regional growth centres and key towns Initiative has potential to transform town centres across the regions supporting delivery of the Government’s Town Centre First Policy A new funding scheme under Ireland’s two European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) Regional Programmes is providing… Continue Reading Minister O’Donnell announces launch of new €120m fund to renovate heritage buildings in town centres
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Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Simon Harris TD announced €84 million to enhance research and innovation opportunities for the Technological University sector. The programme will establish, equip, and staff regional research and innovation offices within TUs to enable deepened engagement with local and regional business, industry, and enterprise stakeholders. It… Continue Reading EU co-funded allocation of €84 million to enhance Research and Innovation opportunities for TU sector
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The Minister for Public Expenditure, NDP Delivery and Reform, Paschal Donohoe launched Ireland’s public consultation on the future of the European Union’s Cohesion Policy .  The consultation forms part of a wider process which is being facilitated by the Department of Public Expenditure, National Development Plan Delivery and Reform in advance of negotiations on the post-2027 Cohesion… Continue Reading Have your say on the future of the European Union’s Cohesion Policy
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The EU JTF Community and Enterprise Grants Scheme is open for applications! Launched on 12 January, the call will remain open until 5:00pm, 22 February 2024 extended to 28 February 2024. The purpose of this funding is to support local community organisations and small to medium sized enterprises in the Midlands with ideas and initiatives… Continue Reading Apply Now: EU JTF Community & Enterprise Grants
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Fáilte Ireland launched on 11th Jan 2024 an open call for Expressions of Interest for its EUJTF Tourism Learning Network Programme. Closing date is 12 noon, 22nd Feb 2024. Continue Reading EUJTF Tourism Learning Network Programme Call now open! 
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The Special EU Programmes Body has announced €45m (£38.5m) of funding for youth projects in Northern Ireland and the border counties of Ireland. The money is the first to be awarded from PEACEPLUS, a new cross-border funding programme that is designed to support peace and prosperity across the region. The funding will be used to… Continue Reading SEUPB Announce €45m Funding for Youth Services
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