The new cross-border EU PEACEPLUS Programme for 2021-2027 has a value of €1.14bn
PEACEPLUS is a new €1.14bn funding programme designed to support peace and prosperity across Northern Ireland and the border counties of Ireland, building upon the work of the previous PEACE and INTERREG Programmes. The design reflects the importance of peace-building activity, but also the importance of actions that will contribute positively to the economy, building prosperity and adjusting to the new environment and challenges we face.
An Overview of the EU PEACEPLUS Programme can be found here. This document presents an Overview of the Themes and Investment Areas that have been approved by the NI Executive, Irish Government and North South Ministerial Council. This is not yet approved by the European Commission and is therefore subject to change. The Overview document is intended to provide information to potential applicants to enable project development to continue. Further detailed guidance will be made available following Commission approval.
For more information on the PEACEPLUS Programme go to PEACEPLUS Programme Update | SEUPB
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