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EU PEACEPLUS Reimaging Programme

Hybrid Workshop -

Pre-Application Support

Friday 8th July 2022

10am – 12 noon

 

The EU PEACEPLUS Programme aims to build prosperity and peace within Northern Ireland and the border counties of Ireland. Prior to the funding call to the new EU PEACEPLUS Programme being opened, the SEUPB is co-ordinating a hybrid pre-application support workshop targeted specifically at organisations who will create new shared spaces for use by all communities; or increase the shared usage of existing facilities. It will result in an increased number of individuals and groups utilising shared spaces and accessing shared services.

This forms part of Investment Area 1.4 of the new EU PEACEPLUS Programme.

The key objective of Investment Area 1.4 is to ‘increase in the number of individuals and groups regularly accessing new or reimaged shared spaces, which have been co-designed on a cross-community basis; and spending recreational time or accessing services therein.”

 

The SEUPB anticipates that a funding call for this Investment Area will open in Autumn 2022. In advance of this, the above workshop will provide preliminary guidance to help potential applicants build their project, programme knowledge, and capacity so that they are best placed to make quality applications, with a strong focus on outcomes that meet programme targets and the overarching aim of Peace and Prosperity.

An indicative budget allocation has been set at €75m for this Investment Area. It is anticipated that the majority of this funding will be invested in large-scale, multi-partner, cross community projects. The hybrid workshop will:

  • Explain the requirements of Investment Area 1.4 and some of the details that are likely to be included within the call including: types of project activities expected, area of impact, the outputs for the people concerned;

  • Outline the key Policy areas of concern in Ireland and Northern Ireland

  • Outline the key components of a strong application including EU funding requirements, and project management;

  • Set out how to complete a Concept Note to receive feedback prior to submission of an application.

  • Provide a Q&A opportunity for those in attendance.

 

Event Registration

This hybrid workshop is a ticketed event, aimed specifically at organisations who will create new shared spaces for use by all communities; or increase the shared usage of existing facilities, and will result in an increased number of individuals and groups utilising shared spaces and accessing shared services.

To register for an in-person ticket (central Belfast location) please visit the SEUPB eventbrite page before 5pm on Thursday 7th July. Please note, tickets to attend this workshop in-person are limited due to venue capacities and as a result of covid restrictions. 

To register for an online ticket please visit the SEUPB eventbrite page before 5pm on Thursday 7th July. You will then be provided with a Microsoft Teams link to join the workshop online, sent to you via email to the address you registered with. If need be, please speak to your IT department to ensure access is granted from emails coming from this address.


For those who cannot attend either in person or online, a link to a video of the workshop and any Pre-Application Support presentations will be made available after 8th July 2022.

Documentation relating to this event can be requested in other languages and accessible formats such as MS Word, easy-read, large print, audio-CD and braille by emailing: communications@seupb.eu

 

‘Potential Partner’ Notice Board 

Would you like to include your details on this web page as part of a ‘Potential Partner’ Notice Board? (In doing so you are confirming consent for the details you provide to be made publicly available via this website). Please note that all personal data you may provide to the SEUPB will be processed in accordance with our Privacy Notice, which can be accessed here.

Your details will only appear on this webpage until the 30 September 2022, at which point they will be removed.

If you do want to use the ‘Potential Partner’ Notice Board facility please supply

(a) your organisation’s name

(b) your organisation’s web address, and

(c) a relevant contact email address

to communications@seupb.eu 
 

 

Full details of our privacy notice, giving details of how we collect, hold and process your information (including your personal data), can be found here.

We may sometimes use Eventbrite to facilitate our workshop registration. Eventbrite’s servers are hosted in the USA. Eventbrite use Standard Contractual Clauses (SCCs) to safeguard this international transfer of data. Further information on the Eventbrite Privacy Policy, is available here and on the SCCs here.

 

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