This page includes videos about or produced by projects funded under the PEACE III Programme.
The International Networking Group on Peace Building with Young Children is a three year project which has received £610,000 from the European Regional Development Fund under the PEACE III Programme.
Sligo RAPID Urban Collective - RAPID (Revitalising Areas by Planning, Investment & Development) is a national programme in Sligo, Ireland, working within areas of urban disadvantage.
Restorative Action Following the Troubles (R.A.F.T.) is an Armagh-based project offering psychotherapy, counselling and complementary therapy services to victims and survivors of the ‘conflict’.
A project by the Irish Football Association challenging prejudice and misconceptions around football and promoting a healthier approach to the sport by campaigning against bigotry and sectarianism.
The Peace Bridge is one of the largest capital build projects funded under the PEACE III Programme. It is a foot and cycle bridge that physically and symbolically unites both sides of the River Foyle.
A public space regeneration project in East Belfast. Developed out of the work of the East Belfast Mission the Skainos project regenerated an area of serious inner city decline, between Dee Street and Templemore Avenue.
The official Opening of The Castle Saunderson International Scout Centre took place on the 18th August 2012 performed by the President of Ireland, Michael D Higgins and attended by politicians from both sides of the border and representatives from all groups across the Island of Ireland.
Video containing contributions recorded at an event hosted by the Epilogues project, which sought to facilitate discussion around the complex issue of acknowledgement of the conflict in and about Northern Ireland.
Youth 52 is a 13 week long programme which brings young people together to explore their common history, diverse cultures and aspirations for the future. The central aspect of the programme is participation in the OCN Level 1 accredited Conflict Transformation and the Messines Experience programme.
Art is a global language which unites and excites communities and individuals all over the world. ICAN uses this creative force to empower those affected by conflict by providing a platform for international and local people to connect and exchange.
Inside Stories is an animated film developed through Edgehill's Reconciliation Programme in Hydebank Young Offenders' Centre.