• Impact Report

    This Impact Report was commissioned to chart the legacy of the four PEACE programmes, as well as the INTERREG A and Transnational Programmes.
  • From left to right; Seamus Bradley, Assistant Director, Education Authority, Lorraine Gilligan Executive Director Leargas, Tony Macaulay Author and keynote speaker. Time Stewart CASE Project Manager, Gina McIntyre Chief Executive Special EU Programmes Body. Alison Chambers Department of Education Northern Ireland and Sarah McCarthy Managing Director of SJC Consultancy.
  • What previous projects have received funding?

    If you are thinking about applying under the PEACEPLUS Programme we would encourage you to have a look at previous projects for examples of good practice.
  • PEACE Programmes Learning Platform

    The Platform holds information and records that will continue to grow and develop in the coming years - including thousands of project case studies, research documents, reports, audio-recordings, testimonials, films and photographs.
  • Case Studies

    The following case studies showcase the work of the PEACE IV and INTERREG VA Programmes and positive impact the funding has made.
  • PEACE IV Case Studies

    The following case studies help tell the stories of the impact that the PEACE IV Programme is having, in bringing communities together – and how projects continued to deliver services during the second year of the pandemic.
  • Photo of opening event of WSV
  • PEACE Learning Platform Leaflet
  • Koulla Yiasouma, the Northern Ireland Commissioner for Children and Young People, Ian Jeffers, the Northern Ireland Commissioner for Victims and Survivors and Professor Duncan Morrow, lecturer in politics at Ulster University.
  • EMS

    The electronic Monitoring System (eMS) helps SEUPB collect and store all the information required to process funding applications for current Programmes.
  • What was funded under the PEACE IV Programme?

    The PEACE IV The Programme had four key priority areas or ‘specific objectives’ where it aimed to make significant and lasting change. These were: Shared Education; Children and Young People; Shared Spaces & Services and Building Positive Relations.
  • PEACE IV Programme Monitoring and Steering Committee members

    For each funded Programme, a Programme Monitoring Committee (PMC) is established under European Regulation to monitor its effectiveness and quality. PMC delegates responsibility to the Steering Committee who make the final decision on whether funding is awarded to projects.
  • PEACE IV Programme Overview

    The PEACE Programme has a total value of approximately €270 million and it is a unique cross-border initiative designed to support peace and reconciliation in Northern Ireland and the border counties of Ireland.
  • Themes and Investment Areas

    The PEACEPLUS Programme has been divided into six themes – each of which aims to address longstanding social, environmental and economic challenges which have and continue to impact our community. Within each theme there are several investment areas. Each theme has a specific focus and is aimed at supporting organisations such as local authorities or community groups.
  • Programme Overview

    PEACEPLUS is designed to support peace and prosperity across Northern Ireland and the border counties of Ireland and builds upon the work of previous PEACE and INTERREG Programmes.
  • What is the SEUPB?

    The Special EU Programmes Body is responsible for managing EU funding under the PEACEPLUS, PEACE IV and INTERREG VA cross-border programme to help build peace and prosperity.
  • About SEUPB

    One of six cross-border Bodies set up under the Belfast Agreement. Our role is to help facilitate the positive impact that European Regional Development Funding.

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