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Read the Putting People First - Draft Community Plan here and then complete our Consultation Questionnaire.

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Peace IV Programme

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The call for Social Partners for the Peace IV Partnership in the Mid and East Antrim area have CLOSED.

We are in the process of forming a partnership for the EU’s Peace IV Programme, managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB). 

We invited applications from social members within the Mid and East Antrim Council area. 

The Voluntary/Social members are to be representative of the following key example sectors: - Community/Voluntary Groups, Children, Young People, Elderly, Women, Ethnic Minorities, Trade Union and Business etc.

The Partnership will advise on the delivery of the 3 Priority Themes under the Local Authority Peace IV Programme:

  • Building Positive Relations
  • Shared Spaces & Services
  • Children & Young People

This was an Open Call for applications and each will be competitively assessed using clearly defined criteria as outlined in the guidance notes.

It is a basic requirement that members of the Partnership should either live in or have a significant interest in the geographical area covered by the Council cluster. 

Applicants had to be nominated by an appropriate constituted group that is active within the Mid and East Antrim area, and have the required knowledge, skills and/or experience.  

Please note that by being a member of the Partnership will not deem you ineligible to apply to deliver the programmes.

Applications to this have now closed. Late submissions will not be accepted.     

If you have any queries T: 028 2563 3367