• Peace Impact Programme

    Peace Impact Programme

    Time2Choose

    The Time2Choose Project was established in June by Rosemount Resource Centre in response to increasing calls for support from people facing intimidation and at risk of violent attack. It provides specialist mediation and intervention services to those under threat, their families and the wider community.

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  • Building Integration

    Building Integration

    Sharing in Education Programme (SiEP)

    The final lessons of an £18million programme developed by the Fund could be the key that unlocks shared education opportunities in all schools, a Belfast conference heard today.

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  • Sharing in Education

    Sharing in Education

    Welcoming Schools

    The Welcoming Schools and the Primary Curriculum Partnership projects engaged with more than 8,400 pupils, 1,000 school staff and 550 parents to promote equality of opportunity, good relations and respect for diversity and identity.

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  • Leaving a Legacy

    Leaving a Legacy

    Reconciliation through the Riverine

    Organisers of ‘The Gathering of The Gales’ were delighted to welcome hundreds of brass and wind musicians to take part in the festival, which was hailed as an enormous success.

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  • Building Integration

    Building Integration

    Rasharkin Community Youth Project

    The Rasharkin Community Youth Project received £106,036 from the International Fund for Ireland through its Integrating Community Organisations Programme and was supported by the Rural Development Council and Ballymoney Borough Council.

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  • Peace Walls Programme

    Peace Walls Programme

    Peace Walls Programme

    Helping to address the physical and mental barriers to lasting peace and a truly shared society.

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  • Sharing in Education

    Sharing in Education

    Cox's Demense Youth Community

    Developed and run by Early Years – the three year ‘Media Initiative for Children Respecting Difference’ programme engaged with some 30 pre-school setting s and reached out to more than 1250 young children in Cavan and Monaghan.

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Welcome

The International Fund for Ireland is an independent international organisation which was established by the British and Irish Governments in 1986. Financed by contributions from the United States of America, the European Union, Canada, Australia and New Zealand; the Fund promotes economic and social advance, and encourages contact, dialogue and reconciliation between nationalists and unionists throughout Ireland.

At its core, the Fund’s mission is to tackle the underlying causes of sectarianism and violence and to build reconciliation between people and within and between communities throughout the island of Ireland.

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