The County of Sligo is to benefit from the PEACE IV Programme (2014-2020) with a budget of €773,286.
PEACE IV Programme Facilitators
The PEACE IV Programme is a cross-border initiative, financed through the European Union and managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB). It has been designed to support peace and reconciliation in Northern Ireland and the Border Region of Ireland. In addition to supporting peace and reconciliation the EU’s PEACE IV Programme also contributes to the promotion of social and economic stability, in particular through actions to promote cohesion between communities. It has been brought to our attention that community and voluntary groups with an interest in the Peace IV Programme may be unaware of the availability of suitably experienced facilitators. To this end we are in the process of establishing a Facilitator Database.
Skills and expertise required include project development and delivery, administration, research, reporting, evaluation and experience of grant funded programmes. Also required is a knowledge of issues and subjects relevant to the PEACE IV Programme, such as sectarianism, racism, conflict resolution, mediation, negotiation, cross-border work, inter-faith, cultural diversity and work with new communities, travellers, women and youth.
If you would like to be included on the database please e-mail your CV to email@example.com no later than 5pm on Friday 8th December 2017. Submissions must clearly outline relevant skills and experience and also include a minimum of 2 references
Inclusion in this database is in no way a guarantee of work nor will it be a recommendation of any of the facilitators included. Rather it will form a central database of information available to recipients of PEACE IV funding from which they may choose to access facilitators. This database may be updated during the life of the PEACE IV Programme.