• Peace Wall Removal

    Peace Wall Removal

    Community Celebrates Peace Wall Removal

    Residents at a North Belfast interface hold a celebration event to mark a new era after the removal of a 30 year old Peace Wall.

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  • Community Consolidation

    Community Consolidation

    Community consolidation - Peace Consolidation

    A strategy for the International Fund for Ireland 2016-2020

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  • Peace Impact Programme

    Peace Impact Programme

    Peace Impact Programme

    The Peace Impact Programme (PIP) is delivering real and positive community transformation. Find out more.

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  • Twitter

    Twitter

    Twitter

    Follow us on Twitter for the latest news and updates on events - @fundforireland

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  • Annual Report 2015

    Annual Report 2015

    Annual Report 2015

    2015 was a landmark year for the Fund. Click here to read our year in review.

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  • Peace Impact Programme

    Peace Impact Programme

    PIP

    The Peace Impact programme is delivering sensitive interventions in communities that have not previously, or have only partially, participated in peace building and reconciliation activities.

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  • Peace Walls Programme

    Peace Walls Programme

    Peace Walls

    The Peace Walls Programme focuses on helping interface communities to bring about the conditions that can allow for the removal of Peace Walls. Click here to read more.

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  • Fund Focus

    Fund Focus

    Fund Focus

    The latest edition of our newsletter looks at commmunities taking risks for peace.

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