The new €5.5million PEACE IV Action Plan for Donegal will be launched at a special event in the County House in Lifford on Monday 30 April at 3pm.
This new plan has been prepared as part of the PEACE IV Programme and will build on the positive work done in Donegal, the border region and Northern Ireland over the last two decades and will see the delivery of projects, interventions and initiatives that will continue to play an important role in reinforcing progress towards a more peaceful and stable society.
The PEACE IV Programme focuses on a range of areas where it wants to make significant and lasting changes including Children and Young People; Shared Spaces and Services; and Building Positive Relations.
The PEACE IV programme is financed through the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) of the European Union and managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB).
In Donegal, the programme is being delivered by the PEACE IV Partnership which is a sub group of the Local Community Development Committee or LCDC with secretariat support from Donegal County Council.