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FCT 20110525-06 - IFI Building Bridges - Overview - Gerard McCoy IFI

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  • Good afternoon conference delegates. Hopefully you have been well fed over lunch time, and not too sleepy as a result! My name is John Carson from the Fund’s Belfast Office. My aim is to provide you with an overview of one of the four key areas of the Fund’s activity – namely Building Integration or moving towards a more integrated society. And to ensure we keep to the allotted time of 1 hour!
  • Let me outline the Board’s current Strategy. Important to emphasise the need for adopting this strategy in securing continued contribution from the US (reluctance of the US to continue supporting purely economic intervention and their interest on the sharing agenda – education, housing, community groups). Each of our programmes complement the actions of the two governments, but do not substitute for them.
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    • 1. International Fund for Ireland FORUM FOR CITIES IN TRANSITION Derry / Londonderry 25 MAY 2011
    • 2. Building Bridges
      • Mr Gerard McCoy
      • International Fund for Ireland
      • Secretariat
    • 3. Building Bridges
      • Article 2
      • The objectives of the Fund are to promote economic and social advance and to encourage contact, dialogue and reconciliation between nationalists and unionists throughout Ireland.
    • 4. Building Bridges
    • 5. Strategic Framework for Action
    • 6. Building Bridges
      • The International Fund for Ireland is committed to providing opportunities which bring together individuals and groups from both sides of the community and the border to explore common issues and experiences.
    • 7. Building Bridges
      • Community Bridges Programme
      • Youth Programmes
    • 8. Building Bridges
      • Dr. Duncan Morrow
      • Community Relations Council
      • (Northern Ireland)
      • Mr. Gerry Speiran
      • FÁS – Training and Employment Authority
      • (Ireland)
    • 9. Breakaway Workshops 25 Minutes
              • Questions and Answers
              • 10 Minutes

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