Glossary of EU funding schemes in Ireland

Leonardo da Vinci is arguably history's most famous artist and inventor, known equally for the Mona Lisa as for providing blueprints for a prototype helicopter. His efforts defined the Renaissance Man as someone adept in all areas.

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Peace I and Peace II have operated since the IRA and UVF ceasefires announced in 1994. It funds cross-religion and cross-border projects that promote peace and reconciliation between the ex-warring communities of Northern Ireland.

Rapporteur is a word often heard around the European Parliament. Derived from the French, it simply means "author of a report". (French - Report = rapport)

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Special EU Programmes Body ... In 1994, following the announcement of the IRA Ceasefire, the then President of the Commission Jacques Delors, told the world that the EU would play its part in building a lasting peace in Northern Ireland.

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The Single Market is one of the great achievements of the European Union. It allows us to move, live, work and trade freely across a Union of 28 member states and 503 million people. 

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Urban helps urban inner city areas in decline, and addresses the problems associated with social and economic exclusion in these areas.


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