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Sandra Buchanan

’s priorities included supporting employment, urban and rural regeneration, cross-border development, social inclusion, productive investment and industrial development, and district partnerships (in Northern Ireland only).21 Peace II was essentially a continuation of Peace I, from 2000–04, providing a further €835 million. In February 2005, a two-year extension was announced to the end of 2006, providing a further €160 million. Its rationale was based on ‘the continuing overwhelming need to maintain the momentum for peace. In particular, the prevailing economic and social

in Theories of International Relations and Northern Ireland
The economic dynamics
Mary C. Murphy

Williamson 2000). Corresponding geographically to District Council areas, 52 Northern Ireland and the European Union Table 3.3  EU Peace programmes in Northern Ireland 1995–2013 Programme Funding period Priorities EU allocationa Peace I 1995–99 Employment Urban and rural regeneration Cross-border development Social inclusion Productive investment and industrial development District partnerships Technical assistance €400 million Peace II 2000–6 b Economic renewal Social integration, inclusion and regeneration Locally based regeneration and development

in Northern Ireland and the European Union