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Sandra Buchanan

, Cross-Border Development, Social Inclusion, Productive Investment and Industrial Development and District Partnerships (in the North only), with a seventh priority, Technical Assistance, supporting the whole programme. They consisted of twenty-four measures, 24 many of which were similar to those addressed by the IFI, with the recurrent themes of employment, education and training and social inclusion running

in Transforming conflict through social and economic development
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Europeanisation breakthrough
Boyka Stefanova

reference to the difficult political situation, and established priorities for cross-border development. The EP found that cross-border links suffered from the uneven development between the North and the South and proposed to the Irish government devolution and regionalisation (European Parliament 1987: 7). Outside political initiatives, acting upon its conventional economic assistance and peace dividend

in The Europeanisation of conflict resolution
Sandra Buchanan

EU adopted for its various funding programmes for Northern Ireland. The importance of IFI funding to Northern Ireland is clear when compared to other EU funding. In terms of cross-border development for example: The total EU contribution proposed for INTERREG II is approximately £110 million over the

in Transforming conflict through social and economic development