Phase 2 of PEACE III has a Cross Cutting Theme
and three priorities under which projects have
been developed. These are:

Cross Cutting Theme

Investing in Relationships
for Peace Building

To develop a range of lasting relationships for peace building in the CAN area across and within communities and sectors through a recognition of where people are in the peace building journey in the CAN area. The cross cutting nature of this priority reflects the acknowledgement that relationships and engagement are fundamental to the success of the PEACE III Programme in the CAN area.

Programme A Bridging Our Community Gap
Programme A Bridging Our Community Gap

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Priority 1

Investing in Leadership for a Shared Society

To build leadership skills for a shared society within a range of sectors and groups across the CAN area that will result in new behaviours which will illustrate to others the value of a shared society.  Skills that demonstrate the important and influential role that all sections of society have in relation to building peace and the collective responsibility that all people have in maintaining a peaceful society.

Programme 1.1 Leadership for a Shared Society
Programme 1.1 Leadership for a Shared Society

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Priority 2

Investing in Cohesion and Integration

To build cohesive, connected and inclusive communities across the CAN area and deliver a range of practical projects that address local peace building hard shared space issues on the ground in local areas.

Programme 2.2 Respect Programme
Programme 2.2 Respect Programme

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Priority 3

Investing in Families and Young People

To build a greater connect between families and young people in the CAN area by delivering a family and intergenerational dialogue and learning programme which will build more cohesive communities at local level.

Programme 3.4 Positive Play for Cohesion Programme
Programme 3.4 Positive Play for Cohesion Programme

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”To challenge attitudes towards sectarianism and racism and
  to support conflict resolution and mediation at the local community level.”

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