The Executive Office, in partnership with the Education Authority (EA), are inviting applications from groups, who are registered with the EA, to deliver a youth programme as part of the Youth Intervention Programme in 2019. The application process opened on Tuesday 5th March 2019 at 4pm and closes on Thursday 11th April 2019 at 4pm.
The programme aims to target young people living in interface areas and areas where there is potential for heightened social unrest during the summer period of June, July and August. A particular focus of the programme is in engaging young people on weekends, evenings and during times of high community tensions.
The main outcomes of Youth Intervention Funding is to improve attitudes between young people from different community backgrounds and to reduce the number of crime and anti-social behaviour incidents carried out by young people in areas where the participants come from.
The application form and guidance notes are available at http://www.eani.org.uk/youthintervention
The application form is available in both PDF and Word format and once completed should be emailed to email@example.com
Hard copies can be returned by post to Youth Intervention, Youth Service, Education Authority, Grahamsbridge Road, Dundonald, BT16 2HS. Groups can also contact the EA Youth Office by telephone on 028 9056 6952 or 028 9056 6429
A number of support workshops have been arranged to provide advice, support and guidance to organisations who are considering applying for funding under the Youth Intervention Programme for 2019-2020. Due to changes in the application forms this year we strongly recommend groups attend. To register visit https://eafundingevents.eventbrite.co.uk
Awards will be made to successful groups subject to the availability of funds.
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