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The International Fund for Ireland: Economic Assistance and the Northern Ireland Peace Process


The role of the International Fund for Ireland (IFI) is examined within the context of the conflict in Northern Ireland through the perspectives of community groups, civil servants and development officers. Specifically, this paper examines the views of 36 study participants from Northern Ireland and the Border Area—that have direct experience with protracted ethnopolitical conflict and with the IFI. Further, this paper explains the importance of economic and social development to peacebuilding within Northern Ireland.

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