Organisations can register to apply online for a Project Funding grant under the Central Good Relations Fund (CGRF). Registration of your organisation is the first stage in the online application process.
Applications for 2020/21 CGRF Project Funding are moving online and will open in two stages from the week commencing 13 January 2020. The first stage will be a registration process, with the online application form to follow.
The Outcomes Delivery Plan sets out the actions that departments intend to take to give effect to the previous Executive’s stated objective of improving wellbeing for all – by tackling disadvantage and driving economic growth.
The document below details the outcome of North Belfast Strategic Good Relations Programme (NBSGRP) Rural Needs Impact Assessment.
The good relations strategy 'Together: Building a United Community' was published by the Northern Ireland Executive in May 2013.
Guidance on conduct for Civil Servants.
The document below is a letter from David Sterling, Head of the Northern Ireland Civil Service, to Professor Alan Manning in response to the UK Government's commission to the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) to provide advice on potential fu
The document below details the outcome of the T:BUC Camps Rural Needs Impact Assessment.
The document below details the outcome of District Council Good Relations Programme (DCGRP) Rural Needs Impact Assessment.
The document below details the outcome of Planned Interventions (PI) Rural Needs Impact Assessment.
The document below details the outcome of Central Good Relations Fund (CGRF) Rural Needs Impact Assessment.
- Author: PfG Analytics
- Publication Date: 30 October 2019
The purpose of publishing the screening outcomes report is to ensure that stakeholders are aware of any final decisions in relation to completed screenings.
This publication aims to explore the extent to which people agree with the 12 Outcomes in the draft Programme for Government framework, using questions in the Northern Ireland Continuous Household Survey.
In 2014, a small grant scheme was established by The Office of the First Minister and deputy First Minister to fund additional support service projects to victims and survivors of Historical Institutional Abuse (HIA).
The All Aboard news-sheet provides information on the public appointment vacancies that are expected to arise in the coming months.
The Privacy Notice below outlines how the Executive Office handles personal information relating to public appointments.
This report presents administrative data on Public Bodies for Northern Ireland 2016/17.
Access the link below for data on Public Appointments in Northern Ireland between 1 April 2016 and 31 March 2017.
The Privacy Notice below outlines how the Centenarian and Anniversary Branch handles personal information.