A showcase event took place on Friday 15th March in the offices of the Northern Ireland Executive. The event was part of the annual St. Patrick’s Day celebration co-ordinated by the NI Executive and included an ‘Ulster Fry’ style breakfast for up to 100 EU dignitaries including Ambassadors, Commission staff (REGI), MEP’s and other Commission officials. This event raised awareness of the impact that EU funding and the CASE Shared Education Project were delighted to be represented.
The SEUPB delivered a showcase exhibition, featuring PEACE IV and INTERREG VA projects, as part of the annual St Patricks Day celebrations organised through the Office of the Northern Ireland Executive. Two of our Development Officers Tim Stewart and Stephanie Kenny-Quinn attended on behalf of the CASE project. They highlighted the good work of our 163 partnerships, the importance of this continued funding support and the impact it is making to pupils, teachers, leaders and the wider community.
The event took place on Friday 15th March and was attended by over 100 EU dignitaries including Ambassadors, Commission staff (REGI), MEP's and other Commission officials including Sue Gray, Permanent Secretary for the Department of Finance NI and UK Deputy Ambassador to the EU, Katrina Williams. Feedback was very positive from all who spoke with the CASE representatives and the hard work and dedication of the schools involved in this project was noted.
PEACE IV exhibiting projects included: Dare to Lead Change; CASE (Shared Education); Peace Bytes and Monaghan Peace Campus.
INTERREG VA exhibiting projects included: ECME and Ulster Canal Greenway