Enabling Wellbeing in Northern Ireland

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Year: 2018

The Carnegie UK Trust’s new project Embedding Wellbeing in Northern Ireland will offer significant financial and in-kind support for up to three Community Planning Partnerships in Northern Ireland to implement a wellbeing outcomes approach through their Community Plan. The project will support the participating Community Planning Partnerships to overcome challenges which they themselves have identified as a priority. As part of a three year programme, a peer-to-peer support model will be developed to allow the Community Planning Partnerships to learn from each other and that of international best practice in addressing similar challenges, and share this with other local authorities in Northern Ireland.

This project leaflet provides more information on the project and the Expression of Interest process open during April 2018.


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