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ESF Programme for Employability, Inclusion and Learning (PEIL) 2014-2020 for Garda Youth Diversion Projects (GYDPs)

The European Social Fund (ESF) provides the European Union with the financial means to invest in people. The current round of funding will run from 2014 to 2020 during which Ireland will have received more than €500 million in assistance from the European Social Fund.

The Irish Youth Justice Service (IYJS) secured co-funding for Garda Youth Diversion Projects through the European Social Fund 2014-2020 Programme for the specific purpose of improving the education and employability prospects of young people engaged in the projects.

The allocation of the funding is subject to a number of conditions as outlined in the EU circulars. These circulars can be found on the ESF website (www.esf.ie).

 

 

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ESF Human Capital Investment Operational Programme (HCI-OP) 2007 - 2013 for Garda Youth Diversion Projects (GYDPs)

The European Social Fund (ESF) provides the European Union with the financial means to invest in people. The current round of funding will run from 2007 to 2013 during which Ireland will have received more than €375 million in assistance from the European Social Fund.

The Irish Youth Justice Service (IYJS) secured co-funding for Garda Youth Diversion Projects through the European Social Fund 2007-2013 Programme for the specific purpose of improving the education and employability prospects of young people engaged in the projects.

Funding under the programme was made available under two sub-measures.

  • Sub-measure 1 – Funding for the provision of Personal Development courses and IT courses.
  • Sub-measure 2 – Funding for the provision of additional Youth Justice Workers in each project.

 

 

 

 

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