Irene McMaster's News & events

The new PEACE PLUS Programme (2021-2027) will build on the work of the current PEACE and INTERREG Programmes between Northern Ireland and the border counties of Ireland.

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Following its work on the Impact Evaluation of the Interact Programme, EPRC is carrying out an operational evaluation of the Programme.

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The 47th IQ-Net conference in Delft, the Netherlands focussed on how Cohesion Policy programme authorities prepare for the 2021-27 framework period.

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EPRC’s Irene McMaster and Heidi Vironen report is being highlighted at an upcoming event on Interreg Evaluation, Capitalisation and Communication in Budapest (5-6 November)

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EPRC’s Irene McMaster and Heidi Vironen presents the findings of a series of Scottish Government workshops and a conference on opportunities for Future of European Territorial Cooperation.

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EPRC represented in the Scottish Government’s Arctic Policy Framework Steering Group

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The role and value of results indicators in measuring and evaluating European Territorial Cooperation Programmes is the subject of considerable debate. This debate continued in a workshop held for the ESPON TeVi project in Turku, Finland on 3 October.

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Against a background of Brexit, refrom proposals and rapid change in the Arctic, the evolution and future development of the cooperation in the Northern Periphery and Arctic was the subject of a presentation by Irene McMaster to the annual conference of INTERREG Northern Periphery and Arctic Programme (NPA)in Inverness.

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EPRC, and consultant Nathalie Wergles are carrying out a case-based impact evaluation for INTERACT.

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Irene McMaster presented the initial findings of the impact evaluation of the Northern Periphery and Arctic Programme to the Programme's Monitoring Committee in Kirkenes in northern Norway on 12 June.

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