This publication is an intermediate report, which analyses the allocation of funding delivered in Northern Ireland under the Special Support Programme for Peace and Reconciliation (SSPPR). It addresses, in particular, the issue of religious community uptake of available funding and the complex relationship between religious community background, deprivation, funding applications and approved funding. The paper examines the number of project applications made and approved as well as their aggregate financial value, before going on to look at the religious community and relative deprivation profiles of the 1991 Census Enumeration Districts (EDs) in which these projects originated. The final part of the study reports on a statistical analysis of the effects of factors such as population size, religious community background, deprivation and the propensity to apply for funding on the distribution of funding.
|Titolo:||Special Support Programme for Peace and Reconciliation: Analysis of Community Uptake|
|Autori interni:||PRATSCHKE, Jonathan|
|Data di pubblicazione:||1999|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||3.1.2 Monografia con ISBN|