REP - Practice to Policy papers

The Rural Enabler Programme (REP), funded through the PEACE III Programme, was established in 2010 ‘to address issues of sectarianism, racism, social exclusion and all other forms of rural inequality through challenging the status-quo, assisting, supporting and creating the space for local communities and rural institutions to identify the fears of reconciliation and anti-racism
work’.

The practice to policy approach identified the key learning under a number of headings which encompasses the original seven programme themes and the three core objectives of the Programme.  Click to download the introduction and the 4 practice to policy papers.

These Practice to Policy papers have been developed for each of the above themes and cover all seven of the thematic issues addressed through the Programme.

The purpose of these papers is to provide a concise distillation of the
learning arising from the work of the Programme for policy at local and
regional levels.