Housing Associations Integration Project
The Housing Associations Integration Project (HAIP), is a unique cross-border initiative aimed at promoting good relations across housing associations in Northern Ireland and the Border Regions.
The €1.1m project, which is funded by the EU’s Peace IV Programme and managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB), will bring together social housing residents from a range of religious and cultural backgrounds to share experiences, learn about differences and embrace diversity in the communities in which they live.
The aim of the Housing Associations Integration Project is to build, improve and sustain positive relationships with local people and their neighbours from different cultures and countries.
“Peace IV funding has enabled us to secure €1.1m of funding to deliver a significant cross-border social housing project, The Housing Associations Integration Project (HAIP).
– Alan Shannon, Chairperson of the Project Steering Committee for HAIP.
Major new cross-border housing project to be launched to ‘share experiences and embrace diversity in communities’
More than 1,000 social housing residents from 40 neighbourhoods are to take part in the Housing Associations Integration Project (HAIP). Find out more about our launch event and read the full press release below.