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ACNI announces £6.9m IERP funding

26 February 2021

The Arts Council of Northern Ireland, on behalf of Department for Communities (DfC) and in collaboration with Future Screens NI, has announced details of 1,562 individuals working in the Creative Economy, who are set to benefit from £6,910,794 of emergency funding.

This second round of the Individuals Emergency Resilience Programme (IERP) is in addition to £4.274 million already awarded to individuals since April 2020; it makes up a total of £33m of emergency Covid-19 funding from DfC to support the arts, culture, heritage and language sectors which have been severely impacted by the pandemic.

IERP is designed to provide much-needed financial support to those working in the Creative Economy at a time when essential elements of the arts, cultural and creative sectors have been decimated due to venue closures, festival and event cancellations and the disappearance of live audiences. The fund offered individuals the opportunity to apply for grants of up to £5,000 each and £7,500 each for those with a disability.

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