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Good Friday Agreement

Competition open to primary and post-primary schools to mark the 20th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement.

The competition is open to entries from groups or individuals, using any medium that a school-goer wishes, based on the theme of '20 Years of Peace and Reconciliation on the island of Ireland'. Entries can be either text-based, such as poems, stories or reflective accounts, or they can be visual, such as drawings, films, paintings or posters.

A prize fund of €2,000 is allocated and a total of five winners and their families will be invited to a special ceremony at the Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade, Iveagh House, in May.

Organised by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and the Department of Education and Skills.

Further information on the competition - how to enter.

Closing date: 24th April




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