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EU funding in Wales 2014-2020Judith StoneThird Sector European Team (3-SET)Wales Council for Voluntary Action www.wcva.or...
• Third sector projects 2007-2013• Partnership arrangements for Programmedesign• Key messages for Welsh consultation ondra...
Third sector projects 2007-2013• Approx. £304m of EU + match funding has beencommitted to third sector projects– £212m to ...
Programme design• European Programmes Partnership Forum• Supported by work streams:– Operational Programmes– Delivery & Co...
Recommendations1. Work with WCVA and third sector networks to facilitateinvolvement in design, commissioning and delivery2...
Key concerns• Size of the Budget for East Wales• Harmonisation of rules and regs• Shift the balance from ‘doing things rig...
WCVA and loan finance• Communities Investment Fund• Wellbeing Bonds• Micro Credit• Unity TrustFor further information, ple...
Thank you for listening!Please contact me for further information:jstone@wcva.org.uk; 0800 2888 329
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EU funding in Wales 2014-2020

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Presentation by Judith Stone (Wales Council for Voluntary Organisations), on the future of EU funding in Wales 2014-2020, at NCVO event in April 2013.

Find out about NCVO's european policy work: http://europeanfundingnetwork.eu



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EU funding in Wales 2014-2020

  1. 1. EU funding in Wales 2014-2020Judith StoneThird Sector European Team (3-SET)Wales Council for Voluntary Action www.wcva.org.uk  0800 2888 329  help@wcva.org.uk
  2. 2. • Third sector projects 2007-2013• Partnership arrangements for Programmedesign• Key messages for Welsh consultation ondraft Operational Programmes• WCVA Wellbeing Bonds
  3. 3. Third sector projects 2007-2013• Approx. £304m of EU + match funding has beencommitted to third sector projects– £212m to third sector lead/joint sponsors (direct bids)– £91m third sector contracted delivery• Transport, heritage, community buildings,community economic development, socialenterprise support, youth, employment, skills.
  4. 4. Programme design• European Programmes Partnership Forum• Supported by work streams:– Operational Programmes– Delivery & Compliance– Monitoring & Evaluation– Territorial Co-operation• Integrated approach: ERDF, ESF, EAFRD,EMFF• Public consultation on draft OPs Jan-April 2013
  5. 5. Recommendations1. Work with WCVA and third sector networks to facilitateinvolvement in design, commissioning and delivery2. Ring-fence 20% of ESF for tackling poverty and socialexclusion (in addition to CCT)3. Ring fence 5% of ERDF for CLLD4. Create a dedicated ERDF Priority for social enterprise5. Create a dedicated Priority for transnational co-operation6. Create a single PMC covering all EU funds7. Continue to support Technical Assistance for third sector
  6. 6. Key concerns• Size of the Budget for East Wales• Harmonisation of rules and regs• Shift the balance from ‘doing things right todoing the right things’
  7. 7. WCVA and loan finance• Communities Investment Fund• Wellbeing Bonds• Micro Credit• Unity TrustFor further information, please contact:Matthew Brown: mbrown@wcva.org.uk
  8. 8. Thank you for listening!Please contact me for further information:jstone@wcva.org.uk; 0800 2888 329

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