Under the 2014-2020 programme Wales is expected to receive over £2billion in European Structural Funds investment, with £75.5 million awarded so far to third sector led operations. Under any new funding regime arising from Brexit, Wales must consider how it will administer and deliver any successor funds.
Dates and locations:
Llandrindod Wells Monday 20th November
Llandudno Tuesday 21st November
Llanelli Tuesday 28th November
The agenda for the sessions is as follows:
1:40pm What has European funding done for Wales?
1:50pm Rob Halford, Head of Planning and Strategy within WEFO: The Welsh Government’s perspective on the future of regional policy in Wales
2:20pm Phil Fiander, WCVA’s Director of European Operations, Consultancy and Business Development: Regional policy post 2020 – priorities for the third sector
3:00pm Questions and discussion