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Wrthi'n helpu'r trydydd sector yng Nghymru cael mynediad at arian Ewropeaidd
Helping Wales' third sector access European funding
 

Hello from 3-SET     

Hello, and welcome to the first 3-SET newsletter for 2021. We hope it finds you all well, and that the Christmas break isn't too distant a memory yet.

This month's European updates should prove useful - the latest round of Active Inclusion funding applications will close this Friday, so make sure that, if your organisation is interested and on the Approved Beneficiary List, you submit a bid before then.

We're also running some webinars for you on the Disability Confident Scheme and another webinar on the EU Settlement Scheme - book your places today.

Until next month, take care. 
New round of Active Inclusion 
A new round of Active Inclusion funding is now open on WCVA’s Multipurpose Application Portal (MAP). The closing date is this Friday, 5 February 2021.
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WEBINAR: Disability Confident Scheme

In conjunction with WCVA's 3-SET team, the Department for Work and Pensions will be delivering a webinar to introduce the scheme on 24 February at 2pm.


 
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Further Disability Confident webinars

A number of webinars are available which provide practical advice on key disability employment subjects. These webinars are being delivered by Disability Confident Leaders: Do-IT, Seetec Pluss, KPMG and AdviserPlus. The webinars will be facilitated by Professor Amanda Kirby and are sponsored by Microsoft. Register through the links below.
 
11 Feb – 11.30-12.00: Practical strategies for effective and inclusive remote team working
 
18 Feb – 11.30-12.00: Supporting employees to return safely back to work
 
You can access recordings of all previous events on the Do-IT website
Webinar: EU Settlement Scheme

Newfields Law and TGP Cymru will be delivering a webinar on 2 March 2021 for voluntary organisations, many of whom will work with vulnerable EU citizens who may not have applied to the scheme yet. The webinar will cover the key details of the EUSS and the application process, and it will provide information about how you can signpost and refer EU citizens to the support that’s most relevant to their specific needs.
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3-SET policy update

The 3-SET team give a brief update on policy developments regarding the world of European funding and its successors in the UK.
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Erasmus: A missed opportunity for the UK's young people

This article examines Boris Johnson’s decision to withdraw the UK from the EU’s flagship student exchange programme.
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Webinar: Navigating Pandemic Social Security: Benefits, Employment and Crisis Support During COVID-19

In recent years, the process of claiming benefits has become increasingly complex with a range of external actors mediating the relationship between benefit claimants and the Department for Work and Pensions. 

This webinar from ERSA outlines the findings of a recent report that outlines the nature and significance of support accessed by households and what this means for those with more complex needs. 

 
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Progress of programmes: EU Structural Funds 2014 to 2020

EU Structural Funds continue to help and support people and businesses across Wales. To see the full statistics for the 2014-2020 programmes, visit Welsh Government's Progress of EU funds web page.

 
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Swansea University VBHC Academy

Swansea University have launched a series of virtual Value Based Healthcare courses, as part of their VBHC Academy. Open to leaders and aspiring leaders from health, social care, life sciences and third sectors, it explores VBHC with peers across all sectors; sharing diverse experiences and perspectives.
 
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