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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 3-SET’s newsletter for November. We hope you’re all keeping well – this month we have some wider sector updates for you, as well as some policy news and information updates.

We talk about our
policy work in the light of the upcoming Shared Prosperity Fund, and also give an update on State Aid Rules.

Don’t forget to register for the webinar we’re running with Digital Communities Wales if you’re looking for support with delivering your projects online.

If you want to contact 3-SET, we’re available at 3set@wcva.cymru / 0300 111 0124 / https://wcva.cymru/projects/3-set/ for any questions or queries. Until next time, take care.
3-SET’s policy update 
Ever since the decision was taken to leave the EU, resulting in the loss of Structural Funds at the end of this current cycle, 3-SET have been working hard to influence decision makers on the design and delivery of the proposed Shared Prosperity Fund and to keep the sector up to date with any developments.
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Active Inclusion projects show their ambition in the face of COVID-19 challenges

Contributions from Active Inclusion projects in North Wales made up a significant part of an online event organized by the North Wales Regional Skills Partnership in October and supported by North Wales Economic Ambition Board.
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State Aid

We give you a brief update on State Aid in light of the upcoming end of the transition period.
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Webinar: Digital Communities Wales

WCVA’s Third Sector European Team will be delivering a webinar in partnership with Digital Communities Wales, to highlight the free digital support available to organisations who are struggling to deliver and engage online.
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Active Inclusion projects talk about the Shared Prosperity Fund

Active Inclusion recipients Down to Earth appeared on Wales Today to talk about the Shared Prosperity fund…
…and more!
 
Meanwhile, The Open Air Partnership appeared on Newyddion S4C talking on the same topic.
Free Employment Symposium Webinar

What support is available to employers who have autistic and learning disabled staff? Have you considered the benefits of employing an autistic person/ someone with a learning disability? Are you a supported employment provider keen to know more about how Covid-19 has had an impact on autistic/learning disabled people?
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When Europe cooperates, regions benefit

Interreg Europe have launched a new publication called ‘When Europe cooperates, regions benefit’, which collects the stories of 30 of their projects as they come to a close.
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More 2020 Erasmus+ funding results published

The first Key Action 2 and Youth Round 2 funded project lists are now available where you can view the lists to get an overview of the organisations that have been awarded decentralised Erasmus+ funding so far.
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