19 Nov 2018

WCVA wants to hear your views on Brexit. Do you think your organisation and the third sector will thrive after Brexit or will it be a struggle to survive?

Snapshot survey OG

What do you expect from WCVA and the support we provide for the sector in Wales?

Please click here to take our snapshot member survey. What you tell us will help shape and influence our Brexit activity over the coming year.

It's open to WCVA members for two weeks and will close on the 3 December 2018.

More on this

WCVA, in partnership with Cardiff University, has formed a project to help the third sector better engage with and influence Brexit debate. 

The Wales Civil Society Forum on Brexit aims to:

  • connect third sector organisations and leading industry experts to stimulate informed debate and discussion 
  • enable groups and experts to share knowledge
  • develop shared third sector positions and take coordinated action where relevant

The project takes its steer from the sector to help guide its direction and activities. Our four key areas of current interest are equality and human rights, immigration policy, future funding and the environment and animal welfare. Please see the Forum's Position Statement on these interest areas here.

To receive information about upcoming events and Brexit updates, please contact Jessica Williams jwilliams@wcva.org.uk or Charles Whitmore whitmorecd@cardiff.ac.uk.

This project is funded by The Legal Education Foundation.

For more information on the project, please visit the website www.brexitforumwales.org