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Advisory Group

NCVO’s European Funding Network is a membership body of 17 key experts on EU funding from across the sector including social enterprise, cooperatives and local and/or national charities.

Meet the Group

The European Funding Network (EFN) membership reaches across all geographic and thematic areas including the environment, youth, health, rural issues, entrepreneurship and operates under cross cutting themes such as gender equality, sustainability and diversity.

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ACRE
Environment, rural and sustainability issues
Area: National

 

Co-operatives UK
Co-operative enterprises issues
Area: National

 



LVSC
Area: London

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National Trust
Environment, rural, sustainability and
volunteering issues
Area: National



Network for Europe
Area: North West


 

New Europeans

New Europeans
European Funding
Area: National


One East Midlands
Area: East Midlands




Regional Action West Midlands
Area: West Midlands


RSPB
Climate change and sustainability issues
Area: National



 



TSNLA
Area: National

Volunteering Matters

Volunteering Matters
Volunteering Issues
Area: National



VONNE
Area: North East

What do we do?


Our members have extensive experience in the field of European Structural Funds, supporting organisations accessing the funds, providing strategic input in the development of programmes, raising awareness of project opportunities and disseminating good practice.

The EFN advisory group exchanges information on issues related to the implementation of the programme at sub-national level and identifies matters to be raised at national level at the ESF Programme Monitoring Committee.

It is a vital connection between the national and local dimensions of ESF delivery and helping sustaining a bottom-up approach to influencing policy.
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