NCVO event:European Structural and Investment Funds 2014-2020: from policy to practice - how will the Voluntary and Community Sector engage in the new Programme?
from 09:30 am to 04:00 pm
This event is now SOLD OUT
The aim of the event is to provide participants with an update on the policy developments of the European Structural and Investment Funds 2014-2020 Programme as well as with an opportunity to hear about the main entry routes into the Programme from the Opt-in and Co-financing Organisations.
The Big Lottery Fund, as one of the main Opt-in organisations providing match funding for the Social Inclusion element of the Programme, is in the process of firming up entry routes and are keen to hear views from the sector on its emerging delivery models.
Join us to improve your knowledge of the European Structural and Investment Funds, and to learn how your organisation can take full advantage of the new opportunities on offer.
Lunch and refreshments will be included.
- Understand what are the opportunities for the voluntary sector in the new ESIF 2014-2020 programme
- Know who the ‘opt-in organisations’ are and how your organisation will be able to apply for funding
- Participate by giving feedback
- Be aware of support available for the sector
Who should attend?
This event is not to be missed if you are from a voluntary sector organisation wishing to apply for the ESIF 2014-2020 programme.
Although this is a free event, please do notify us if you are unable to attend.
NB The organisers reserve the right to change the programme, speakers or venue without notice.
The Big Lottery’s role as match funder of social inclusion in EU funding 2014-2020, Sue Ormiston, Big Lottery Fund, December 2014
Please note that information included in this presentation is subject to final agreement and sign off.
European Structural and Investment Funds overview – the UK Government Position Update. Nick Dexter, DCLG, December 2014
UK Government ESIF 2014-2020 position. Rob Wells, DEFRA. December 2014
Working in Partnerships, the voluntary sector and LEPs: model for collaborative leadership. Presentation by John Markham MBE, Chair, Northamptonshire LEP
Working in Partnerships, the voluntary sector and LEPs: the local approach. Presentation by Tom Hinchcliffe, Enterprise M3 LEP
NOMS ESF Co-financing Organisation 2014-2020, Mark Nickson, Head of National Offender Management Service ESF CFO
ESF 2014-2020 DWP Opt-in. Paul Higginbottom, Department for Work and Pensions
Big Lottery Fund’s Building Better Opportunities presentation: Laura Furness, Big Lottery Fund
Please note that information included in this presentation is subject to final agreement and sign off
Skills Funding Agency 2014-2020 Opt in Offer, Ebrahim Dockrat MBE, Skills Funding Agency
European Structural and Investment Funds: Delivery of the Programmes, Dr Carol Sweetenham, DCLG, December 2014