The implications for charities and community groups from the Brexit referendum were debated online by the NCVO yesterday.
Predicted fallout from the vote to leave includes political uncertainty, slow progress on government policy change, and potential financial challenges, according to a new briefing from NCVO.
The briefing, NCVO’s first on the implications of Brexit, covers the political landscape, funding and finance, social implications, regulatory change and the role of civil society.
Following the discussion, a handy briefing document has been produced:
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