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Get involved in EU funding (NCVO Annual Conference 2012)
 

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More presentations from the NCVO Annual conference: http://www.ncvo-vol.org.uk/networking-discussions/blogs/20591 ...

More presentations from the NCVO Annual conference: http://www.ncvo-vol.org.uk/networking-discussions/blogs/20591


Knowing how and where to secure funding is vital for your organisation’s sustainability. In a time of funding cuts, knowing where to find multiple funding streams is more important than ever.

The merger of NCVO and the Third Sector European Network gives you access to unparalleled expertise in how to influence EU decision-making. This workshop will give you practical knowledge of how to access the European Social Fund and other Brussels-based funding streams alongside local success stories.

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