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Stable funding in unstable times

Following Brexit and the new arrangements for the replacement funds (specifically the Shared Prosperity Fund), relationships between the voluntary sector and local authorities have never been more important. A panel including Rebecca Evans, Minister for Finance and Local Government, the Wales Local Government Association and a representative of the voluntary sector itself, will explore these relationships in terms of funding, the roles communities can and should play in informing and designing services and what we have learnt from how differently things were done in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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