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Bevan Foundation informs Assembly about funding after Brexit

June 21st 2018

The Bevan Foundation was delighted to share its proposals about replacing EU funding in Wales with Assembly Members this week.

EU funding for Wales is set to end after Brexit, with the UK Government’s plans to replace them with a ‘Shared Prosperity Fund’ still being vague. The Bevan Foundation was pleased to be invited to submit written evidence to the Assembly Finance Committee’s inuiry into ‘preparations for replacing EU funding for Wales’, and on Thursday 21st June 2018 our Director, Victoria Winckler, was invited to give oral evidence.

You can follow the Finance Committee’s inquiry, read our and other organisations’ evidence and the transcripts of evidence sessions here.

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