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Supporting Scotland's vibrant voluntary sector

Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations

The Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations is the membership organisation for Scotland's charities, voluntary organisations and social enterprises. Charity registered in Scotland SC003558. Registered office Mansfield Traquair Centre, 15 Mansfield Place, Edinburgh EH3 6BB.

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National third sector bodies join forces on Brexit

Umbrella organisations for the voluntary sector in Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales are putting pressure,on the UK government

Scotland and the UK Internal Market - SCVO response

Others across the sector may be able to say more about the impacts on other areas of the sector’s work,Shared Prosperity Fund In 2018, the Scottish voluntary sector benefited from European funding to the,Conclusion As the UK extricates itself from the European Union, the voluntary sector has consistently,/Scotland%E2%80%99s-Place-in-Europe-third-sector-concerns-1.pdf [2],/third-sector-says-uk-must-stay-in-single-market-and-customs-union [3]

SCVO response to the recommendations in Scotland’s Place in Europe: Our Way Forward

to remain in the Single Market and Customs Union, following recommendations made in the Scottish Government,to remain in the Single Market and Customs Union, due to concerns that leaving the European Union would,must remain in the Single Market and Custom’s Union.,“Third sector organisations across the UK and Ireland have repeatedly stated our serious concerns that,vulnerable in our society and individuals and communities that the third sector supports.

Protecting Our Interests: Scotland’s Response to the UK Government and EU’s Withdrawal Agreement and

We believe that other options must be explored, beyond the two being offered by the UK Government.,market and customs union.,Third Sector Concerns Human Rights Scotland’s voluntary sector has grave concerns about potential human,However, we are aware that the Scottish Government Third Sector Division received £9.7 million for the,SCVO works in partnership with the third sector in Scotland to advance our shared values and interests

Leaving the Customs Union & Single Market will destroy our society

staying in the Custom's Union - a decision caused by the chaos and politics in her own party and her,For the third sector it will mean increased demand for their services - I worry if we'll be able to cope,to remain in the Single Market and Customs Union.,and single market would mean ‘unavoidable’ barriers to trade in goods and services.,To underpin that we need a strong economy - the UK needs to stay in both the single market and the customs

Removing the sharp edges from Brexit: a Scottish third sector perspective

The next 12 months will see the UK begin to shape its future relationship with the European Union and,We have been clear from the start that membership of the EU is not all about the economy, single market,For SCVO, the key sharp edges are the single market and customs.,We believe that at the very least, the UK needs to stay in both the single market and the customs union,We all believe: The best course of action is for the UK to remain in the Single Market and Customs Union