Guidance from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport for the civil society sectors, including charities, social enterprises and voluntary organisations. Covers what to do before 1 January 2021 to prepare for the end of the transition period.
External resources on Brexit and charities
Externally-produced resources providing practical information on how the UK's exit from the EU affects the charity and non-profit sector.
Looking for the ICAEW view on Brexit? Find the latest updates and expert analysis on business and industry sectors at the ICAEW Brexit hub.
A NCVO blog post on how the changes to UK law being made through Brexit secondary legislation may impact charities.
A guide to help third sector organisations in Wales prepare for Brexit. It highlights some key resources and questions to consider.
Article from GOV.UK reminding businesses and charities which share personal data with organisations in the EEA that they will need to take steps to ensure they continue to comply with data protection laws if the UK leaves the EU without a deal. The article provides pointers to the practical guidance available to help businesses and charities with this task.
Blog post from Ben Westerman, senior external relations officer at NCVO, looking at the headline implications of a no-deal Brexit for charities.
A National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) presentation on how Brexit will shape the landscape for the voluntary sector.
A report on the impact of Brexit on charities, calling on the government to adopt a six-point plan for the sector.
A short publication from Crowe Clark Whitehill highlighting six areas that charities should revisit following the result of the EU referendum: strategies and scenario planning; management structures and skills including those of trustees; budgeting and planning; performance management; reserves policy; risk registers.
ICAEW's Brexit hub
Find more guidance and material on how to prepare for the end of the transition period.
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