Third Sector Podcast #3: Brexit

Liam Kay talks to John Tizard, Jane Thomas and Catherine Anderson about the implications of Brexit for charities. Plus: A visit to CVS Tendring and a discussion about International Women's Day

Our third monthly podcast looks at the implications of Brexit for charities.

Liam Kay is joined in the studio by John Tizard, an independent strategic adviser and chair of Navca, Brexit Civil Society Alliance coordinator Jane Thomas and Jo Cox Foundation chief executive Catherine Anderson, who chat to him about the practical, social and funding effects Brexit could have on the voluntary sector. Look out for Liam's follow-up feature on the effects of Brexit in the March/April edition of Third Sector, out on 15 March.

We also hear from Third Sector editor Andy Hillier, who visited Community Voluntary Services Tendring in Essex to find out about some of the challenges the area's charities are facing. He spoke to Pauline Mann, chief officer at Tendring Community Transport, Kizzi Keast, centre leader at Into University Clacton-on-Sea, Christopher Wetton, chief executive of Essex Carers Support, Brenda Ellis, chair of CVS Tendring, and Annalisa Andrews, its deputy chief executive.

And finally, Rebecca Cooney speaks to Julia Lynch, founder of the Global Girl Project about International Women's Day, which takes place on 8 March.

If you have comments on this edition of the podcast, please let us know your thoughts via Twitter at @thirdsector or email us at thirdsector@haymarket.com.

We would like to thank our guests for joining us.

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