One East Midlands is still active trying to fill the significant gap left by its current dormant state. A new Board has been elected and a meeting of those interested in developing a way forward was held in January 2016. Over 30 People attended with a general agreement to discuss the issues.
One East Midlands has launched a new web page for ‘Better Data: Making the third sector business case for health improvement in the East Midlands’, which has been designed to support the development of the wider integration and transformation agenda across health and social care.
The Big Lottery Fund has £630,000 of Lottery funding to 36 organisations across England to raise awareness within the voluntary community and social enterprise sector of the opportunities available through the European Social Fund.
Following the success of our first annual East Midlands MEP Guide, One East Midlands are now publishing our second East Midlands MEP Guide, featuring updated information following the May 2014 European elections.