It’s too soon to say what Brexit is going to mean to the charity sector in Northern Ireland and the UK, and the knock-on effects on the sector here. It’s too soon for almost anything except head-shaking, anxiety, and puns about Bremorse, Bregrets, and Brecriminations. In that spirit, I’ve gathered together a few Bresponses and a new Bresource from the UK non profit sector:
- Karl Wilding of NCVO in the UK has put together this slide show on the implications of Brexit for the voluntary sector.
- A more upbeat piece from Forster Communications focuses on the opportunities that Brexit may have uncovered. Slightly heartening 🙂
- The rise of public racism in the UK since Brexit is a horrible trend – this new iStreetWatch website reminds us that it doesn’t have to be endured. They are logging and mapping racist attacks, and encouraging bystanders to offer support to those targeted. A great example of using digital for positive change, and the power of digital for quick action.
Update: The Wheel have put together a detailed analysis on what Brexit could mean for Irish charities