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The European Social Fund

Office for Official Publications of the European Communities

The European Social Fund

An overview of the programming period 1994-1999

by Office for Official Publications of the European Communities

  • 104 Want to read
  • 33 Currently reading

Published by European Communities / Union (EUR-OP/OOPEC/OPOCE) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • EU & European institutions

  • The Physical Object
    FormatLibrary Binding
    Number of Pages308
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12910161M
    ISBN 109282811360
    ISBN 109789282811368

      T he European Social Fund (ESF) is one of the longest-standing instruments of supranational policy available to the EU. Since , it has allowed the Community to intervene in all its Member States to improve the labour market conditions. The ESF allows the participation in the labour market of both workers impacted by the trade liberalisation prompted by the EU and marginalised . ESF programme brochure - has been updated. The brochure contains all important information about the ESF in Germany in the funding period It provides an overview of funding opportunities, the ESF funding programmes, the possibilities for application and funding, ESF contact points, but also the history of the ESF and the integration into European employment policy.

      European Social Fund to assessing participant eligibility Guidance Explains how to assess if someone is eligible to take part in a European Social Fund project.   European Commission - Press Release details page - Brussels, 29 January The European Social Fund is the European Union's main financial instrument for supporting the European Employment Strategy and investing in Europe's human capital. Created in , the Fund supports measures to prevent and combat unemployment, to promote training and to improve the way the .

    Collectively, these help to implement the Europe strategy. European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) – regional and urban development; European Social Fund (ESF) – social inclusion and good governance; Cohesion Fund (CF) – economic convergence by less-developed regions; European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD).   In a short report the Work and Pensions Committee says any gap in payments between the existing European Social Fund and a new fund would be disastrous. It also says the UK has a rare opportunity to "create a truly world-leading successor" to the European Social Fund "that is the envy of Europe” — but it must act fast.


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The European Social Fund by Office for Official Publications of the European Communities Download PDF EPUB FB2

The European Social Fund has often been overshadowed by more visible European Union social and economic policies. It is European Social Fund and the EU: Flexibility, Growth, Stability (Contemporary European Studies): Jacqueline Brine: : BooksAuthor: Jacqueline Brine. The European Social Fund and the EU will be of particular use to anyone interested in social and economic regeneration across the European Union.

The Operation of the European Social Fund [Doreen Collins] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying by: 2. Women and the European Social Fund. Brussels: Commission of the European Communities, Directorate-General Information, Information for Women's Organisations and Press, [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.

The European Social Fund is the EU’s most important tool for creating more and better jobs in Europe. The Fund has existed since Every year the Social Fund provides support, education and training to approximately 10 million EU citizens – from Tallinn to Trollhättan, from Barcelona to Boden.

The European Social Fund is designed and implemented in a partnership between the European Commission and national and regional authorities. This partnership also involves a wide range of other partners, such as NGOs and workers’ organisations, in the design of the ESF strategy and the monitoring of its implementation.

European Social Fund The ESF invests in people, with a focus on improving employment and education opportunities across the European Union. It also aims to improve the situation of the most vulnerable people at risk of poverty. The European Social Catalyst Fund (ESCF) is a new initiative designed to have significant impact on some of Europe’s most pressing social challenges.

The objective of the ESCF is to bring together public and private resources to improve social services. Sets out the rules for funding the to European Social Fund (ESF) programme. If you use assistive technology (such as a screen reader) and need a version of this document in a more.

European Social Fund: citizens' summary. European Structural and Investment Funds provide EU Member States and regions with financial assistance to overcome structural deficiencies, such as lack of infrastructure or skills, and to enable them to strengthen competitiveness and increase employment.

The European social fund and the EU: flexibility, growth, stability. [Jacky Brine] -- This title aims to give greater prominence to an area of policy - that involving the European Social Fund - that has often been overshadowed by more visible social and economic policies.

Social Europe Volume Two This book brings to you some of the best contributions published on Social Europe over the second half of in easily accessible ebook and paperback formats.

The collection is newly edited with a thematic focus on the rise of populism and also includes in text-form previously unpublished material from Social Europe Podcast. The European Social Fund Operational Programme is the main document for setting out the strategy and priorities for use of the fund to support the Europe strategy for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth.

It also contains high level information on how the fund will be delivered, managed and evaluated. The European Social Fund is Europe’s main instrument for investing in people.

It helps people find employment or create businesses, supports disadvantaged groups, improves education and makes public services more efficient. This book reviews how local social and employment policy fields react to the European Social Fund (ESF) to determine the role of the ESF in local activation policies.

Drawing on both sociology and political science literature on welfare state reforms, Zimmermann examines what shapes local policy reactions to ESF and what effects these reactions have on change in local policy fields.

Comparing. The European Social Fund is the European Union’s main financial instrument for helping people seeking employment through investment in education, skills and employment support. The ESF Programme for Employability Inclusion and Learning From to the ESF aims to support almost half a million people.

This book reviews how local social and employment policy fields react to the European Social Fund (ESF) to determine the role of the ESF in local activation policies. Drawing on both sociology and political science literature on welfare state reforms, the author examines what shapes local policy reactions to ESF and what effects these reactions.

The European Social Fund (ESF) is one of the EU's 5 Structural and Investment Funds and serves as one of its main tools to promote jobs & social inclusion, fight poverty and promote education, training & the acquisition of life-long skills.

This book is the culmination of a research project from the international European Social Fund network on ‘Career and Age, Generation, Experience(AGE)’.

It discusses and offers observations on key concerns at the European level: How to make people work longer. The role of European Social Fund (ESF) Policy and Operations Unit is to oversee all matters relating to the ESF in Ireland and to represent Ireland's position at European level.

Specifically, it is responsible for the programme development, the on-going monitoring and implementation of programmes and the sound and efficient financial management.

Introduction to European Social Fund The European Social Fund is organized in much the same way, but it focuses mainly on the training and retraining of workers.

Europe. España; Legislación Española; Normas Españolas; United Kingdom; France; LatinA. Diccionario; Books 19th Century; Documents 20th Century; Australia; Asia; Canada.The European Social Survey runs a programme of research to support and enhance the methodology that underpins the high standards it pursues in every aspect of survey design, data collection and archiving.

Structure and Governance. Participating Countries. Research Ethics. User Statistics. ESS Topline Series. ESS on Wellbeing. ESS Bibliography.the european social fund: framework & A CHIEVEMENTS The ESF is one of the EU’ s Structural Funds set up t o reduce the gap in living standards between regions andAuthor: Nicholas Glytsos.