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Public consultation: feedback on the ESF 2007-2013 Public consultation: feedback on the ESF 2007-2013 (09/02/2016)

The European Commission has launched a public consultation in the context of its ex-post evaluation of the European Social Fund (ESF) during the 2007-2013 programming period.

The contribution of ESIF to jobs and growth The contribution of ESIF to jobs and growth (14/12/2015)

Today, the Commission adopted a Communication on the contribution of the European Structural and Investment Funds (ESI Funds) to the EU's growth strategy, the Investment Plan and the Commission's priorities over the next decade.

Supporting the integration of asylum seekers and refugees Supporting the integration of asylum seekers and refugees (25/09/2015)

An extraordinary meeting of managing authorities on 25 September discussed how to optimise the use of the ESF and the FEAD to support the integration of asylum seekers and refugees and exchange good practice and experience in this field

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Employment for victims of gender-based violence
Employment for victims of gender-based violence (20/05/2016)

European Social Funds encourage businesses to employ battered women.

Encouraging youngsters to stay at school in Italy
Encouraging youngsters to stay at school in Italy (19/05/2016)

New ESF-funded programme to reduce the number of school dropouts in Napoli.

Boosting entrepreneurship in Luxembourg
Boosting entrepreneurship in Luxembourg (19/05/2016)

Unemployed people create their own business thanks to ESF funds.

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Tackling the Skills Gap - The Golden Key to Economic Growth
Tackling the Skills Gap - The Golden Key to Economic Growth (26/05/2016)

This seminar has been especially designed for individuals working in the fields of education and training, economic growth, employment and the labour market at national, regional and local level.

Result orientation: Cohesion Policy at work
Result orientation: Cohesion Policy at work (16/06/2016)

The conference will highlight the benefits of evidence based policy making. It will be a showcase for the best evaluations, a place to discuss good practices in evaluation planning, and an opportunity to broaden the range of people involved in the evaluation of Cohesion Policy.

Nuashonrú is déanaí: 24/02/2011 | Barr