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Greece and the European Social Fund (11/07/2012)

With ESF support, Greece is taking determined measures to make its companies more competitive and export-led while giving its workers the improved skills they need to find jobs. The education system is helping young people to obtain higher qualifications, and Greece is using lifelong learning as an integral tool to improve job prospects. Furthermore, ESF funding is focused on helping the most vulnerable groups to overcome obstacles to work.

Cyprus and the European Social Fund (10/07/2012)

Cyprus is deploying ESF funding to equip workers with new skills and competences such that they can drive the modernisation of the country’s economy. And support for women, young people, older workers and the lowskilled is helping them get jobs and raise their living standards. At the same time, the education system is being redesigned to raise standards and ensure young Cypriots have the best qualifications and prospects for their future working lives.

België en het Europees Sociaal Fonds (10/07/2012)

België ontvangt meer dan één miljard euro uit het ESF om acties op te zetten ter bevordering van de werkgelegenheid in alle gemeenschappen en gewesten. Zo kan het land met de steun van het ESF problemen aanpakken zoals de lage werkzaamheidsgraad en de vergrijzing van de bevolking. Alle gemeenschappen en gewesten beschikken over middelen van het ESF om de werkgelegenheid te stimuleren, basisopleiding en permanente educatie te bevorderen, de sociale inclusie te verbeteren en elke vorm van discriminatie te bestrijden.

The United Kingdom and the European Social Fund (13/06/2012)

The UK is investing in employment and education as a means to overcome bottlenecks to growth. As part of this, the UK is deploying over EUR 8.6 billion of ESF funding to help broaden the country’s skills base and open routes to work and success for all citizens, wherever their starting point. Better skills are also targeted as a way of making the British workforce the most adaptable and flexible in the EU.

The United Kingdom and the ESF

Spain and the European Social Fund (13/06/2012)

Spain is using ESF funding to keep workers employed and help job-seekers get back to work. Better education and vocational training are targeted as the means to ensure a more skilled workforce for the future, as are better job prospects for the young, women, the low-skilled and disadvantaged groups – to boost their participation in a more dynamic labour market.