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

France receives EUR 5.4 billion of ESF funding to implement employment and training actions on the French mainland and in France’s overseas departments. This ESF support also enables France to fight inequality and to help companies adapt to economic development. These are the stra tegic priorities for boosting growth and strengthening France’s international competitiveness.

Suomi ja Euroopan sosiaakirahasto (13/06/2012)

Suomen tärkein kasvunlähde kuluneen vuosikymmenen aikana ovat olleet sen pienet ja keskisuuret yritykset, jotka ovat luoneet yli 75 % uusista työpaikoista vuoden 1995 jälkeen. ESR:n rahoitus auttaa luomaan uusia yrityksiä ja työpaikkoja, joissa kansainvälistymisellä on suuri merkitys. Lisäksi sen avulla pyritään ratkaisemaan nopeasti ikääntyvän väestön, työvoiman vähenemisen ja tiettyjen väestöryhmien pitkäaikaistyöttömyyden aiheuttamia haasteita.

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

Estonia is nurturing high-technology and knowledge-based industries and services that need new workers – with the skills and know-how to ensure success and growth. So ESF funding is helping Estonian workers join in and drive this transformation – by off ering opportunities for training and lifelong learning, updating the education system for young people, and ensuring everyone – from all social groups – has the chance to embrace change.

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

Denmark is spending over EUR 500 million on its ‘More and Better Jobs’ ESF programme to equip more of its people with more and better skills. This is vital to nurture high living standards, improve competitiveness and ensure that an ageing population does not put future growth at risk. Danish ESF spending is also boosting the spirit of entrepreneurship and innovation among many social groups.

The Czech Republic and the European Social Fund (13/06/2012)

ESF funding is helping Czech workers to take an active part in their country’s future growth through improved education and training opportunities, better adaptation of training to the needs of the market, and better job opportunities for all. And improvements to the education system are under way that will equip Czech graduates with the high-level skills needed to thrive in an innovative, competitive economy.

Czech Republic and the ESF