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Guidance for beneficiaries of European Structural and Investment Funds and related EU instruments (02/12/2014)

This guide explains how to effectively access and use the European Structural and Investment Funds and on how to exploit complementary aspects with other instruments of relevant Union policies.

Guidance on Simplified Cost Options (SCOs) (10/10/2014)

This document provides technical guidance and examples on the three kinds of simplified cost options applicable to all the ESI Funds for the 2014-2020 programming period.

Guidance on implementing the Youth Employment Initiative - ESF thematic paper (23/09/2014)

This guidance document on the YEI targets in particular the ESF managing authorities in charge of the implementation of the Initiative. It provides an overview of the rules applicable focusing on targets groups, programming aspects, scope and financial rules of the YEI.

Investing in people: EU funding for employment and social inclusion (28/07/2014)

Volume 7 of the Social Europe guide focuses on EU funding instruments used to help people into employment or out of poverty and social exclusion. The guide outlines the aims and objectives of four specific funds: the European Social Fund (ESF); the Fund for European Aid to the Most Deprived (FEAD); the EU programme for Employment and Social Innovation (EaSI); and the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF).

The implementation of simplified cost options with the ESF in Italy: a case study - ESF thematic paper (25/07/2014)

SCOs were introduced in the 2007–2013 programming period for ESF in order to reduce the administrative burden on Managing Authorities when implementing ESF co-funded projects and on beneficiaries. SCOs enable also to shift the focus from input to output and results. This thematic paper shares the Italian experience with this tool in the hope that good practices can be taken up by other EU countries when managing ESF projects.