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18 December 2013
In the fall of 2012, the European Commission commissioned a study on the socio-economic dimensions in EU fisheries. The study, produced by MRAG, has now been finalised and examines the local processes of development and diversification and the role of fisheries in coastal communities through the collection of primary data at local level.
17 December 2013
Earlier this year, the European Commission commissioned a counterfactual evaluation on permanent and temporary cessation measures in the European Fisheries Fund (EFF).
3 December 2013
Discours de Lowri Evans, Boulogne-sur-Mer, France, 29 novembre 2013
19 November 2013
FARNET, the European Fisheries Areas Network, recently produced a new leaflet outlining the multiple opportunities for fisheries communities to use the European Fisheries Fund (EFF) funds under Axis 4 for the sustainable development of fisheries areas.
23 October 2013 -
23 October 2013
The European Commission has welcomed the European Parliament's vote on the 2014-2020 European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF). This vote is a crucial step to securing political agreement by the end of the year, which would allow the fund to be in place as of January 2014.
17 October 2013

The European Commission in co-operation with Transparency International is organising on 3 December 2013 in Brussels a Conference on anti-fraud and anti-corruption measures in relation to the use of European Structural and Investment Funds.

15 October 2013 -
15 October 2013

The page "European transparency initiative - Recipients of EU funding" is now updated with information on beneficiaries of EFF payments (shared management) which are published on member state websites.

European transparency initiative - Recipients of EU funding

12 December 2012
This issue of the FARNET Magazine opens with an article that presents some of the main lessons from a series of 15 in-depth case studies, which were carried out by FARNET in different fisheries areas across the EU.

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