Il-Fond Ewropew ta’ l-Aġġustament għall-Globalizzazzjoni (FEG)
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Catalog N. : KE-04-14-739-EN-N
Employment across Europe has suffered due to the impacts of globalisation and the worldwide financial and economic crisis. This leaflet focuses on the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF), which co-funds support to EU workers who find themselves unemployed after the closure of a large company, major dismissals or when production in a sector shifts outside the EU. Personalised assistance measures, channelled through regional or national authorities, aim to help those people who qualify for EGF support to find another job or set up their own business.
Catalog N. : KE-AF-13-037-EN-N
This issue of Social Agenda looks at the new European Social Fund and European Globalisation Adjustment Fund. It highlights the on-going public consultation on how the EU's growth and jobs strategy is going and presents initiatives to make EURES a more pro-active cross-EU job placement tool, manage better company or public service restructuring and ensure quality traineeships. And who are the missing entrepreneurs? Available in English, French and German, also in print.
Catalog N. : KE-AF-12-032-EN-C
A silent revolution is underway in the field of employment and social data collection and analysis, giving a much more vivid picture of what people are going through and how they are evolving over time. This issue of Social Agenda focuses on the methodology of data collection and its political consequences. For the EU to reach its objective of generating inclusive growth by 2020, social policy must be considered not so much in terms of expenditure but rather as an investment in Europe's most precious asset: its own people or, as economists would say, its "human capital". Social Agenda is available in English, French and German.
Catalog N. : KE-31-11-404-MT-C
Il-Fond Ewropew ta' Aġġustament għall-Globalizzazzjoni (FEG) jikkofinanzja miżuri biex jgħinu lil ħaddiema li spiċċaw vittmi tas-sensji tal-massa minn negozju wieħed jew settur fi ħdan l-istess reġjun, jew żewġ reġjuni li jmissu ma’ xulxin biex isibu xogħlijiet ġodda. Dan il-fuljett jipprovdi l-informazzjoni dwar l-isfond tal-azzjonijiet tal-FEG f’ħames Stati Membri tal-UE. Dan jinkludi intervisti ma’ nies li jew ibbenefikaw mill-miżuri jew kienu nvoluti f’implimentazzjoni tagħhom.
Din il-pubblikazzjoni hi disponibbli f’format stampat bl-Ingliż, bil-Franċiż u bil-Ġermaniż u f’format elettroniku fil-lingwi uffiċjali l-oħra kollha tal-UE.
Catalog N. : KE-31-09-244-MT-N
L-EGF twaqqaf b’mod speċjali biex jiffinanzja appoġġ individwali lill-ħaddiema. Il-Fond jiffoka fuq attivitajiet magħmulin apposta li huma ddisinjati biex jgħinu lill-ħaddiema jerġgħu jiksbu posthom fix-xogħol malajr kemm jista’ jkun.
Catalog N. : KE-31-09-125-EN-P
Poster "EGF: solidarity in the face of change" available in all EU-official languages.
Catalog N. : KE-AF-08-020-EN-C
This issue's "Special feature" looks at the ways in which EU employment and social policy can help cushion the impact of the crisis, in particular on the labour market, thanks to a targeted use of existing instruments such as the European Social Fund and the Globalization Adjustment Fund (p. 18). This magazine is available in English, French and German.
Catalog N. : KE-AF-08-017-EN-C
The latest issue of Social Agenda takes a detailed look at the first year of the European Globalisation adjustment Fund: how many applications has the Commission received so far; how does the process work; and what is the EGF doing to help workers find employment again after redundancy?( p. 4). Other articles look at undeclared work, workers' mobility and the reasons why so few women ever make it to the top echelons of European business.
Catalog N. : KE-AF-06-016-EN-C, ISSN: 1682-7783
The latest issue of Social Agenda takes a detailed look at the first year of the European Globalisation adjustment Fund: how many applications has the Commission received so far; how does the process work; and what is the EGF doing to help workers find employment again after redundancy? (pp.15 to 20). Other articles look at undeclared work, workers' mobility and the reasons why so few women ever make it to the top echelons of European business. The magazine is available in English, French and German.