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25/01/2017

Projects and organisations funded by the European Union Programme for Employment and Social Innovation (EaSI) – Report 5  (25/01/2017)

Kataloge N. :KE-BP-16-001-EN-N

This report presents examples of projects and organisations across Europe dealing with social protection, social inclusion, employment and labour mobility. All selected project were supported by the Programme for Employment and Social Innovation (EaSI) as well as its predecessors, the EURES and PROGRESS programmes.

13/01/2017

EaSI Besserer Zugang zu Finanzierungsmöglichkeiten für ein sozialeres Europa  (13/01/2017)

Kataloge N. :KE-02-16-756-DE-N

Diese Broschüre enthält nützliche Informationen über die Unterstützung, die das Programm für Beschäftigung und soziale Innovation (EaSI) Finanzintermediären bietet, die Finanzierungsmöglichkeiten für Sozialunternehmen oder Mikrodarlehen für Unternehmer bereitstellen. Der Leser erfährt Näheres über die verschiedenen Instrumente, die zur Verfügung stehen, und wie man sich bewirbt. Die Broschüre ist in englischer, französischer und deutscher Sprache in gedruckter Form oder online verfügbar.

14/12/2016

Fund for European Aid to the Most Deprived (FEAD) - Edition 2016 - Poster  (14/12/2016)

Kataloge N. :KE-06-16-177-EN-N

The Fund for European Aid to the Most Deprived (FEAD) offers assistance to some of the most vulnerable persons in the EU – every year, it helps over 10 million people. The assistance may take the form of food, clothing and other essentials, accompanied by advice, counselling or other help to re-integrate into society. The FEAD may also finance stand-alone social inclusion activities for the most deprived persons, which are designed to strengthen people’s skills and capacities so that they can overcome difficulties or discrimination they face in everyday life.

06/12/2016

Reducing deprivation, supporting inclusion: FEAD case studies  (06/12/2016)

Kataloge N. :KE-05-16-038-EN-N

This catalogue presents 28 case studies of Fund for European Aid to the Most Deprived (FEAD) implementation across the European Union and encompasses a range of initiatives related to the organisation of food and material assistance schemes, accompanying measures and social inclusion initiatives as well as the manner in which FEAD initiatives can potentially complement other EU-funded (e.g. ESF) programmes.

The catalogue is one of several outputs deriving from knowledge-sharing activities of the FEAD Network in 2016. This community of practice has been established by the European Commission to allow all stakeholders and partner organisations to share tools, ideas and resources that can help with the delivery of FEAD-funded initiatives.

18/10/2016

First results of the Youth Employment Initiative - Final Report  (18/10/2016)

Kataloge N. :KE-01-16-710-EN-N

The Youth Employment Initiative (YEI) launched in 2013 provides funding of €6.4 billion to support youth employment by targeting young people aged below 25 years (or below 29 in some Member States) who are not in employment, education or training and who reside in the regions of the European Union particularly affected by unemployment. This study provides an overview of the implementation progress of the YEI from September 2013 to the end of November 2015 across the 20 eligible Member States. It also includes an in-depth analysis for a sample of countries and key points from the national evaluations.

An executive summary is also available in English and in French.

18/10/2016

Summary of operational programmes supporting institutional capacity building 2014-2020  (18/10/2016)

Kataloge N. :KE-06-16-109-EN-N

This paper summarises 29 operational programmes financed by the European Social Fund and/or the European Regional Development Fund under the objective “enhancing institutional capacity of public authorities and stakeholders and efficient public administration” (thematic objective 11). It was prepared with the view of informing the evolution of the ‘Quality of Public Administration Toolbox for Practitioners’, a practical guide for civil and judicial administrations to the challenges of good governance.

19/04/2016

Monitoring good practices in the areas of employment, social affairs and inclusion - volume 4  (19/04/2016)

Kataloge N. :KE-BK-16-001-EN-N

This monitoring report gathers good practices of projects across Europe dealing with working conditions, employment, social affairs and inclusion. One of the selected projects is "The job of my life" project, supporting young persons from Europe in finding an in-house vocational training position in Germany. Another example of good practice is a French project which created info points in selected schools to prepare future graduates integrate the labour market. All selected project were supported by the EURES financial instrument or by the PROGRESS programme.

11/03/2016

Arachne – Be distinctive  (11/03/2016)

Kataloge N. :KE-04-15-934-EN-N

Arachne is a risk scoring tool developed by the European Commission. It supports managing authorities responsible for the European Structural and Investment Funds by detecting effectively and efficiently the most risky projects, contracts, contractors and beneficiaries. This brochure will give shows the vast possibilities of the Arachne risk-scoring tool and how managing authorities can profit from its innovative and sophisticated features.

02/02/2016

The Latvian food basket  (02/02/2016)

Kataloge N. :KE-04-15-558-EN-N

The Latvian food basket indicates the monthly budget required for an adequate food intake by three reference households (consisting of children and people of working age, in good health, without disabilities and living in the capital city). The basket includes a budget for food and for the kitchen equipment required to prepare, serve, consume and preserve this food. Furthermore, it takes into account the necessary budget for physical activity and for other functions of food, such as its social function for example.

02/02/2016

Der luxemburgische nahrungsmittelkorb  (02/02/2016)

Kataloge N. :KE-04-15-560-DE-N

The Luxembourg food basket indicates the monthly budget required for an adequate food intake by three reference households (consisting of children and people of working age, in good health, without disabilities and living in the capital city). The basket includes a budget for food and for the kitchen equipment required to prepare, serve, consume and preserve this food. Furthermore, it takes into account the necessary budget for physical activity and for other functions of food, such as its social function for example.