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The European Commission has published today the external ex-post evaluation report of the Programme for Employment and Solidarity (PROGRESS) 2007-2013.
The European Commission is launching a web-based survey on the performance of the PROGRESS Programme in 2013.
The European Parliament and the Council reached a political agreement on the EU programme for Employment and Social Innovation (EaSI) with a proposed budget of €815 million for the 2014-20 period.
EUROCITIES Cities for Active Inclusion partners will host eight national events between June and October in 2013.
The European Commission is starting the annual performance monitoring of the PROGRESS Programme by launching the Performance Survey for the year 2012.
Building on 5 years of mutual learning and exchange, Eurochild launched its Compendium of Inspiring Practices on Early Intervention and Prevention in Family and Parenting Support last week.
The European Commission is inviting individuals, organisations and institutions that follow policy debate in the field of employment and social affairs, as well as those involved in national and EU policy-making or implementation, to contribute to the performance monitoring of the PROGRESS Programme by participating in the Annual Survey 2011.
The European Commission has adopted a legislative package for cohesion policy for the period from 2014 until 2020. It is designed to boost growth and jobs across Europe by targeting EU investment on Europe's Growth and Jobs Agenda (Europe 2020 strategy).
The Commission has undertaken the review of its financial instruments for the next post-2013 multiannual financial framework. The EU programme for employment and social solidarity, – PROGRESS (2007-2013), is also subject to a review. In this context, DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion invites you to take part in the public consultation on a successor instrument.
The European Commission would like to invite all individuals, organisations and institutions that follow policy debate in the field of employment and social affairs, as well as those involved in national and EU policy formulation or implementation, to participate in the Annual Survey 2010 of the European Union Programme for Employment and Social Solidarity (PROGRESS).