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One day after the adoption of the EU's Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF) 2014-2020, the European Parliament has today adopted the regulation on the European Social Fund (ESF) as well as the Common Provision Regulation for all European Structural and Investment Funds.
Today the European Parliament voted in favour of the EU's Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF) for the years 2014 to 2020.
Now is the time for Member States to put in place the structural reforms and infrastructure to make the Youth Guarantee a reality as soon as possible.
The European Commission has published a memo with details on the EU measures taken so far to tackle youth unemployment.
The European Commission has today approved Croatia’s investment plan to use EU cohesion policy funds worth €449.4m allocated to the country when it joined the EU on 1st July 2013.
The Commission has issued a background paper on the role of cohesion policy in supporting employment and growth.
Measures to help crisis-hit countries to use much needed EU funds have been proposed today by the European Commission. The measures would help these Member States to tackle youth unemployment, to support small and medium sized business and to pay for key infrastructure projects.
The European Commission has presented an overview of how EU structural funds are working in Member States.
A new evaluation report shows the significant role the ESF has in funding lifelong learning initiatives across the EU. The report looks at the impact of these activities for young people, older workers and low-skilled persons.
A new report for the European Commission assesses how the European Social Fund (ESF) has helped Member States deal with the crisis. The report shows that ESF Operational Programmes were responsive and benefited from simplifications put in place in 2009.