The Commission welcomes the political agreement reached between the European Parliament and EU Member States in the Council on the Commission's proposal for a Regulation on the European Social Fund Plus (ESF+).
The latest episode of the Euronews Real Economy magazine focuses on Europe’s Green Deal and what that could mean for our jobs and the economy.
The report provides a summary of monitoring information reported by Member States in their European Social Fund 2018 Annual Implementation Reports submitted to the Commission in 2019.
Seminar on “Moving towards independent living and community-based care – EU funding instruments for children under protection”, 27 November 2019 in Budapest, Hungary
On the 17th June 2019, the European Commission and the ESF Transnational Platform hosted the Conference “Moving towards independent living and community-based care – EU funding instruments to support the development of community-based services.
Moving towards independent living and community-based care - EU funding instruments to support the development of community-based services for persons with disabilities: personal assistance and personal budgets
The seminar took place in Bucharest, Romania, 11 April 2019. It provided an opportunity to exchange information on practical examples on implementing the Common European Guidelines on the Transition from Institutional to Community based care, which is relevant for supporting adults and children with intellectual disabilities.
The Seminar on “Moving towards independent living and community-based care – EU funding instruments to support the development of community-based services for children without adequate parental care” took place on 14 March 2019.
Seminar on “Moving towards independent living and community-based care – EU funding instruments to support the development of community-based services for homeless people”, 6 December 2018 in Vienna, Austria
08/03/2018 – 09/03/2018 The two-day event, organised in Brussels by the European Commission and the European Investment Bank, will focus on topics related to social inclusion and social impact investing, innovative financing models addressing social challenges as well as the role of financial instruments co-funded by the European Social Fund as a possible ground for innovative financing.
The ESF Presidency Conference "Investing in people – the way forward" will take place on 15-16 February in Sofia.
The European Week will take place just ahead of the publication of the Cohesion Report and of the presentation of the EU multiannual financial framework 2020-2026. In this perspective, the event will be an ideal platform for gathering and presenting the views of the regions and cities on both the budget and the subsequent legislative proposals with regard to cohesion policy and rural development.
The 7th Cohesion Forum, which will take place on 26-27 June 2017 in Brussels, is a large scale political event held every three years, bringing together more than 700 people including high level representatives from European institutions, central governments, regional and local representatives, economic and social partners, NGOs and academics.
The 2017 Maltese Presidency of the Council of the European Union, with the support of the European Commission, organises a conference on the future of the European Social Fund. Th event takes place in San Lawrenz, Gozo, Malta on 23 and 24 March 2017.
The objective of this year's Annual JRC conference is to discuss with scientists and policy makers how Member States, regions and cities can harness the potential of their human capital under the current socio-economic and environmental challenges to make their territories more dynamic, creative and resilient to external shocks.
The 14th European Week of Regions and Cities will focus on the challenges currently facing Europe's regions and cities. Building on the implementation cycle of EU cohesion policy programmes, the event will be aligned with the political priorities of the European Commission's and the European Committee of the Regions for 2016 and with the interests of the partner regions and cities.
The conference will highlight the benefits of evidence based policy making. It will be a showcase for the best evaluations, a place to discuss good practices in evaluation planning, and an opportunity to broaden the range of people involved in the evaluation of Cohesion Policy.
This seminar has been especially designed for individuals working in the fields of education and training, economic growth, employment and the labour market at national, regional and local level.
EIPA, the European Institute of Public Administration, invites to this event, organised together with the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, winner of the 2015 European Public Sector Award.
EIPA, the European Institute of Public Administration, invites to this event, organised together with the Youth Protection Amsterdam Region, winner of the 2015 European Public Sector Award.
In teh workshop "Microfinance under the ESF 2014-2020", participants can expect to further their understanding of how microfinance can help in their efforts to deliver ESIF 2014-2020 objectives, in particular under the ESF.
The conference "Financial Instruments under the ESF 2014-2020" will conclude a series of regional fi-compass ESF seminars which began in the autumn of 2015. Participants can expect to further their understanding of how ESF financial instruments can help in their efforts to deliver ESIF 2014-2020 objectives.
The conference "EU Budget Focused on Results" offers a high-level discussion of key questions on the European budget policy agenda today. Leading figures in Europe's political landscape will join the international debate on performance budgeting and public budgets' contribution to policy results.
The ESF Learning Network TLN Mobility is organising an expert conference on “Coordinating transnational mobility for disadvantaged youth in Europe under the ESF 2014-2020: the results of TLN Mobility” on February 10, 2015 in Marseille.
This conference will offer Member States and Managing Authorities an opportunity to learn more about features, advantages and suitability of using financial instruments under all ESIF, namely ERDF, ESF, CF, EMFF and EAFRD in delivering 2014-2020 objectives.
The European Community of Practice on Gender Mainstreaming (GenderCoP) is organising a conference that will show how to meet the obligations regarding gender equality in the new ESF regulations as well as the objectives of the EU2020 strategy
On 27 November 2014, a one-day training for Managing Authorities and Intermediate Bodies on ESF financial instruments 2014-2020 and the ex-ante assessment methodology will take place in Brussels
On behalf of the ESF Transnational Learning Network 'TLN Mobility', the Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs in Germany organises a Learning Seminar to take place on 22 October in Berlin
The European Commission, in partnership with the European Economic and Social Committee and the City of Strasbourg, is organising a large European interactive event on social entrepreneurship and the social economy.
The Conference on anti-fraud and anti-corruption measures in relation to the use of European Structural and Investment Funds, took place on 3 December in Brussels. The event brought together more than 400 participants representing managing authorities, audit authorities, specialised anti-corruption bodies and civil society organisations from all EU Member States.
The aim of the conference is to introduce and discuss policy implemented and current practice in the field of youth employment.
An annual networking forum for everyone involved in employment and enterprise within the EU and beyond.
At the end of nearly five years of activities, the German Agency for Equality in the ESF organizes the conference "Gender equality in the ESF - European Concept and nationwide perspective" on 5 November 2013 in Berlin.
The ESF Conference on the ESF Contribution to Labour Market Activation took place in the Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Dublin 8, Ireland, on 28-29 May 2013.
The United Kingdom's Adult Learners' Week (ALW) is an annual week-long national campaign delivered each May which seeks to engage and inspire people to pursue adult learning – either to catch up on skills not learnt at school, to learn for or at work, or to learn for fun.
This conference will discuss how local and regional authorities can improve education and respond to the need for more flexible careers, contributing this way to Europe's growth strategy.
Adult Learners’ Week
Meeting of the network of the European funds information officers
The seminar on gender perspective in evaluation is organised by the Community of Practice on Gender Mainstreaming in ESF and the Valtava Development Program, Ministry of Employment and the Economy, Finland.
After a very successful edition in 2009, the European Institute of Public Administration (EIPA) will organise again the third European Public Sector Award – EPSA 2011. The EPSA 2011 will be awarded on the occasion of a final conference on leading-edge public administration solutions, to be held in Maastricht (NL) in November 2011, under the auspices of the Polish Presidency.
Investing in Europe's future: Regions and cities delivering smart, sustainable and inclusive growth
The conference aims to discuss the territorial dimension of the ESF and its implementation mechanisms, particularly in the context of achieving the objectives of the Europe 2020 Strategy.
EU funds contributing to Roma integration
The ESF Learning Network "Community of Practice for Inclusive Entrepreneurship" - COPIE 2 will hold a conference on "Kick-starting Economic Recovery - the Role of Entrepreneurship in the Structural Funds" on March 31 - April 01, 2011 in Berlin. The conference will take place at the Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften in Berlin-Mitte and is by invitation only.
"Social innovation for smart growth. Can lessons be learnt from current programmes in EU member states, enhancing Innovative Work Organisation?" - Seminar organised by the Netherlands National Centre of Social Innovation (NCSI).
The conference acknowledged past achievements of the ESF in supporting EU objectives, in particular the previous Growth and Jobs strategy and explored how the ESF could contribute in the most effective manner to the new Europe 2020 strategy.