Open Public Consultation for the Mid-term Evaluation of the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF)
Employment, Social Affairs, Youth
All citizens and organisations are welcome to contribute. However, contributions are particularly sought from stakeholders and participants/beneficiaries directly involved in the EGF during the 2014-2020 period, especially: - Stakeholders involved with the design and delivery of the EGF support - Stakeholders involved in addressing wider questions of company, industrial and regional restructuring - Participants in EGF support measures.
|Period of consultation||from : 18/05/2016 To : 18/09/2016|
|Objective of the consultation||
This public consultation is designed to support the Mid-term Evaluation of the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund, under article 20 of the new Regulation on EGF (1309/2013) adopted in December 2013. The mid-term evaluation covers the activities of the EGF during the period 2014-2015. The evaluation is gathering the views of stakeholders and beneficiaries to the broadest scope.The Open Public Consultation has therefore a dual role. It will not only help to assess the effectiveness, efficiency, sustainability and other aspects of the cases being analysed, but also to shape the future of the EGF. It is expected that open public consultation will provide valuable input to the future development of the fund.
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Responsible service : DG Employment, Social Affairs and inclusion, unit F2: EGF, Shared Management
E-mail : EMPL-EGF-EVALUATION@ec.europa.eu
Postal address :Unit F2: EGF, Shared Management DG Employment, Social Affairs & Inclusion European Commission, Rue Joseph II, 27 – 00/120, B-1049 BRUXELLES
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