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EU cohesion policy: Commission adopts €6.4 billion Partnership Agreement with Lithuania for 2021-2027
The European Commission adopted its Partnership Agreement with Lithuania, laying down Lithuania’s investment strategy worth €6.4 billion in cohesion policy funding for the period 2021-2027. The cohesion policy funds will continue to support Lithuania’s regions in promoting economic, social and territorial cohesion, supporting key EU priorities such as the green and digital transition. The funds will also contribute to the country’s competitive, innovative and sustainable growth.
Euronews: could Erasmus-style work placements help solve youth unemployment?
In its latest episode of the Euronews Real Economy magazine focuses on what the European Union does to help young people to find jobs and training, especially those from disadvantaged backgrounds but also young refugees from Ukraine.
FEAD project in Greece empowers children through team sports
The project "Children’s Acquaintance with Sports", financed by the Fund for European Aid to the Most Deprived, aims at fostering positive attitudes towards physical activity, help eliminate the negative impacts of poverty, and facilitate social inclusion among children from deprived families. Teaching children the benefits of physical activity and promoting an active lifestyle can actually act as a catalyst for shifts towards healthier ways of living within the most deprived families.
EU cohesion policy: Commission adopts €20 billion Partnership Agreement with Germany for 2021-2027
The European Commission adopted its Partnership Agreement with Germany, laying down Germany’s investment strategy for more than €20 billion in cohesion funding for the period 2021-2027 to support German regions in promoting economic, social and territorial cohesion in line with key EU priorities such as the green and digital transition. The funds will help the workforce and businesses in growing more resilient by supporting investments in upskilling and reskilling to create a climate-neutral, more digital and inclusive society.
Employment and Social Developments in Europe Quarterly Review looks into factors behind the gender pay gap among young people
The Commission has published the latest edition of the Employment and Social Developments in Europe (ESDE) Quarterly Review, with a specific thematic focus on the gender pay gap among young workers, on occasion of the 2022 European Year of Youth.
A chance for Roma people to follow their dreams
The Public Institution Roma Community Centre helps Roma facing discrimination, social exclusion and other challenges to find the strength to start a career.
New European Social Policy Network report published: Access to social protection for young people
According to the report findings, the main gaps in accessing benefits relate to age and activity status.
Ukraine: final adoption of CARE
The Council today adopted legislative amendments making it possible for member states to redirect resources from cohesion policy funds and the Fund for European Aid for the Most Deprived (FEAD) to assist the refugees escaping the Russian military aggression against Ukraine.
Father helps boost opportunities for individuals with special needs
Niels Groeneweg is the father of four sons. Two have autism. They can require a lot of attention, and at one point Niels found himself struggling to balance his work with the needs of his family. As a result, he began to look for options that would better fit in around his sons’ needs.
Commissioner Schmit visits ESF-funded projects in Romania supporting refugees from Ukraine
European Commissioner for Jobs and Social Rights, Nicolas Schmit has visited a Concordia Vocational School, co-funded by the European Social Fund (ESF). A humanitarian non-Governmental Organisation (NGO), Concordia has 30 years of history supporting children, young people and families in need to move toward a more independent life, and is currently supporting refugees fleeing from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.