Guide to information on the European Union structural funds

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SeriesEIA information guides -- no.6
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European Structural and Investment Funds Additional tools Five main Funds work together to support economic development across all EU countries, in line with the objectives of the Europe strategy: European Union Solidarity Fund.

The European Union Solidarity Fund (EUSF) provides assistance in case of major natural disasters.

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This pioneering book provides the first systematic and critical examination of the role of the EU Structural Funds in European integration. This issue is important because substantial sums of money are involved that are not being used effectively or efficiently. The book raises topical issues following the challenges posed by the introduction of the Euro and the planned admission of several.

Funding from the European Union A guide to information sources on funding opportunities from the EU Policy, the Structural Funds and the Cohesion Fund (see Press Release SPEECH/05/). The European Commission's DGs for Development and for External Relations, together.

The European Union has engaged in action against poverty since the s and the objective of combating exclusion is now part of the treaties. The Lisbon strategy, adopted ingave significant commitments to the reinforcement of the goal of social inclusion.

The reformed Structural Funds, about to enter their fourth. A new European Union seven year budget period started in ; in total, the period will be implemented for ten years – until the end of Over that period, in total, billion euros will be channelled to Estonia from the EU Structural Funds; the administrative area of the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications will be.

European Structural and Investment Funds European Structural and Investment Funds (ESIF) provide EU Member States with financial assistance to deliver the EU strategy of Smart, Sustainable and Inclusive Growth, increasing economic activity and employment across the EU.

Smart - developing an economy based on knowledge and innovation. Sustainable - promoting a resource efficient.

In budget period, in total, billion euros will be channelled to Estonia from the EU Structural Funds; the administrative area of the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications will be responsible for the use of billion euros, spent on transport, information society, economic development and energy sectors.

Over 76% of the EU budget is managed in partnership with national and regional authorities through a system of "shared management", largely through 5 big funds - the Structural & Investment Funds.

Collectively, these help to implement the Europe strategy. European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) – regional and urban development. European Union – Interinstitutional Style Guide – Uniform stylistic rules and conventions (publishing, copyright, manuscripts, proofreading, States/countries, languages, currencies, punctuation, upper case and lower case, abbreviations, acronyms).

European funds are well known for having a high level of technical content, and the guide endeav- ours to explain the most relevant aspects to provide a global picture of how funds are designed and the interaction trade unionists can have at European, national and regional level with the European.

The European Social Fund (ESF) had been established infollowed by the ERDF in and subsequently the idea of structural funding grew immensely. With the accession of poorer countries – Greece, Spain and Portugal – in the s, regional funding became a key means of bringing these countries’ wealth up to the European average.

The Structural Funds and the Cohesion Fund are financial tools set up to implement the regional policy of the European aim to reduce regional disparities in income, wealth and opportunities. Europe's poorer regions receive most of the support, but all European regions are eligible for funding under the policy's various funds and programmes.

Get this from a library. The E.U. structural funds. [Andrew Evans, (Writer on the European Union)] -- "The EU Structural Funds is a pioneering book that provides the first systematic and critical examination of the role of the EU Structural Funds and other financial instruments in European.

European Structural and Investment Funds. STUDY. Abstract. This research paper provides an informative overview of the state of play of the financial implementation of European Structural and Investment Funds (ESIF), with an assessment of the reasons for the state of implementation and the implications.

The report is based on desk-review. The Eurofunding database is an information service provided by Welcomeurope. You will find here all the Grants from the European Commission. All type of organizations from public to non profit as well as well private companies and sectors are eligible throughout Europe and worldwide.

ESI Funds constitute one of the EU’s most important policies and areas of expenditure. Deloitte works closely with EU institutions, Member States’ national authorities and fund beneficiaries in order to ensure the proper and efficient use of Structural Funds to deliver real improvements for citizens.

European Structural Funds: A smart, sustainable and inclusive Scotland in Europe An overview of the programmes and an introduction to the programmes with case studies from both the European Social Fund and European Regional Development Fund.

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Structural Funds (SF) are the European Union's basic instruments for supporting social and economic development in EU member states. They account for over a third of the European Union budget. They are the result of the EU's regional policy which is based on financial solidarity where part of Member States contributions to the EU budget goes to.

ESF European Social Fund One of the 5 European Structural and Investment Funds. The European Social Fund invests in people, with a focus on improving employment and education opportunities across the European Union.

It also aims to improve the situation of the most vulnerable people at risk of poverty. ESIF European Structural and Investment Funds. EU funding is a valuable alternative to traditional methods of financing. Promoting innovation, sustainable development and creating opportunities for small and medium sized businesses, European structural funds such as European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), European Social Fund or Cohesion Fund (CF) improve chances for regional growth and create incentives for new employment and social.

The introductory part of the guide briefly summarises the history of drawing from the EU Funds in the Czech Republic. Subsequently, the guide presents the basic rules for drawing from the European Structural and Invest-ment Funds (ESI Funds) for the programming period – and the umbrella strategic document Partner.

Structural Funds The main Community Funds covered by this bibliographical guide to the annual reports available on the Archive of European Integration are: the European Social Fund (ESF), created by the Treaty of Rome in to support vocational training, retraining of workers and, more recently, recruitment of young people.

Sets out how we will use EU Structural Funds programmes to in Wales. Sets out how we will use EU Structural Funds programmes to in Wales.

European Social Fund (ESF) priority 5 public services reform and regional working. 19 April Policy and strategy. West Wales and the Valleys: intervention logic summary tables.

This is why the European Structural and Investment Funds (ESI Funds) were set up, now accounting for the EU’s second- largest budget item. The ESI Funds help to strengthen the Union’s economic, social and territorial cohesion and they foster growth and employment.

Across Europe, for. Strengthening social, economic and territorial cohesion is a central objective of the European Union (EU) and the Structural Funds reflect the main financial effort of the EU to pursue this goal.

So far we have gone through four programming periods; to what extent the EU Funds have become more effective in promoting growth and reducing the. of the European Union, a policy that has as objective the eradication of the social, economic and territorial disparities in Romania and in the European Union.

The funds offered to Romania to reach this objective are, generally, structural and investment funds, that were generically called European funds. David Bell is a professor of economics at Stirling University and chairs the Scottish Government Steering Group on the replacement for European Structural Funds A.

Information on the amount of money and grant committed or spent of the European structural funds to EU Structural Funds programme to performance indicators Guidance for project managers when setting project outcomes.

This publication is a guide to the European Union (EU) and what it does. The first section explains in brief what the EU is.

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The second section, ‘What the European Union does’, describes what the EU is doing in 35 different areas to improve the lives of people in Europe and further afield. guide European structural and investment funds locally.

The relationship between Strategic Priorities and Thematic Objectives The table below shows which of the Thematic Objective features in each of the YNYER [s five Strategic Programmes. A key. You may find additional information here. The Social Investment Package, published in Februaryincluded a Staff Working Document on Social investment through the European Social Fund giving some indications on the way the Commission intends to use Structural Funds to .ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title: Managing the EU structural funds in Ireland.

Spine title: EU funds. Description.European Social Fund, the Cohesion Fund and the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund and repealing Council Regulation (EC) No /, OJ L, p.

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