5 edition of Community Structural Funds 1994/99 found in the catalog.
|Statement||European Communities / Union (EUR-OP/OOPEC/OPOCE)|
|Publishers||European Communities / Union (EUR-OP/OOPEC/OPOCE)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 76 p. :|
|Number of Pages||81|
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A unifying concern is funding environment — before I come on to talk about policy issues, important to understand where the sector currently gets its money from…• As has been stated ' Various elements of this stage of European Social Policy have drawn mostly unfavourable critiques'and ' Regional Policy measures do not seem to affect the spatial distribution of economic activities in a big way'.
As with other structurally funded projects, there was Community Structural Funds 1994/99 too little interaction between the European level dispensation of the funds, and the regional level implementation. The European Social Fund ESF [ ] The focuses on four key areas: increasing the adaptability of workers and enterprises, enhancing access to employment and participation in the labour market, reinforcing social inclusion by combating discrimination and facilitating access to the labour market for disadvantaged people, and promoting partnership for reform in the fields of employment and inclusion.
Structural Funds : Success Or Failure? State Aid Any money given out by public bodies may constitute state aid. Flexible programme that encourages innovative practices to support a wide range of employment focused activity• Article 19 Common Provision Regulation EU No.
Indian Ocean, Caribbean Area or Northern Periphery. European Territorial Cooperation is a component of the economic policy framework of the Union.
The Community instigated the funding as it became apparent in the 1960's that the completed Customs Union was prohibiting member states from protecting their regions, and labour was beginning to migrate away from poorer areas, followed by capital migration.
Fair and just representation for all by standing up for our rights in the courts and in Congress• For more information see NCVO policy pages on Social Business.
Up to the early 1970's, the funding was very small scale and, as will be examined, was allocated in an inefficient way.
Encouraging innovation, entrepreneurship and the growth of the knowledge economy by supporting research and innovation capacities, including new information and communication technologies;• Currently, Woods Fund grantmaking is guided by the following six building blocks and will be used to review grant applications.
The official EU review cites a minimal co-ordination between instruments and actions as the main reason for the limitations of the IMP's.