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Migration to the European Union from third countries has been substantial over the past few decades, as Europe has historically been considered a continent of relative economic prosperity and political stability. While many foreign-born individuals arrive in the European Union (EU) to work, pursue studies or join family members, the EU also experienced a peak of irregular arrivals beginning in 2014 and only starting to subside in 2016. Those large migratory flows included a substantial number of ...

Despite significant progress for some social groups in the area of work-life balance, there has been a general trend of decline since 2011, and progress amongst Member States has been uneven. This proposed directive (complemented with non-legislative measures) should lead to the repeal of the existing Framework Agreement on Parental Leave, made binding by Council Directive 2010/18/EU (the Parental Leave Directive). The new directive contains proposals for paternity, parental and carers' leave. Stakeholders ...

The present note aims to assess how changes introduced in 2013 have (not) improved beneficiaries’ experience in the implementation of the ESF across EU Member States. The results from the desk research, interviews and an online survey show that administrative burdens continue to be an important challenge, notwithstanding the measures adopted for simplification and to support access and participation in ESF interventions. The note identifies possible problem areas as well a list of recommendations ...

Returning more and more migrants with irregular status to their countries of origin has become a key European Union aim in efforts to reduce chaotic and dangerous migration flows. Despite its high political priority, reiterated in European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker's 2017 State of the Union address, the effective implementation of this objective is problematic, mainly due to resistance at the individual level, but also from the countries of origin. The 2016 partnership framework with ...

Europäischer Sozialfonds

Kurzdarstellungen zur EU 01-06-2017

Der Europäische Sozialfonds (ESF) wurde nach dem Vertrag von Rom mit dem Ziel geschaffen, Mobilität und Beschäftigungsmöglichkeiten von Arbeitnehmern im Gemeinsamen Markt zu verbessern. Seine Aufgaben und Durchführungsbestimmungen wurden in der Folge geändert, um die wirtschaftlichen und beschäftigungspolitischen Entwicklungen in den Mitgliedstaaten sowie die auf EU-Ebene weiterentwickelten politischen Prioritäten widerzuspiegeln.


Kurzdarstellungen zur EU 01-06-2017

Die Schaffung von mehr und besseren Arbeitsplätzen zählt zu den wichtigsten Zielen der Strategie „Europa 2020“. Die Europäische Beschäftigungsstrategie (EBS) mit ihren beschäftigungspolitischen Leitlinien und Förderprogrammen, beispielsweise dem Programm für Beschäftigung und soziale Innovation (EaSI), wurde mit dem Ziel ausgearbeitet, Wachstum und Beschäftigung, Mobilität der Arbeitskräfte und den sozialen Fortschritt zu fördern.

This note provides an overview of the design, outputs and first outcomes of the Youth Employment Initiative. It analyses its strengths and weaknesses concluding with a number of recommendations to increase accessibility and effectiveness.

This note provides an overview of the overall state of implementation of the Youth Guarantee and analyses selected results, such as coverage and the take-up of offers by young people. It discusses issues of service delivery and the quality of offers under Youth Gurantee schemes with a view to stakeholder positions.

This Workshop report provides analysis on the Youth Guarantee, a policy initiative, and the Youth Employment Initiative, a funding instrument to fight youth unemployment. Country examples include Slovenia and Spain. The report presents key points from the discussion with Committee Members. such as achievements, sustainability, expectations towards the Committee Members.

This document was prepared by Policy Department A for the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs to feed into its own-initiative report on “Minimum income policies as a tool to tackle poverty”. It is an update of the previous two studies published in 2007 and in 2011. It provides updated facts and figures on minimum schemes across EU Member States since 2010, an overview of the evolution of poverty and social exclusion and a summary of recent debates across Europe.