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Majanduslik, sotsiaalne ja territoriaalne ühtekuuluvus

01-11-2017

Euroopa Liit tugevdab üldise harmoonilise arengu tagamiseks oma majanduslikku, sotsiaalset ja territoriaalset ühtekuuluvust. Eelkõige on ELi eesmärgiks vähendada eri piirkondade arengutasemete vahelist ebavõrdsust. Erilist tähelepanu pööratakse maapiirkondadele, tööstuslikust üleminekust mõjutatud piirkondadele ja aladele, kus valitsevad rasked ja püsivad ebasoodsad looduslikud või demograafilised tingimused, näiteks väga väikese rahvastikutihedusega põhjapoolseimatele piirkondadele, saartele, piiriülestele ...

Euroopa Liit tugevdab üldise harmoonilise arengu tagamiseks oma majanduslikku, sotsiaalset ja territoriaalset ühtekuuluvust. Eelkõige on ELi eesmärgiks vähendada eri piirkondade arengutasemete vahelist ebavõrdsust. Erilist tähelepanu pööratakse maapiirkondadele, tööstuslikust üleminekust mõjutatud piirkondadele ja aladele, kus valitsevad rasked ja püsivad ebasoodsad looduslikud või demograafilised tingimused, näiteks väga väikese rahvastikutihedusega põhjapoolseimatele piirkondadele, saartele, piiriülestele piirkondadele ja mäestikualadele.

Regionaalabi

01-11-2017

Regionaalabi eesmärk on toetada majanduse arengut ja töökohtade loomist Euroopa kõige ebasoodsamas olukorras olevates piirkondades.

Regionaalabi eesmärk on toetada majanduse arengut ja töökohtade loomist Euroopa kõige ebasoodsamas olukorras olevates piirkondades.

Implementation of EFSI 1.0

07-06-2017

The European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI) Regulation entered into force on 4 July 2015, aimed at providing the legal framework and budgetary allocations for the first two of the three strands of the Investment Plan for Europe. These are: (1) the mobilisation of at least €315 billion in additional investment over the coming three years (2015-2018); and (2) targeted initiatives to ensure that this extra investment meets the needs of the real economy. The Committee on Budgets (BUDG) and the ...

The European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI) Regulation entered into force on 4 July 2015, aimed at providing the legal framework and budgetary allocations for the first two of the three strands of the Investment Plan for Europe. These are: (1) the mobilisation of at least €315 billion in additional investment over the coming three years (2015-2018); and (2) targeted initiatives to ensure that this extra investment meets the needs of the real economy. The Committee on Budgets (BUDG) and the Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs (ECON) have jointly drafted a report on the implementation of EFSI, with a vote scheduled in plenary in June 2017.

Euroopa Sotsiaalfond

01-06-2017

Euroopa Sotsiaalfond (ESF) loodi Rooma lepinguga, et soodustada töötajate liikuvust ja tööhõivevõimalusi ühisturul. Sotsiaalfondi ülesandeid ja toimimisreegleid on hiljem muudetud, et võtta arvesse muutusi liikmesriikide majanduses ja tööhõives ning ELi tasandil määratud poliitiliste prioriteetide muutumist.

Euroopa Sotsiaalfond (ESF) loodi Rooma lepinguga, et soodustada töötajate liikuvust ja tööhõivevõimalusi ühisturul. Sotsiaalfondi ülesandeid ja toimimisreegleid on hiljem muudetud, et võtta arvesse muutusi liikmesriikide majanduses ja tööhõives ning ELi tasandil määratud poliitiliste prioriteetide muutumist.

The European Fund for Strategic Investments as a New Type of Budgetary Instrument

18-01-2017

This paper provides an overview of the European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI) as a budgetary instrument. A preliminary analysis of the quantitative impact of the first year and a half of activity is complemented by an outline of the corollary policies that can determine the success of EFSI.

This paper provides an overview of the European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI) as a budgetary instrument. A preliminary analysis of the quantitative impact of the first year and a half of activity is complemented by an outline of the corollary policies that can determine the success of EFSI.

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Dr David Rinaldi, Dr Jorge Núñez Ferrer, Mr Arndt Hassel, Ms Eleanor Drabik, Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS)

Counter-terrorist sanctions regimes: Legal framework and challenges at UN and EU levels

20-10-2016

Targeted sanctions against individuals and entities suspected of supporting terrorism are an important part of the United Nations Security Council's counter-terrorism programme. Under the main counter-terrorist sanctions regimes created under Chapter VII of the United Nations (UN) Charter, UN member states are obliged to impose an asset freeze, travel ban and arms embargo on persons and entities designated by the United National Security Council (UNSC), and also to take all necessary domestic measures ...

Targeted sanctions against individuals and entities suspected of supporting terrorism are an important part of the United Nations Security Council's counter-terrorism programme. Under the main counter-terrorist sanctions regimes created under Chapter VII of the United Nations (UN) Charter, UN member states are obliged to impose an asset freeze, travel ban and arms embargo on persons and entities designated by the United National Security Council (UNSC), and also to take all necessary domestic measures to criminalise support of terrorism and to establish their own sanctions systems. The European Union (EU) implements all UN Security Council-imposed sanctions and has also instituted its own autonomous counter-terrorist restrictive measures regime. However, both the UN and EU sanctions regimes have been severely criticised for infringing key fundamental rights, including due process rights. Legal challenges before national and regional courts prompted a series of procedural reforms, but critics still consider the regimes to fall short of accepted standards. The EU Court of Justice (CJEU) has been the leading jurisdiction to perform reviews of counter-terrorist sanctions, but the secrecy surrounding listings has impeded review of cases on the merits. Nevertheless, the CJEU has repeatedly annulled restrictive measures on procedural grounds, and in the process, affirmed the autonomy of the EU legal order. It is argued that, until the UNSC allows for judicial review, counter-terrorist sanctions will continue to be contested both in court and in the political arena.

Research for REGI Committee - Maximisation of Synergies between European Structural and Investment Funds and Other EU Instruments to Attain Europe 2020 Goals

15-06-2016

This study provides a comprehensive and systematic analysis of the existing scope for synergies between ESIF and other EU instruments contributing to Europe 2020 goals. It identifies different arenas for the pursuit of synergies (regulatory settings, governance arrangements, strategic frameworks and implementation approaches), noting achievement thus far, and, looking towards 2020, assessing the potential for maximising synergies.

This study provides a comprehensive and systematic analysis of the existing scope for synergies between ESIF and other EU instruments contributing to Europe 2020 goals. It identifies different arenas for the pursuit of synergies (regulatory settings, governance arrangements, strategic frameworks and implementation approaches), noting achievement thus far, and, looking towards 2020, assessing the potential for maximising synergies.

Parlamendiväline autor

Martin Ferry, Stefan Kah and John Bachtler

Research for REGI Committee - Mid-Term Review of the MFF and Cohesion Policy

15-04-2016

This document analyses the following topics: - MFF Review/revision, adjustment of cohesion policy envelopes; - Scope of the MFF Review/Revision - according to Commission sources; - Main policy objectives of the MFF review with relevance for cohesion policy; - Post 2020 MFF: its duration and strategic alignment to Union objectives.

This document analyses the following topics: - MFF Review/revision, adjustment of cohesion policy envelopes; - Scope of the MFF Review/Revision - according to Commission sources; - Main policy objectives of the MFF review with relevance for cohesion policy; - Post 2020 MFF: its duration and strategic alignment to Union objectives.

New Financial Instruments and the Role of National Promotional Banks

15-04-2016

This Paper examines the role played by National Promotional Banks and Regional Promotional Banks in implementing EU SME financial instruments across EU-28, to examine how far they are already involved in implementing these instruments and in what capacity they help to strengthen access to finance for SMEs. The focus is on instruments implemented under shared management, as well as on those implemented under direct management by the European Commission and indirect management by the EIB and the EIF ...

This Paper examines the role played by National Promotional Banks and Regional Promotional Banks in implementing EU SME financial instruments across EU-28, to examine how far they are already involved in implementing these instruments and in what capacity they help to strengthen access to finance for SMEs. The focus is on instruments implemented under shared management, as well as on those implemented under direct management by the European Commission and indirect management by the EIB and the EIF on behalf of the EC.

Parlamendiväline autor

Mark Whittle, Jack Malan and Danilo Bianchini (Centre for Strategy & Evaluation Services LLP - CSES)

Research for REGI Committee - E-Cohesion

15-04-2016

E-Cohesion requirements as outlined in Article 122(3) of the draft Common Provisions Regulation for the 2014-2020 European Structural and Investment Funds programme period aim at reducing the administrative burden for beneficiaries of Cohesion Policy. This study looks at the e-Cohesion options presented in the Partnership Agreements and the state of play of their implementation. Most Member States developed functioning IT systems in the previous programming period and these are now being further ...

E-Cohesion requirements as outlined in Article 122(3) of the draft Common Provisions Regulation for the 2014-2020 European Structural and Investment Funds programme period aim at reducing the administrative burden for beneficiaries of Cohesion Policy. This study looks at the e-Cohesion options presented in the Partnership Agreements and the state of play of their implementation. Most Member States developed functioning IT systems in the previous programming period and these are now being further developed and adapted to improve interoperability and to be fully compatible with the System for Fund Management (SFC).

Parlamendiväline autor

Jürgen Pucher, Isabel Naylon, Herta Tödtling-Schönhofer (Metis GmbH)

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