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Mid-term revision of the 2014-2020 Multiannual Financial Framework

29-03-2017

Agreed in 2013, the current Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF) sets the structure of EU spending until 2020. Based on the mid-term review of the MFF, the Commission proposal to revise the MFF Regulation aims at enhancing the EU's budgetary capacity to address new priorities and unexpected events. Parliament, which has long pushed for MFF revision, is expected to decide during April I plenary whether to approve or reject the compromise reached by the Council in March 2017.

Agreed in 2013, the current Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF) sets the structure of EU spending until 2020. Based on the mid-term review of the MFF, the Commission proposal to revise the MFF Regulation aims at enhancing the EU's budgetary capacity to address new priorities and unexpected events. Parliament, which has long pushed for MFF revision, is expected to decide during April I plenary whether to approve or reject the compromise reached by the Council in March 2017.

Public expectations and EU policies - The fight against unemployment

30-06-2016

Fighting unemployment is an important part of the Europe 2020 Strategy. The European Commission set a target of 75% of 20 to 64 year-olds being employed by 2020. Policies and programmes aimed at fighting unemployment follow various paths: reducing taxes on labour, supporting start-ups, encouraging labour mobility, tackling poverty and social exclusion, improving working conditions and investing in education, vocational training and lifelong learning. More recent initiatives seek to make better use ...

Fighting unemployment is an important part of the Europe 2020 Strategy. The European Commission set a target of 75% of 20 to 64 year-olds being employed by 2020. Policies and programmes aimed at fighting unemployment follow various paths: reducing taxes on labour, supporting start-ups, encouraging labour mobility, tackling poverty and social exclusion, improving working conditions and investing in education, vocational training and lifelong learning. More recent initiatives seek to make better use of available skills and enable rapid recognition of qualifications, but also to assess individual needs. Despite all the initiatives, EU citizens still expect more EU intervention in the fight against unemployment or expect to see results from the initiatives that have already started.

Key policy challenges for the EU in 2017

15-06-2016

The European Union has had no shortage of challenges in recent years. Huge efforts have been made to overcome them, thus avoiding the catastrophes predicted by the more pessimistic observers. Yet there is no room for complacency, with much remaining to be done. Serious issues persist, and in a period of rapid economic, social and global changes, it is essential that the EU prepares well for new challenges and new disruptions in the future. A few months before the European Commission arrives at the ...

The European Union has had no shortage of challenges in recent years. Huge efforts have been made to overcome them, thus avoiding the catastrophes predicted by the more pessimistic observers. Yet there is no room for complacency, with much remaining to be done. Serious issues persist, and in a period of rapid economic, social and global changes, it is essential that the EU prepares well for new challenges and new disruptions in the future. A few months before the European Commission arrives at the mid-term of its present mandate, and presents its new annual work programme, it is appropriate to seek a broader overview. Are the existing priorities and measures still valid, or should they be supplemented by additional ones? Where are new challenges likely to emerge? And how can we identify new trends quickly enough to prepare appropriate responses? A number of major policy challenges can be identified for 2017 and beyond, in five areas: 1) security, 2) migration and cohesion, 3) competitiveness and jobs, 4) citizens' participation and democratic accountability, and 5) the role of the EU budget in underpinning the resultant tasks. As the European Commission prepares its work programme for 2017, this publication aims to identify key policy challenges facing the Union. It is a natural next step, following on from the recent EPRS paper on the state of play of the Commission's ten policy priorities, published in May 2016.

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.

Revision of the Multiannual Financial Framework (Article 19, MFF Regulation): Transfer of unused allocations for 2014

17-07-2015

Second Edition - July 2015. As a consequence of the late agreement on the overall 2014-20 Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF), the various legal acts setting out the provisions for implementing the funds throughout that period were adopted much later than planned. As a result, the funds allocated for 2014, amounting to some €21 billion – equivalent to almost 15% of the 2014 budget, were not able to be used that year, and this revision of the MFF is intended to ensure that the programmes can be ...

Second Edition - July 2015. As a consequence of the late agreement on the overall 2014-20 Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF), the various legal acts setting out the provisions for implementing the funds throughout that period were adopted much later than planned. As a result, the funds allocated for 2014, amounting to some €21 billion – equivalent to almost 15% of the 2014 budget, were not able to be used that year, and this revision of the MFF is intended to ensure that the programmes can be fully implemented in 2015 and beyond. The legal instruments concerned are the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), the European Social Fund (ESF), the Cohesion Fund (CF), the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD); the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF), the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF) and the Internal Security Fund (ISF). The revision of the MFF and the adoption of Draft Amending Budget No 2 are a necessary condition for re-programming. This briefing updates an earlier edition, of 23 March 2015: PE 551.345.

Amending Budget No 2 to the 2015 EU budget

21-04-2015

Draft amending budget No 2 to the general budget 2015 accompanies the revision of the Multiannual Financial Framework for the years 2014-2020 (MFF) under Article 19 of Council Regulation No 1311/2013 (the MFF Regulation). The Parliament voted to consent to this revision on 15 April. As a consequence of the late agreement on the 2014-2020 Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF), the various legal acts setting out the provisions for implementing the funds were adopted much later than planned, resulting ...

Draft amending budget No 2 to the general budget 2015 accompanies the revision of the Multiannual Financial Framework for the years 2014-2020 (MFF) under Article 19 of Council Regulation No 1311/2013 (the MFF Regulation). The Parliament voted to consent to this revision on 15 April. As a consequence of the late agreement on the 2014-2020 Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF), the various legal acts setting out the provisions for implementing the funds were adopted much later than planned, resulting in a delay in programming. The revision of the MFF and the adoption of Draft Amending Budget No 2 are necessary steps to fully implement the programmes under shared management, for which the 2014 allocation has not been used. All 28 Member States are concerned.

Revision of the Multiannual Financial Framework (Article 19, MFF Regulation)

10-04-2015

As a consequence of the late agreement on the 2014-20 Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF), the various legal acts setting out the provisions for implementing the funds were adopted much later than planned, resulting in a delay in programming. The revision of the MFF and the adoption of Draft Amending Budget No 2 are necessary steps to fully implement the programmes for which the 2014 allocation has not been used. The corresponding commitments, related to over 300 operational programmes (47% of ...

As a consequence of the late agreement on the 2014-20 Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF), the various legal acts setting out the provisions for implementing the funds were adopted much later than planned, resulting in a delay in programming. The revision of the MFF and the adoption of Draft Amending Budget No 2 are necessary steps to fully implement the programmes for which the 2014 allocation has not been used. The corresponding commitments, related to over 300 operational programmes (47% of all OPs), should accordingly be re-programmed for subsequent years. All 28 Member States are concerned.

Revision of the Multiannual Financial Framework (Article 19, MFF Regulation)

23-03-2015

As a consequence of the late agreement on the overall 2014-20 Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF), the various legal acts setting out the provisions for implementing the funds throughout that period were adopted much later than planned. As a result, the funds allocated for 2014, amounting to some €21 billion – equivalent to almost 15% of the 2014 budget, were not able to be used that year, and this revision of the MMF is intended to ensure that the programmes can be fully implemented in 2015. The ...

As a consequence of the late agreement on the overall 2014-20 Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF), the various legal acts setting out the provisions for implementing the funds throughout that period were adopted much later than planned. As a result, the funds allocated for 2014, amounting to some €21 billion – equivalent to almost 15% of the 2014 budget, were not able to be used that year, and this revision of the MMF is intended to ensure that the programmes can be fully implemented in 2015. The legal instruments concerned are the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), the European Social Fund (ESF), the Cohesion Fund (CF), the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD); the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF), the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF) and the Internal Security Fund (ISF). The revision of the MFF and the adoption of Draft Amending Budget No 2 are a necessary condition for re-programming these 2014 commitments to subsequent years. A more recent edition of this document is available. Find it by searching by the document title at this address: http://www.europarl.europa.eu/thinktank/en/home.html

The First CAP Reform under the Ordinary Legislative Procedure: A Political Economy Perspective

15-12-2014

This study evaluates how the most recent CAP reform was affected by the enhanced role of the EP; assesses the extent to which maximum influence was exercised by the EP negotiators and provides insights to assist the EP in its approach to future reform negotiations.

This study evaluates how the most recent CAP reform was affected by the enhanced role of the EP; assesses the extent to which maximum influence was exercised by the EP negotiators and provides insights to assist the EP in its approach to future reform negotiations.

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Louise Knops and Johan Swinnen (Centre for European Policy Studies - CEPS) With contributions from Alan Matthews, Alan Swinbank, Alessandro Olper, Attila Kovacs, Christilla Roederer-Rynning, Imre Ferto, Kaley Hart and Maria Garrone

Croatia's EU accession negotiations

28-02-2011

Croatia is currently negotiating the six final chapters for EU accession. The country hopes to close them by mid-2011 and become the 28th EU Member State in 2012.

Croatia is currently negotiating the six final chapters for EU accession. The country hopes to close them by mid-2011 and become the 28th EU Member State in 2012.

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