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European Social Fund and its operation in Ireland

Brigid Laffan

European Social Fund and its operation in Ireland

by Brigid Laffan

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Published by Irish Council of European Movement in Dublin .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Ireland.
    • Subjects:
    • European Social Fund.,
    • European Economic Community -- Ireland.,
    • Occupational training -- Ireland.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Brigid Laffan.
      SeriesPaper ;, no. 6, Paper (European League for Economic Co-operation) ;, no. 6.
      ContributionsEuropean Movement. Irish Council.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD5715.5.I73 L34 1985
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 165 p. :
      Number of Pages165
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2627722M
      LC Control Number85197296

      European Commission - Press Release details page - Brussels, 22nd March Commission launches €Commission launches Michel Barnier, European Commissioner for Regional Policy, today signed a transitional "Objective 1" support Programme(1) for Northern Ireland in the presence of Ministers, representatives of the Managing Authority and social partners. European Social Fund Annual Reports. Set up by the Treaty of Rome, the European Social Fund (ESF) is the oldest of the Structural Funds. During the transitional period (until ), it reimbursed the Member States half the cost of vocational training and resettlement allowances for workers affected by economic restructuring.

      History. The European Social Fund was created in the founding Treaty of Rome in It is the oldest of the Structural was established as a "remedial instrument" against the end of nationalist protectionism due to the advent of the European Economic Community.. As of , the main goal is to foster employment, reduce social exclusion and invest in skills. 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.

      9 Belgium, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom. The role of the European Social Fund in supporting the provision of childcare in the European Union 5 Figure 1: EU Member States which have reached the Barcelona Targets,   Projects funded by the Northern Ireland European Social Fund (ESF) have equip people with the skills and experience to thrive in the workplace and in wider society, while those supported by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) have boosted the local economy by increasing employment and productivity.


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European Social Fund and its operation in Ireland by Brigid Laffan Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Laffan, Brigid. European Social Fund and its operation in Ireland. Dublin: Irish Council of European Movement, []. The European Social Fund is the European Union’s main financial instrument for helping people seeking employment through investment in education, skills and employment support.

Learn more about the ESF in Ireland. The role of European Social Fund (ESF) Policy and Operations Unit is to oversee all matters relating to the ESF in Ireland and to represent Ireland's position at European level.

Specifically, it is responsible for the programme development, the on-going monitoring and implementation of programmes and the sound and efficient financial management. The European Social Fund. Each year the ESF helps millions of Europeans improve their lives by learning new skills and finding better jobs.

Learn about the ESF: what it. Duringthe ESF and European Regional Development Fund are investing around € billion across the UK.

The ESF share of € billion is funding six operational programmes in Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland, England and Gibraltar, and includes € million for the Youth Employment Initiative (YEI).

Bridging the job gap. The Department of Education and Skills is the designated authority in Ireland for policy and operational matters related to the ESF. The Department's ESF Policy and Operations Unit oversees all matters relating to the ESF in Ireland and represents Ireland's position at a European.

Where an operation receives funding under an operational programme co-financed by the ESF and, in appropriate cases, where an operation receives funding under the ERDF or the Cohesion Fund, the beneficiary shall ensure that those taking part in the operation have been informed of that funding.

"European Social Fund"; a statement chosen by. In Ireland these funds are used, together with Irish Government and Local Authority funding, to invest € Billion in the period. Partnership Agreements between the European Commission and individual EU countries set out the individual countries plan on how to use the funding.

"Springboard+ is co-funded by the Government of Ireland and the European Social Fund as part of the ESF programme for employability, inclusion and learning " Phone + Book. Guidance for projects after the UK leaves the EU.

Guidance about EU funding available from the 7 European Territorial Co-operation programmes. Horizon European research and innovation programme Horizon is the current European programme for research and innovation. Local regeneration fund. The ESF is playing an important role in meeting Europe’s goals, and in mitigating the consequences of the economic crisis – especially the rise in unemployment and poverty levels.

Setting priorities. The European Commission and EU countries in partnership set the ESF’s priorities and how it spends its. Information on all direct beneficiaries of European Cohesion policy must be published by the Managing Authorities in the Member States under the rules governing the implementation of the funds (EC No /).

Springboard+ is co-funded by the Government of Ireland and the European Social Fund as part of the ESF programme for employability, inclusion and learning Our graduates are now working in.

The projects are being delivered over a four year period in multiple locations across Ireland by Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs), locally based community groups, and others, who were successful following an open Call for Proposals for funding under the European Social Fund - The strategic aim of the European Social Fund (ESF) Programme in Northern Ireland (NI) is to combat poverty and enhance social inclusion by reducing economic inactivity and to increase the skills base of those currently in work and future potential participants in the workforce.

European Social Fund Operational Programme to Ref: ISBN PDF, MB, pages This file may not be suitable for users of assistive technology. Throughout Europe, action against unemployment has thus become a priority. Charged by the European treaties to improve its citizens' living and working conditions, the Community has made the battle against unemployment a central concern.

To this end, the role of the Social Fund. person fulfils the eligibility criteria established for the respective operation/project.” European Commission Monitoring and Evaluation Guidance, p10 Supported Where a Participant is eligible for support, but the Lead Partner is unable to produce European Social Fund.

As Ireland is one of the most popular global jurisdictions for funds, its fund industry is well placed to grow along with this trend. 9: Growing presence of management companies (ManCos) in Ireland. Special Purpose Vehicle – A company, with its own legal persona, set up for a limited set of specific purposes.

Structural Funds ESF European Social Fund ERDF European Regional Development Fund EAGGF European Agricultural Guidance and Guarantee Fund FIFG Financial Instrument for Fisheries Guidance TA: Technical Assistance.

Technical Description. Stories of Impact Music Generation. Thanks to funding from U2 and The Ireland Funds, Ireland’s next generation is a music generation. Ireland’s national music education program is providing access to music tuition young people and has created jobs.Additional Physical Format: Online version: Collins, Doreen.

Operation of the European Social Fund. London: Croom Helm, © (OCoLC) Document Type.This is the annual report of the European Social Fund for presented by the Commission to the European Parliament and the Council pursuant to Article 9 (2) on 83//EEC, which provides that Decision 71/66/EEC and the Decisions taken pursuant ot Article 4 thereof remain applicable to operations.