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Post date: 2014, 6 November
The European Union Agency for fundamental rights had issued recently three new reports regarding the situation of employment among Roma communities, the situation of discrimination against and living conditions of Roma women and  the situation of education  of Roma in 11 EU Member States. In these reports, FRA presents the results of the 2011 FRA Roma pilot survey on poverty and employment and of the 2011 Roma survey on education. For full information on the reports please follow the...
Post date: 2014, 2 October
Commissioner Andor and Ulrich Bunjes, Special Representative of the Secretary General for Roma Issues meet local authorities to discuss first results of the ROMACT programme in favour of Roma inclusion At the European Commission’s initiative, mayors from cities in Belgium, Bulgaria, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia are meeting in Brussels today and tomorrow to take stock of progress and lessons learned in integrating Roma at...
Post date: 2014, 19 August
The process of negotiating European Structural and Investment Funds - FESI 2014 – 2020  in each of the ROMACT countries is now complete.  The state of play concerning the Partnership Agreements (PA) and Operational Programmes (OP) in each country is presented below: • in Bulgaria, the Partnership Agreement was adopted on 07 August 2014 and all four OPs were submitted. • in Hungary, the Partnership Agreement was adopted on 07 March 2014 and all five OPs were...
Post date: 2014, 19 August
The European Commission recently published the Summary of the Partnership Agreement with each EU member state as well as a fact-sheet concerning the Cohesion Policy for the next MFF (Multiannual Financial Framework 2014 - 2020). In 2014-2020, Bulgaria will manage seven operational programmesunder EU Cohesion Policy. Of these, four programmes will be funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and the Cohesion Fund, two programmes will receive funding from the...
Post date: 2014, 19 August
The European Commission recently published the Summary of the Partnership Agreement with each EU member state as well as a fact-sheet concerning the Cohesion Policy for the next MFF (Multiannual Financial Framework 2014 - 2020). In 2014-2020, Italy will manage around 50 operational programmesunder EU Cohesion Policy. This proposal, as with national programmes, is still in negotiation and should be confirmed during the first half of 2014.   ...
Post date: 2014, 19 August
In August 2014, the European Commission  published the Summary of the Partnership Agreement with each EU member state as well as a fact-sheet concerning the Cohesion Policy for the next MFF (Multiannual Financial Framework 2014 - 2020). In 2014-2020, Hungary will manage six operational programmesunder EU Cohesion Policy. Four programmes will receive funding from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and the European Social Fund (ESF). Two programmes will receive...
Post date: 2014, 18 August
The European Commission recently published the Summary of the Partnership Agreement with each EU member state as well as a fact-sheet concerning the Cohesion Policy for the next MFF (Multiannual Financial Framework 2014 - 2020). In 2014-2020, Romania will manage six operational programmesunder EU Cohesion Policy: four programmes funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and the Cohesion Fund, and two programmes funded by the European Social Fund (ESF) including...
Post date: 2014, 18 August
The European Commission recently published the Summary of the Partnership Agreement with each EU member state as well as a fact-sheet concerning the Cohesion Policy for the next MFF (Multiannual Financial Framework 2014 - 2020). In 2014-2020, Slovakia will manage  seven operational programmes  under EU Cohesion Policy. Of these, five  programmes  will receive funding from  the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and the Cohesion Fund, one  ...
Post date: 2014, 11 July
During three days, from 7 to 9 July 2014, the Romanian National Support Team organised a training within the ROMED2 and ROMACT Programmes which answered the specific needs identified among the municipalities selected.   Within each municipality two CAG members and two local muncipality staff members attended the training, which gave the basics to writing projects and looking for alternative funds to the municipality budget. Besides the training itself, the aim was also to...
Post date: 2014, 20 May
via Fondul Social European în România "AM POSDRU publică spre consultare schița Ghidului Solicitantului Condiții Specifice „Sprijin pentru grupurile vulnerabile prin accesul la educația inițială”. Va rugam sa transmiteti pana la data de 23.05.2014 propunerile, sugestiile si opiniile dumneavoastra privind imbunatatirea acestui document la adresa de email educatieinitiala@fseromania.ro." Document de lucru: http://www.fseromania.ro/images/doc2014/draftghid1.1.pdf

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