Hosted by the Spanish ESF Managing Authority, the meeting aimed to identify the main challenges for the implementation phase and review how transnational cooperation and the EURoma Network could help Member States to address them.
The seminar brought together ESI Funds Managing Authorities to learn, inspire and get inspired in implementing the CLLD approach, foster better cooperation and ensure the most efficient use of the funding available.
The document provides recommendations on the efficient use of ESI Funds in tackling educational and spatial segregation based on the applicable EU legislative and policy frameworks. EURoma shared its views on the drat version of the Guide.
The European Commission informs about the 2016 Report on Roma and specifically about the new reporting framework template to be used to civil society and international organizations. Member States have already received the adapted template for public bodies.
23-24 November 2015 - Madrid (Spain)
12th-13th January 2016 - Brussels (Belgium)
2nd February 2016 - Brussels (Belgium)
April 2016 (exact date to be confirmed) - Brussels (Belgium)
June 2016 (exact date to be confirmed) - Brussels (Belgium)
EURoma, a European Network made up of representatives of twelve Member States, is determined to promote the use of Structural Funds (SF) to enhance the effectiveness of policies targeting the Roma and to promote their social inclusion.
Current Member States: Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Finland, Greece, Italy, Hungary, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Slovakia and Sweden.