Presentation on theme: "Dorotea Daniele, Facilitator. The members Polish Ministry of Regional Development ESF Council in Sweden Lombardy Region Ministry of Labour and Social."— Presentation transcript:
The members Polish Ministry of Regional Development ESF Council in Sweden Lombardy Region Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs in the Czech Republic ESF Agency in Flanders Ministry of Employment and Economy in Finland ESF MA in England
Key features of BFSE network Increase of knowledge on SE and capacity building for ESF Managing Authorities at national and regional level Help ESF MAs to support the development of SE in OPs and new programmes Identification and exchange of good practices among ESF MAs Continuous dialogue with practictionners, experts and SE networks/organisations Transfer of experiences between countries Develop common solutions, recommendations and tools at European Union level
The strands Social franchising Financial instruments and mechanisms of funds allocation to social economy Measuring social added value Socially responsible public procurement and public social partnership Community law and social services of general interest
The products A set of tools to implement social franchising: directory, guidelines on finance, case studies, web-site, recommendations Overview of attitudes and financial instruments for social economy in NBFSE countries and case studies of selected practices of support Recommendations for the implementation of financial instruments A tool for evaluating the social value
The products Recommendations for socially responsible public procurement and public social partnership in the context of social economy development The application of Socially Responsible Public Procurement and public-social partnership in support to social economy development Community law and social services of general interest in the light of social inclusion
A better future Part 1: The social economy and the 18 investment priorities of the ESF Part 2: thematic recommendations
Overall recommendation European Social Fund support for the social economy should form part of an integrated strategic approach which is designed, implemented and assessed through partnerships.
Thematic objeticves and investment priorities Promoting employment and supporting labour mobility 1. Access to employment for job-seekers and inactive people including local employment initiatives and support for labour mobility; 2. Sustainable integration of young people not in employment, education or training into the labour market; 3. Self-employment, entrepreneurship and business creation; 4. Equality between men and women and reconciliation between work and private life; 5. Adaptation of workers, enterprises and entrepreneurs to change; 6. Active and healthy ageing; 7. Modernisation and strengthening of labour market institutions, including actions to enhance transnational labour mobility;
Thematic objectives and investment priorities Investing in education, skills and lifelong learning 8. Reducing early school-leaving and promoting equal access to good- quality early-childhood, primary and secondary education; 9. Improving the quality, efficiency and openness of tertiary and equivalent education with a view to increasing participation and attainment levels; 10. Enhancing access to lifelong learning, upgrading the skills and competences of the workforce and increasing the labour market relevance of education and training systems;
Thematic objectives and investment priorities Promoting social inclusion and combating poverty 11. Active inclusion; 12. Integration of marginalised communities such as the Roma; 13. Combating discrimination based on sex, racial or ethnic origin, religion or belief, disability, age or sexual orientation; 14. Enhancing access to affordable, sustainable and highquality services, including health care and social services of general interest; 15. Promoting the social economy and social enterprises; 16. Community-led local development strategies;
Thematic objectives and investment priorities Enhancing institutional and administrative capacities 17. Investment in institutional capacity and in the efficiency of public administrations and public services with a view to reforms, better regulation and good governance; 18. Capacity building for stakeholders delivering employment, education and social policies and for sectoral and territorial pacts to mobilise for reform at national, regional and local level.
Suggestions for the future Coherence Knowledge and information Strong involvement of stakeholders Build capacity of institutions and of SE Measurement and assessment Transnational learning
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