For a year now, negotiations have been on-going in Brussels after the Commission disclosed its draft proposal for the next Cohesion Policy 2014-2020. EUCIS-LLL just issued a position paper on the future European Social Fund and will advocate in Brussels to secure the budget increase proposed by the Commission. EUCIS-LLL also proposes an advocacy toolkit for your national members to act in front of the government to invest in lifelong learning and increase the participation of civil society in the development of Operational Programmes. Learn more.
European Social Fund 2014-2020: defend investment in lifelong learning!
News - 13th July 2012