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Public Consultation on Evaluation of the ESF support to employment and labour mobility

Public Consultation on Evaluation of the ESF support to employment and labour mobility

Public Consulation on the Evaluation of the ESF support to employment and labour mobility

The Commission wishes to know citizens’ and stakeholders’ opinion on the activities carried out by the EU since 2014 in order to (a) promote sustainable and quality employment and (b) to support labour mobility. These activities were carried out with the support from the European Social Fund. The information collected will be used in assessing what has been achieved during the 2014-2018 period. It will also help the Commission to draw lessons on how to reinforce this support in the future, making it more effective and focused.

Amongst other subjects, the evaluation will assess whether initiatives relating to job creation, labour mobility and equal opportunities were further encouraged and which type of support has been the most effective.

All citizens and organisations are invited to contribute to this consultation.

Contributions are particularly sought from:

• Citizens whether or not they are receiving or have received support from the European Social Fund to promote sustainable and quality employment and to support labour mobility.

• Member States and organisations involved in the management of European Social Fund such as managing authorities, intermediate bodies, project implementers, members of monitoring committees;

• Organisations involved in the delivery of European Social Fund operations as beneficiaries or project partners: public bodies, NGOs, municipalities;

• Any organization or citizen having a particular expertise in the area of employment and labour mobility.

The consultation is available here.

   This consultation will run until 6 January 2020.