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(Please consult p.25 of the Programme Guide – EN) 3. 4. 5. 6. EU Programme for Employment and Social Innovation (EaSI) - Employment, Social Affairs & Inclusion. The Employment and Social Innovation (EaSI) programme is a financing instrument at EU level to promote a high level of quality and sustainable employment, guaranteeing adequate and decent social protection, combating social exclusion and poverty and improving working conditions.
Structure and funding EaSI is managed directly by the European Commission. It brings together three EU programmes managed separately between 2007 and 2013: PROGRESS, EURES and Progress Microfinance. As of January 2014, these programmes form the three axes of EaSI. They support: Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF) The Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF) was set up for the period 2014-20, with a total of EUR 3.137 billion for the seven years.
It will promote the efficient management of migration flows and the implementation, strengthening and development of a common Union approach to asylum and immigration. This Fund will contribute to the achievement of four specific objectives: This Fund will also provide financial resources for the activities and future development of the European Migration Network (EMN). EMN aims to respond to EU institutions' and to EU State authorities' and institutions' needs for information on migration and asylum by providing up-to-date, objective, reliable and comparable data, with a view to supporting policy-making.
Special financial incentives for EU States have been built into the AMIF to support the Union Resettlement Programme, including with focus on common Union priorities. - European Commission. Erasmus plus programme guide esV1. Justice Programme - European Commission - DG Justiceunknown label. Objectives of the Programme This programme shall contribute to the further development of a European area of justice based on mutual recognition and mutual trust.
It promotes: judicial cooperation in civil matters, including civil and commercial matters, insolvencies, family matters and successions, etc. judicial cooperation in criminal matters judicial training, including language training on legal terminology, with a view to fostering a common legal and judicial culture effective access to justice in Europe, including rights of victims of crime and procedural rights in criminal proceedings initiatives in the field of drugs policy (judicial cooperation and crime prevention aspects) Types of actions funded EU added value All actions to be funded by the programme must produce results whose benefits go beyond one single Member State. Budget 2014-2020 EUR 378 million Participating countries All Member States except for UK and DK. Previous Programmes 2007-2013. Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme 2014-2020 - European Commission - DG Justiceunknown label.
Objectives of the Programme This programme shall contribute to the further development of an area where equality and the rights of persons, as enshrined in the Treaty, the Charter and international human rights conventions, are promoted and protected.
Its nine specific objectives are to: Promote non–discrimination Combat racism, xenophobia, homophobia and other forms of intolerance Promote rights of persons with disabilities Promote equality between women and men and gender mainstreaming Prevent violence against children, young people, women and other groups at risk (Daphne) Promote the rights of the child Ensure the highest level of data protection Promote the rights deriving from Union citizenship Enforce consumer rights Types of actions funded EU added value All actions to be funded by the programme must produce results whose benefits go beyond one single Member State. Budget 2014-2020 EUR 439 million Participating countries.