Scaling Up REmittances (SURE)
Within each objective, the Call addresses the following thematic areas:
A. Remittances as an instrument to financial inclusion
A1: Increasing access to remittance services in rural areas Thematic area
A2: Promoting the use of adapted financial products linked to remittances
B. Promoting and mainstreaming migrant investments Thematic area B1: Financial investment mechanisms and instruments for migrants Thematic area
B2: Migrant entrepreneurship in countries of origin.
C. Cross-cutting objectivesThematic area C: Open thematic area (Applications in this category may propose innovative approaches addressing cross-cutting issues or aiming at delivering public goods useful for all stakeholders)
Support for social dialogue
Fonte: EC - DG EMPL
Objectives of this call include measures and initiatives related to the adaptation of social dialogue to changes in employment and work related challenges, such as addressing modernisation of the labour market, job creation and job matching, quality of work, anticipation, preparation and management of change and restructuring, digitalisation of the economy and society, the greening of the economy, flexicurity, skills, (intra-EU) labour mobility, migration, youth employment, health and safety at work, modernisation of social protection systems, reconciliation of work and family life, gender equality, action in the field of anti-discrimination, active ageing, healthier and longer working lives, active inclusion and decent work.
EaSI-Progress - Call for proposals for operating grants open to EU-level NGO networks having signed a framework partnership agreement for 2014-2017 and being active in the area of social inclusion and poverty reduction or microfinance and social enterprise finance
Fonte: EC - DG EMPL
This call for proposals aims at providing operating grants for 2017 under the Framework Partnership Agreements (FPA) concluded for the period 2014-2017 to provide for long-term cooperation between the European Commission and EU-level NGO networks. The FPAs were signed at the end of the 2013 following the call for proposals VP/2013/006 for framework partners. They set out the framework conditions governing potential operating grants and encompass a quadrennial strategic action plan proposed by the EU-level NGO networks and accepted by the European Commission. FPAs were concluded with: − European level networks active in the promotion of social inclusion and poverty reduction, or − European level networks active in the promotion of access to finance (microfinance and social enterprise finance). Regarding the description of the policy context, the definition of priorities and potential specific agreements for operating grants, this call refers to these two groups of network separately.