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  • The European Social Fund in Greece
    The European Social Fund in Greece
    The ESF aims to improve employment opportunities, promote education, enhance social inclusion, fight poverty, reinforce the efficiency of public administration.
  • Since 1957 ...
    Since 1957 ...
    ... the European Social Fund is the main financial instrument through which the European Union invests in people, supporting millions of Europeans every year.
  • Learn how it concerns you
    Learn how it concerns you
    The ESF addresses all citizens and contributes significantly to social wellbeing in Greece, through financing dozens of local, regional and national projects.

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At the EPSCO meeting on June 16, EU employment and social affairs ministers presented their national targets to deliver on the European Pillar of Social Rights Action Plan by 2030.


The law regulates issues related to the management, control and implementation of development interventions for the Programming Period 2021-2027, in accordance with the requirements of the relevant EU regulatory framework for the Funds.


Information and deadlines on current EaSI calls


The report provides a summary of monitoring information reported by Managing Authorities (MAs) of ESF OPs in their Annual Implementation Reports submitted by December 1, 2020, aggregating 2014-2019 implementation data.


Have your say on the Ageing Green Paper consultation and see which initiatives should the Member States apply, according to the EU Council Conclusions, to enable older people across the EU to enjoy their fundamental rights and reach their full potential.


Europe Day, held on 9 May every year, celebrates peace and unity in Europe.


The #MySocialRights video competition is now open to young people aged 18-30 living in the EU.

Cohesion Policy 2021-2027

The new cohesion policy legislative package has been published in the Official Journal of the European Union.


On March 24, the Commission adopted the first comprehensive EU Strategy on the Rights of the Child, as well as a proposal for a Council Recommendation establishing a European Child Guarantee, to promote equal opportunities for children at risk of poverty or social exclusion.