Hilary Benn, a senior figure in parliamentary relations between the United Kingdom and the European Union, has said that some UK and EU ideas on how to resolve differences over the management of trade in Northern Ireland are “quite close” – and that agreement would provide “an opportunity to move
On 10th September 2022 at the Thessaloniki International Fair, the European Social Fund Plus (ESF+) funding opportunities took centre stage at high-level panel discussions. The event offered citizens and stakeholders the opportunity to find out more and discuss participation in the new ESF+ ‘Human Resources and Social Cohesion’ (HSRC) Programme.
The ‘RuralCare’ project – funded by the EU’s Employment and Social Innovation (EaSI) programme – is using an innovative approach to bring long-term, sustainable, and individualised care to those who need. One of Rural Care’s aims is to test a personalised model of affordable, high quality, long-term care based on
Slovenia will benefit from €3.26 billion in Cohesion Policy funding between 2021-2027 to support the sustainable development of its economy. The details and strategy for these investments are set out in the Partnership Agreement between Slovenia and the Commission that was adopted today. Powered by WPeMatico