EU policies apply across a wide range of programs and funds that provide financial support to thousands of beneficiaries, be they farmers, students, scientists, NGOs, companies, cities, regions and many others. In this sense, the overall objective of the current programs has a close relationship with the Strategy Europe 2020
The new Erasmus + program covers all initiatives of education, training, youth and sport. This new program focuses on the formal and informal learning beyond EU borders, with a clear vocation for internationalization opening up to third countries in order to improve educational and training capacities of people for the employability of students, teachers and workers
The new program Europe for Citizens 2014-2020 pretends to respond to the challenges and opportunities of the next seven years, in areas as important as economic growth, security and Europe’s role in the world. In this scenario, it is very important that citizens take part in discussions and help shape European policies.
It’s the new EU program for 2014-2020 aimed to boost the cultural and creative sectors. It will develop the competitiveness of the cultural and audiovisual sectors in order to contribute to employment and growth, promoting innovative approaches to audience building and new business models and safeguarding the cultural and linguistic diversity.
The new program will help the EU to react to economic and demographic challenges facing health systems and allow its citizens to enjoy good health for longer.
The objective of this program is to contribute to the implementation, updating and development of Community policy and legislation on the environment, including the integration of the environment into other policies, in order to contribute to sustainable development.
It is the program that funds research and innovation projects in various thematic areas in the European context, with almost € 80,000m for the period 2014-2020. Researchers, companies, technological centers and public bodies have place in this program.
It’s the new program for employment and social innovation. This program will support the efforts of the Member States in the design and implementation of employment and social reforms at European, national as well as regional and local level through policy coordination, identification, analysis and exchange of the best practices.
The mission of the DG Justice is to build an area of justice throughout the European Union to ensure: Respect for fundamental rights by the EU and Member States at national level, the equal treatment regardless of sex, race or ethnic origin, religion or belief, disability, age and sexual orientation, the protection of personal data across the EU anb access to justice in case of legal problems throughout the EU.
It’s the new Programme for the Competitiveness of Enterprises and SMEs. Its main objectives are: Facilitating access for SMEs to existing funding, create an environment conducive to promoting growth and the creation of new businesses and business environment, fostering entrepreneurial culture in Europe, increase sustainable competitiveness of EU enterprises and helping small businesses to work outside their home countries and improve their access to new markets.
The mechanism of European territorial cooperation helps regions across Europe to work together to solve common problems, or exchange of knowledge and foster innovation potential. This mechanism is part of the cohesion policy of the EU, which remains an essential element of the EU financial framework for 2014-2020 proposed by the Commission