The aim of the project is to further develop and maintain the database “Women and men in decision-making” which contains details of the relative numbers of women and men in decision-making positions in various areas of political, judicial, economic and social life in the EU Member States, the EEA countries and the candidate countries as well as in the European Institutions.
The aim of this project is to set up and run a set up and run a “data support centre” which will assist Managing Authorities in collecting, processing and storing ESF data and thereby improve the quality, reliability and comparability of data on ESF interventions.
The study reviewed all existing indicators related to follow-up of the Beijing Platform for Action in order to establish the current situation with respect to monitoring each of the 12 areas of concern and, where relevant, to make suggestions for improvements.
The objective of the study is to develop indicators that enable the coverage of unemployment, maternity/paternity and sickness benefits in the EU to be monitored for people in flexible employment.
The objective of the study is to analysis recent developments in the mechanical engineering and electrical and electronics equipment industries (NACE 29 and 31) and the associated trends in employment across the EU and to examine the implication for competences and skill requirements over the next few years.
The objective of this project is to assist Eurostat in the preparation, collection and validation of the pilot data collection on net social protection benefits to be carried out in all Member States by the end of 2008 and the preparation of feasibility studies to improve the data.
Assessment of development needs of (present and future) Objective 1 regions in the various areas (or sectors) which were eligible for Structural Fund support with the aim of identifying a list of priority actions. The study was concerned with identifying the nature and scale of the regional problems both in the accession countries and in the existing EU15 Member States.
Analysis of employment and labour market trends across the EU and of key policy issues and production of the annual report in all Community languages.
The objective of the project is to further develop and maintain the database of Labour Market Policies which provides information on labour market interventions and contains data on participants in programmes as well as on expenditure and details of the various policies in question.