2 edition of Second progress report on economic and social cohesion (January 2003) found in the catalog.
Second progress report on economic and social cohesion (January 2003)
European Commission. Directorate-General for Regional Policy.
by Office for Official Publications of the European Communities in Luxembourg
Written in English
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The debate launched by the Commission following the adoption of the Second Report on Economic and Social Cohesion, on the options for future cohesion policy, has continued to engage the principal parties involved in the regions, in the present and future Member States and in File Size: 7MB.
Get this from a library. Second progress report on economic and social cohesion (January ): unity, solidarity, diversity for Europe, its people and territory. [European Commission.; European Commission.
Directorate-General for Regional Policy.]. The second progress report on economic and social cohesion is the follow-up to the undertaking by the European Commission to report to the Council regu-larly on the preparation of its proposals for the con-tinuation of cohesion policy after It updates the data concerning regional economic and social dis-File Size: 2MB.
A full Cohesion report is published every three years; in the years in between, a progress report on economic and social cohesion is published. Fifth Report on Economic, Social and Territorial Cohesion (9 November ) Sixth progress report on economic and social cohesion (25 June ) Fifth progress report on economic and social cohesion ( SECOND REPORT ON ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COHESION INTRODUCTION The role of the Cohesion Report Article of the Treaty states that every three years the Commission should present ‘a report on the progress made towards achieving economic and social cohesion and on the manner in.
In the first section, the report explores the early roots of the term “social cohesion” and provides a formal definition. The second section provides the main argument for the relevance of. Second report on economic and social cohesion (adopted by the European Commission on 31 January ) Second report on economic and social cohesion — European Environment Agency Do something for our planet, print this page only if needed.
The Committee agrees that the ten priorities for economic and social cohesion which the Commission identifies should lie at the heart of cohesion efforts in the future. In the context of enlargement and the impact of current policy reforms on regions of the EU 15, these priorities should ensure that cohesion actions are influenced by the key.
Get this from a library. Growing regions, growing Europe: fifth progress report on economic and social cohesion. [European Commission. Directorate-General for Regional Policy.;] -- "The first part of this report presents the main conclusions of the public consultation on the future of European cohesion policy launched by the Commission.
The second part of the report is. on the fourth report on economic and social cohesion (/(INI))The European Parliament, – having regard to the Fourth Report on Economic and Social Cohesion (COM()) (‘the Fourth Cohesion Report'),- having regard to the Commission communication to the European Parliament, the Council, the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions entitled.
on strengthening economic, social and territorial cohesion in the European Union: the 7th report of the European Commission (/(INI)) The European Parliament, – having regard to Article 3 of the Treaty on European Union (TEU) and Articles 4,to and of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU).
The ministers also agreed to manage economic migration with a view to promoting economic and social progress in receiving, transit and origin countries; to enhance social cohesion by improving the integration of migrants and persons of immigrant background and the re-integration of migrants who return to their countries of origin; and, to Author: Arno Tanner.
INDICATORS for SOCIAL COHESION INTRODUCTION The European Commission has strongly emphasized the economic and social cohesion of Europe as a main policy goal of the European union.
In Article B of the Maastricht Treaty we find: “The Union shall set itself the following objectives: to promote economic and social progress which is balanced and sustainable, in particular through the creation.
Social cohesion refers to the elements that bring and hold people together in society. In a socially cohesive society all individuals and groups have a sense of belonging, participation, inclusion.
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