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2007-09 poor implementation New strategy 2010 – Knowledge, Competence, Tools Mobilizing and informing all relevant actors Positive results From 7 % to 37 % of projects with TNC However, low budgets, quality should improve. Program period 2007-2013 - looking back.

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2007-09 poor implementation

New strategy 2010 – Knowledge, Competence, Tools

Mobilizing and informing all relevant actors

Positive results

From 7 % to 37 % of projects with TNC

However, low budgets, quality should improve

Program period 2007-2013- looking back

Transnational learning networks
Transnational learningnetworks

European Community of Practice on Gender Mainstreaming within ESF 2013-2014

Active Inclusion (AI)

COP on Results Based Management

Social Entrepreneurship Network (SEN)

Reinforcing policy learning for Roma inclusion

ESF Transnational Cooperation 2014-2020

Transnational Mobility Measures for Disadvantaged Youth and Young Adults

European Social Fund in Sweden 2014-2020

According to draft operational programme by October 2013

Swedish challengesat the labour market

  • Continuing recession in the economy

  • Increasedlong-termunemployment, especiallyamong men

  • High youthunemployment

  • The return to working life for people on sicknessleave

  • Increasednumber of people with disabilities and an impaired capacity

  • High unemployment and difficulties in working life establishment for thosebornoutside EU

  • Fairlylowunemployment for women and men older that 55 yearsbut with longer periods of unemployment

Short presentation of priorities

  • The program shall:

  • Strengthen the mecanisms of the labour market system

  • Connection between the labour market and education/training

Short presentation of priorities

  • Priority axis 1 – Skills supply

  • At least 200 000 participants (employees and non-employees)

    • Invest in skillsdevelopment and readjusmentwhich is connected to the overall strategicdevelopment in the organisations and the position of the individual in the working life . Focus on SMEs

Shortpresentation of priorities

  • Priorityaxis 2 – Broaden the pathway to employment

    • Investing in – interalia – the development and implementation of methods that contribute to the inclusion of thoseoutside the labour market

    • Strengthening the national labour market policy

    • The targetgroups (at least 75 000 participants) are:

    • youngpeople (15–24 yrs),

    • long-termunemploymed (more that 12 months)

    • people with a long period of sicknessleave

    • newlyarrived migrants, mainlywomen.

Short presentation of priorities

  • Priorityaxis 3 – Youthemploymentinitiative (YEI)

    • Investing in the development and implementationof methodsthat contribute to the inclusionof youngpeople (15-24 yrs) in the regions of Middle Norrland, Northern Middle Sweden and Southern Sweden, with a youthunemployment of at least 25 per cent.

Common points of departure for the priorities


Mainstreaming of the accessibility dimension regardingpeople with disabilities and impairedcapacity


Equaltreatment and non-discrimination

Common points of departure for the priorities

  • Transnational work

  • Investing in solutions for challenges that havenot been tackled before.

  • The workingmethodsshould be:

  • Costefficient,

  • Assessable

  • Implementable

Investing in evaluationand costefficiency

  • The programmefocues on methods that are:

  • Assessable

  • Costefficient

  • Implementable

  • Support structures for projects and thematiclobby projectscan be used in all priorites

  • Focus on the Baltic Sea Strategy in the

  • transnational work

Transnational cooperation 2014 2020
Transnational cooperation 2014-2020

  • Commonframework: coordinatedcalls, commonthemes/prios, twocentralizedcalls, EC support structure, database, partner searchfacilities

  • Flexible approach: as at present

  • Dual approach: A combination of the two

    Sweden will probably choose the dual approach

Round table transnational cooperation in the baltic sea region
Round table transnational cooperation in the Baltic sea region

  • “The primary aim of the Round Table will be to find a common understanding, and the mechanisms needed, for implementing an improved and efficient transnational cooperation in the Baltic Sea Region within the frame of the ESF 2014 - 2020.”

  • Two meetings

  • Managing authorities from 8 Member States discussed preliminary themes for transnational cooperation in the region

Tentative themes
Tentative themes

1. Early School Leavers (ESL) and NEETs; transition from school to work

2. Mobility; Youth, Labour, Informal labour/Informal economy and grey sector

  • Capacity building in social economy

  • De-institutionalization and restructuring in health, social and elderly care sectors; skills development

  • Support for SMEs; Capacity building, Business environment/infrastructure

  • Active inclusion; Combat poverty, Welfare systems restructuring

    7. Healthy working life/well-being at work

Thank you!

Åsa Lindh

Director General Swedish ESF-council