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latvia272wayToday (4 February) the European Commission proposes to make 1 billion euro from the Youth Employment Initiative available as early as this year. This change will increase by up to 30 times the pre-financing Member States receive to boost youth employment – reaching up to 650 000 young people and helping them get into work, faster.

Valdis Dombrovskis (pictured), Vice-President for the Euro and Social Dialogue said: “With today’s proposal, the Commission sends a clear signal that youth employment continues to be high on our political agenda. We will advance around 1 billion euro to support the work of member states in helping to get young people back into work, to return to education or get a traineeship. In doing so, they are not only able to contribute to the economy and society through their skills and dynamism, but they also regain their dignity.”

Marianne Thyssen, Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs, Skills and Labour Mobility, commented: “Our young people need jobs and they need them now. It is unacceptable that today more than one young person out of five on the labour market cannot find a job. By making more funding available sooner, we can get more young people back to work: I am determined to make this happen.”

The first priority of this Commission is to strengthen Europe’s competitiveness, stimulate investment and create jobs. The €315 billion euro Investment Plan can create millions of new jobs – not least for young people. But even when new jobs are created it is often very difficult for young people to successfully enter the job market. This is why the Youth Employment Initiative (YEI) focuses particularly on getting young people back into work or training. All Member States have committed to the “Youth Guarantee”: to provide young people under 25 with a quality job offer, an apprenticeship or training within four months of leaving school or losing a job. Today’s announcement will help make that guarantee a reality, in line with the Commission’s commitment in its 2015 Work Programme.

Today’s proposal would increase the Youth Employment Initiative pre-financing rate in its 2015 budget allocation from 1-1.5% to up to 30%. Member States benefiting from this initiative[1] mogao stoga dobiti trećinu izdvajanja od 3.2bn € odmah nakon usvajanja namjenskih operativnih programa. Od država članica se očekuje da ta sredstva odmah stave na raspolaganje korisnicima projekta unaprijed plaćanjem projekata, a to će se pomno pratiti.

Komisija procjenjuje da bi ovo ubrzano predfinanciranje moglo ubrzati trenutnu podršku i dosegnuti između mladih ljudi 350 000 i 650 000 ove godine; za razliku od trenutne stope predfinanciranja, za razliku od toga, ta bi brojka bila između samo 14 000 i 22 000 mladih.

O ovom će zakonodavnom prijedlogu sada raspravljati Europski parlament i Vijeće, koji ga moraju usvojiti prije nego što stupi na snagu.

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The Commission’s proposal for a Youth Guarantee was presented in December 2012 (see IP / 12 / 1311 MEMO / 12 / 938), formally adopted as a Recommendation to the Member States by the EU’s Council of Ministers on 22 April 2013 (see MEMO / 13 / 152) I potvrđen od strane lipnja 2013 Europskog vijeća. Sve zemlje 28 države su podnijeli njihovi Garancija za mlade provedbenih planova (detalji na raspolaganju ovdje) i poduzimaju konkretne mjere. Provedbu nacionalnih programa jamstva za mlade prati Komisija u okviru europskog semestra.

Europski socijalni fond s ukupnim proračunom od oko 86 mlrd. Eura u razdoblju 2014-2020 ključni je izvor sredstava EU-a za provedbu jamstva za mlade.

To top up the European Social Fund in Member States with regions where youth unemployment exceeds 25%, the European Parliament and the Council agreed to create a dedicated Youth Employment Initiative (YEI). The YEI funding comprises a €3.2bn specific allocation from a dedicated EU budget line (frontloaded to 2014-15) matched by at least €3.2bn from member states’ European Social Fund allocations.

YEI dopunjava Europski socijalni fond za provedbu preporuke jamstva za mlade financirajući aktivnosti za izravnu pomoć mladima koji nisu u zaposlenju, obrazovanju ili osposobljavanju (NEET) starijih od 25 godina ili, ako države članice smatraju relevantnim, ispod 30 godina. Financiranje Inicijative za zapošljavanje mladih može se koristiti za podršku aktivnostima koje uključuju prvo radno iskustvo, pružanje pripravničkog staža i naukovanja, daljnje obrazovanje i osposobljavanje, potporu za započinjanje poslovanja s mladim poduzetnicima, programe druge šanse za prelazne škole i ciljane subvencije za plaće i zapošljavanje. ,

Accelerating the implementation of the Youth Guarantee was identified as a key priority of President Juncker’s Političke smjernice.

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