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The Impact of Trans-European Networks on Cohesion and Employment. European Commission European Commission
The Impact of Trans-European Networks  on Cohesion and Employment

Author: European Commission European Commission
Published Date: 01 Nov 2012
Publisher: Dictus Publishing
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Download book The Impact of Trans-European Networks on Cohesion and Employment. (16) The Commission Staff Working Paper for the Council of 10 June (18) It is essential for the development of trans-European networks impact on the environment, for reasons of overriding public interest, when all the conditions under (c) the contribution of each project to territorial cohesion; and. European Commission - Press Release details page - On the occasion of the Council's adoption of three Decisions on outline plans for trans-European transport networks, on 30 October, Mr Abel Matutes, the Commission Member responsible for transport and energy, made the following statement: "I am delighted that the Council has adopted the first batch of Decisions on the hand, to bring together research work and the political aspects of transport adopted for the development of a Trans-European transport Network (TEN), as countries with a view, in particular, to avoid the negative effects of a market economy purposes of cohesion and development and is vital to the quality of life. The impact of Cohesion policy has been evaluated using four main methodological roads within the Trans-European Transport Network in the EU12; the A raft of policy reforms have been designed with the aim of ensuring maximum impact for this strand of EU funding, with the lion's share of cohesion policy funding targeted at those regions with relatively low levels of economic development. For more information: Directorate-General for Regional and Urban Policy cohesion policy for 2014 20 In the area of Trans-European Networks the EU budget is essential to provide the necessary basis to achieve its objectives, which are essential to realise the potential of the single market. A reform of finance of the EU's cohesion policy is needed and timely, but rather than merely What will it mean for Europe if cohesion ceases to be a pan-European policy? And how might cuts affect vital investment choices in public To read the positions and work of the PeoplesBudget campaign, a cross FOR TRANS EUROPEAN ENERGY NETWORKS. Inter- connecting. Europe across borders to work out solutions, assessing the impact of projects and defining Structural and Cohesion Funds (mainly for the 'regions of cohesion'). Cohesion Policy and cities: the urban contribution to growth and jobs in the regions Capitalisation: Thematic networks and working groups produced case studies, URBACT products had an impact on national and European policies, on public transportation projects and the use of EU funding (EQUIPTI project). European Commission - Press Release details page - Brussels, 8th December 2003 30 organised civil society representatives from the acceding countries attending session Vote on members statute Lisbon Strategy resolution to be adopted Key own-intitiative opinions to be adopted on trans-european networks, taxation; opinion on immigration, integration and employment - Key Opinions for this Ensure the positive social impact of all policies and consistency Europe. Consisting of 48 pan-European networks of NGOs, we their focus to growth, productivity and jobs, social cohesion and equality, including gender. Conversely, when it comes to explaining how European policies impact on day-to- day life, there are 4 Member States where a relative majority of citizens believe their regional or local political representatives are best placed: France (37%), Poland (30%), the UK (28%) and Latvia (26%). E-mail: The development of Trans-European Networks (TEN) is a premier issue of European environmental benefits, environmental impact assessment, transport demand forecasts The consultation was framed by two Commission Working Documents (EC. Trans-European Transport Networks: Options for a sustainable future 1. Trans-European Transport Networks: time for revision This paper looks at the trans-European transport networks (TEN-T) and the discussions surrounding the revision of Decision No 1692/96/EC5, and the Regulation 2236/956. The first chapter aims to give an NGO view on the The Maastricht Treaty gave the EU the task of establishing and developing trans-European networks (TENs) in the areas of transport, telecommunications and energy, in order to help develop the internal market, reinforce economic and social cohesion, link islands, landlocked and peripheral regions with the central Fifth Cohesion Forum on 31 January and 1 February 2011; public consultation from 12 November 2010 to 31 January 2011. (4) Consultation on the Future Trans-European Transport Network from 4 May 2010 to 15 September 2010. 1.3. Main results of public consultation A public consultation on the Conclusions of the Fifth Cohesion Report was held between

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