Review of the risks related to a results-oriented approach for EU development and cooperation action : (pursuant to Article 287(4), second subparagraph, TFEU).
- Luxembourg : Publications Office of the European Union, 2015.
- Special report (European Court of Auditors) ; no. 2015/21.
Special report, 1831-0834 ; 2015, no. 21
- Government document
50 pages : illustrations ; 30 cm
- Unemployed youth -- European Union countries.
Youth -- Employment -- Government policy -- European Union countries.
Youth -- Employment -- Government policy.
European Union countries.
- In 2012, youth action teams composed of experts from the competent national authorities and from the Commission were established for the eight Member States experiencing particularly high levels of youth unemployment. The action teams had the objective use of helping these Member States make the best use of EU structural funding by directing unallocated funds (including European's Social Funds of around 10 billion euro) from the 2007-2014 programming period to projects that supported job opportunities for young people and facilitated acess to funding by small businesses. Through this audit the Court assessed the extent of the redirection exercise in relation to the unallocated ESF funding and the contribution made by the youth action teams in this regard in helping national authorities reallocate funds to projects that would make the 'biggest difference in the shortest time'.
- "European Court of Auditors"--Cover.
Includes bibliographical references.
- European Court of Auditors, issuing body.
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