FINANCIACIÓN EUROPEA

Programas Europeos

En este apartado puede consultar los principales programas europeos de gestión directa, en los que los que la Comisión Europea, a través de las distintas Direcciones Generales, o de las Agencias Ejecutivas, regula, gestiona y asigna los recursos normalmente a través de subvenciones, que se articulan mediante proyectos europeos, cuya concesión está sometida a los principios de transparencia, igualdad de trato, no acumulación, irretroactividad y cofinanciación y trasnacionalidad (son necesarios socios de otros Estados Miembros de la UE u otros países, dependiendo del programa y la convocatoria)

Las subvenciones se conceden sobre la base de convocatorias de propuestas y en el marco de un programa de financiación que establece los objetivos, prioridades y acciones para desarrollar una determinada política europea.

Los programas recogen las acciones objeto de financiación, así como los requisitos generales que deben reunir los beneficiarios/países participantes. Por regla general, los programas europeos se detallan anualmente en Programas de Trabajo. 

Introduzca un texto a buscar entre los programas:
Título Descripción
URBACT III

Urbact (2014-2020) helps cities to develop pragmatic solutions that are new and sustainable and that integrate economic, social and environmental urban topics.

CONSUMIDORES 2020

The Consumer Programme 2014-2020 aims to help the citizens to fully enjoy their rights as consumers and supporting growth, innovation and the objectives of Europe 2020, actively participate in the Single Market.

The new programme focuses on four key objectives:

A single market of safe products for the benefit of citizens.

A single market citizens are well represented by profesional consumer.

A market where citizens are aware and exercise their rights as consumers.

A concrete and effective collaboration between national bodies to support the enforcement of consumer rights.

MCE

The Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) supports trans-European networks and infraestructures in the sectors of transport, telecommunications and energy. The European Comission has proposed a series of guidelines for telecommunications covering the objectives and priorities for Digital Service Infrastructures (DSIs) and broadband networks.

SALUD

The Health Programme is a funding instrument to support cooperation among EU countries and underpin and develop EU health activities. The legal basis for the Health Programme is agreed with the European Parliament and the Council for a period of several years.

There are two main funding mechanisms: grants and tenders. Grants for projects, operating grants, direct grants with international organisations and grants to EU authorities and bodies for co-financed actions (called joint actions).

The type of funding available for each action is set out each year in the work plan. Unless indicated otherwise (e.g. tenders), the basic principle is joint funding, with Commission grants covering a certain percentage of overall costs.

ERASMUS+

The aim of Erasmus+ is to contribute to the Europe 2020 strategy. Specific issues tackled by the programme include:

Reducing unemployment, especially among young people

Promoting adult learning, especially for new skills and skills required by the labour market.

Encouraging young people to take part in European democracy

Supporting innovation, cooperation and reform

Reducing early school leaving

Promoting cooperation and mobility with the EU's partner countries

 

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