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The EES set a high level of employment on the same footing as the macroeconomic objectives of growth and stability.
In 2000, the Lisbon European Council agreed on the new strategic goal of making the EU ‘the most competitive and dynamic knowledge-based economy in the world’, embracing full employment as an overarching objective of employment and social policy, and on concrete targets to be achieved by 2010 (the Lisbon strategy).
The EES was reviewed in 2002 and re-launched in 2005, with the focus on growth and jobs. In order to simplify and streamline processes, a multiannual time framework was introduced (the first cycle being 2005-2008) and the employment guidelines were integrated into the broad economic policy guidelines (BEPG).
Following the financial crisis, in 2010 the Europe 2020 strategy was adopted and the European semester was introduced as the mechanism for financial and economic policy coordination.
This 10-year strategy for jobs and smart, sustainable and inclusive growth defined for the first time a number of headline targets, including:
- Labour market: increase the labour market participation of people aged 20 to 64 to 75% by 2020;
- Social inclusion and combating poverty: lift at least 20 million people out of the risk of poverty and exclusion;
- Improving the quality and performance of education and training systems: reduce the proportion of early school leavers to 10% (from 15%), and increase the share of 30-34-year-olds having completed tertiary or equivalent education to at least 40% (instead of 31%)
The most recent guidelines (2018) have been aligned to the principles of the European Pillar of Social Rights (2.3.1 Social and employment policy: general principles). In agreement with the European Parliament, these have been maintained for 2019. They target four domains:
- Boosting demand for labour (job creation, labour taxation and wage setting);
- Enhancing labour and skills supply (including youth and long-term unemployment);
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The Big Data and Open Data portfolio includes projects from the Horizon 2020 Industrial Leadership – Information and Communication technologies LEIT-ICT) Work Programme for the following topics:
H2020 ICT Work Programme 2018 – 2019
- Call ICT-12-2018-2020 – Big Data technologies and extreme-scale analytics (6 projects)
- Call ICT-13-2018-2019 – Supporting the emergence of data markets and the data economy (4 projects)
- Call-11-2018-2019 – HPC and Big Data enabled Large-scale test-beds and Applications
- ICT-11b) Innovation Actions-targetting the development of large-scale IoT/Cloud enabled idustrial pilot test-bets for big data applications – coming in 2019
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