First webinar on “COVID-19, WISEs and EU Measures”

19-05-2020

Today enterprises, including social economy actors as WISEs, are facing a very difficult and unprecedented situation. Therefore, since the beginning of the Covid-19 Crisis, the European Commission has announced many economic support measures notably extending State Aids and funding opportunities and is currently rethinking its upcoming long-term budget, its Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF21-27).

The aim of this webinar is to better visualize the impact of the crisis on WISEs at EU level while mapping the EU support measures especially in the areas of employment and professional integration, and hence understand how you can benefit from any of them in your daily activity. It is also the opportunity to sharpen together ENSIE’s key messages toward the EU Institutions.

Plan of the session:

1.       Covid-19 Impact on WISEs
2.       EU Response measures
3.       Long term EU budget (MFF21-27)
4.       ENSIE’s position(s)
5.       What next (opportunities for engagement)

Premier webinaire sur “COVID-19, ESI et Mesures de l’UE”

Résumé de présentation :

Aujourd’hui les entreprises, y compris les acteurs de l’économie sociale comme les ESI, font face à une situation très compliquée et sans précédent. Aussi, depuis le début de la crise du Covid-19, la Commission européenne a annoncé de nombreuses mesures économiques de soutien notamment en prolongeant les aides publiques et les opportunités de financement, tout en reconsidérant son prochain budget à long terme, le cadre financier pluriannuel (CFP21-27).

L’objectif de ce webinaire est de mieux visualiser l’impact de la crise sur les ESI à l’échelle de l’UE tout en recensant les mesures de soutien de l’UE tout particulièrement dans les domaines de l’emploi et l’insertion professionnelle, et ainsi de comprendre comment vous pouvez en bénéficier dans votre activité quotidienne. C’est aussi l’opportunité de préciser ensemble les messages clés d’ENSIE vis-à-vis des Institutions Européennes.

Plan de la session :

1.       Impact du Covid-19 sur les ESI
2.       Les mesures de l’UE en réponse à la crise
3.       Le budget à long terme de l’UE (CFP21-27)
4.       Les positions d’ENSIE
5.       Les prochaines étapes (opportunités d’engagement)


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