Culture, Education, Employment & Social Lot 9
This catalog page lists the consortium members - companies - of the EuropeAid - BENEF 2013 - contract.
Technical Description (Sub Sectors) of this lot
Companies in this list are active in 1 or more of the following business areas:
1. Culture (development policies, intercultural dialogue, cultural heritage, audio-visual, cultural industries and tourism)
2. Mainstreaming of culture (cultural expressions in support to other sector planning and programming)
B. Education (formal and non-formal)
3. All levels and types of education: early childhood education, primary education, secondary education, technical & vocational education and training (TVET), higher education;
4. Comprehensive sector policy design and development
5. Education sector analysis and reform; education sector plan financing and implementation (MTEF, management of the education system, planning and programming, EMIS, governance, quality assurance)
6. School management and teacher issues, curricula and learning materials at all levels
7. Higher education (Degree and diploma programmes at universities, colleges and polytechnics; scholarships and inter-university cooperation programmes)
8. Basic life skills for youth and adults (including literacy and numeracy training)
C. Vocational Education and Training - VET (formal and non-formal)
9. School based TVET, advanced TVET
10. VET sub-sector analysis, reform, management, vocational reform (including analysis and measures to strengthen the links between VET and the Labour market and to promote involvement of the private sector)
11. National (or regional) Qualifications Frameworks (NQFs), and Prior learning Recognition (PLR).
D. Labour Market and Employment (formal and non-formal)
12. Structure and characteristics of the labour force (Labour force participation and trends; Characteristics of job seekers and job search procedures; Industrial, occupational, age, qualification and gender structure of employment and trends; Gender and regional growth of employment and trends; Part-time employment, short-term contracts and hours of work; Self employment and employment in family enterprises; Employment in the public sector; Employment projections)
13. Labour market settings/management, employment services and offices (Employment offices; Market share of public employment offices; Private employment offices; Other mechanisms of intermediation)
14. Wage policy and labour market (Collective/sector agreements/conventions; Wages, productivity, inflation and unemployment; Changes in labour remuneration, productivity and unit labour costs in manufacturing and other sectors of the economy; Public/private sector salaries; Flexibility of labour remuneration in relation to productivity and unemployment; Efficiency of the process of wage determination)
15. Social dialogue (Main statutes and laws governing industrial relations; Structure and organisation of labour unions; Labour-union participation; The employers’ organisations; Collective bargaining and collective agreements; Industrial action and procedures for resolving industrial disputes)
16. Job creation (Incidence of job loss on various groups; Labour mobility and turnover)
E. Use of Information and Knowledge Economy
17. Use of Information and Knowledge Economy
F. Social Inclusion and Protection (formal and informal)
18. Social situation and impact analysis
19. Social policy institutions and their management
20. Pension policy, legislation, systems and reform
21. Social inclusion and assistance policies and systems (Subsidies, cash transfers, special programmes for vulnerable and marginal groups e.g. the elderly, the disabled, female headed households, orphans, street children, …)
22. Poverty analysis and monitoring (including Millennium Development Goals and Poverty Reduction Strategies, stakeholder and final beneficiary analysis)
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What are framework contracts?
The European Union combines different types of funding support to countries in need in the form of grants to support projects and organisations. Horizontal framework contracts are put in place by the European Commissions EuropeAid Cooperation Office to facilitate the implementation of the external aid.
Under the Benef 2013 contract, there are the following segmented lots:
Lot 1 Rural development and food security
Lot 2 Transport and Infrastructures
Lot 3 Telecommunications and information technologies
Lot 4 Energy and nuclear safety
Lot 5 Conferences
Lot 6 Environment
Lot 7 Governance and Home Affairs
Lot 8 Health
Lot 9 Culture, Education, Employment and Social
Lot 10 Trade, Standards and Private sector
Lot 11 Macro economy, Statistics and Public finance management
Lot 12 Humanitarian Aid, Crisis Management and Post-Crisis assistance
The Framework Contract BENEF 2013 is valid from 01/01/2014 to 31/12/2017.