New reports published from the national evaluation of the England ESF 2014 – 2020 programme

Three new reports have been published from the national evaluation of the England ESF 2014-2020 programme.

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ESF Programme stakeholders including: Grant Recipients, Co-Financing Organisations, the ESF Managing Authority, Greater London Authority, Intermediate Bodies, Local Enterprise Partnership areas, Youth Employment Initiative (YEI) projects.

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This Action Note informs ESF programme stakeholders about the publication of three research reports from the national evaluation of the England 2014-2020 Programme. The reports include findings from the ESF and YEI participant leavers survey, qualitative research at case study sites and a full impact evaluation of the YEI. They have been published as part of the Department for Work and Pensions research series.

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Overall, the evidence strongly suggests that the ESF Programme has been effective so far in meeting its objectives to support people to move closer to, or into work, or to be sustained or progress in-work, through its focus on employment, skills and social inclusion measures.

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