Study for the redesign of active labour market policies and planning and identification of internal systems/procedures for the evaluation of the actions within the National Employment Service


The purpose of this project is to undertake a study aimed at redesigning active employment policies and planning and determining the internal evaluation system within the National Employment Service.


  • Inventory / mapping and identification of existing policy measures eg counselling unemployed, unemployed job programs, training programs, programs to promote entrepreneurship, etc.
  • Penetration of target groups
  • Rate of approval of applications
  • Implementation of approvals
  • Conclusions on the effectiveness of the implementation of current active employment policies
  • Assessment of the existing system of internal evaluation of active employment policies
  • Identification and design of concrete actions and measures by policy area in particular measures to combat youth unemployment
  • Identification of ways, and methods of implementing these actions and the level of implementation, ie central / regional / local, sectoral, etc.
  • Identifying the necessary agreements and the necessary institutional, administrative, etc. configuration / changes / changes on the active employment policies
  • Designing internal systems / mechanism for evaluating the ALMP
  • Identification of the necessary indicators for monitoring and evaluating ALMP
  • Defining and describing  the Operational Framework including the technical infrastructure and Information systems needed for the monitoring and evaluation
  • Design of mechanisms for effective administration and management of the Integrated Evaluation System
  • Identifying how the mechanism will be implemented including a description of the data collection system etc.
  • The study will include an analytical Action and Implementation Plan of the Active Labour Market Policies and the internal evaluation system

Head of Section

Dimitra Aleiferi

Project Manager


Areas of Expertise

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