Figure 3.1: ESIF 2014-2020: Fin. Implementation (total costs) by Thematic Objective for EU (ERDF)

ESIF and culture, education, youth & sport

Original publication: May 2018 Authors: The Centre for Strategy & Evaluation Services LLP (CSES): Mike Coyne, Malin Carlberg, Caroline Chandler, Eugenie Lale-Demoz Short link to this post: Available languages: – Study: – Executive summary:   Introduction Education and training and addressing the needs of young people are critical features Read more…


CULT Factsheets

Information about new/revised Factsheets will be posted under this heading. The complete current set for CULT is linked below: Culture, education and sport 3.6.1. Culture 3.6.2. Audiovisual and media policy 3.6.3. Education and vocational training 3.6.4. Higher education 3.6.5. Youth 3.6.6. Language policy 3.6.7. Sport 3.6.8. Communication policy  

Figure 1: Relationships between European dual career stakeholders

Qualifications/Dual Careers in Sports

Original publication: February 2016 Authors: University of Rome Foro Italico, Italy: Capranica Laura, Guidotti Flavia Short link to this post: Available languages: Background European elite athletes are expected to undertake higher education in combination with their sporting careers to achieve a holistic development and to advance their potential role Read more…


Integrity and Good Governance in Sport

Original publication: December 2015 Author: David Walsh Short link to this post: Available languages: Executive Summary The author describes his progress from sports enthusiast to sceptic following repeated  experiences, as a journalist, of frauds in high-level sports including athletics and swimming but especially cycling. These frauds involved performance-enhancing drugs Read more…

Table 4: Statistical Definition: share of national employment, in % of heads

The Economic Dimension of Sport

Original publication: September 2015 Authors: SportsEconAustria: Anna Kleissner, Günther Grohall Short link to this post: Available languages: Overview In 2012 the “Study on the Contribution of Sport to Economic Growth and Employment in the European Union” was carried based on the back-then 27 EU Member States focussing on sport Read more…