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New Multiple Framework Contract – Better regulation (2017-2020)

The partnership between PPMI (lead partner), Kooperationsstelle Hamburg, the OSE and RAND Europe is amongst the eight consortia selected by the European Commission’s Directorate General for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion (DG EMPL) for the Multiple Framework Contracts for the provision of services related to the implementation of Better Regulation Guidelines.

For the selected consortia the competition will be reopened for specific studies in the field of employment, social affairs, labour mobility and skills.

The purpose of these studies will be to assist the Commission in implementing the Better Regulation Guidelines through:

  • Impact assessment for the design and preparation of policies, programmes and legislation;
  • Evaluation to assess the effectiveness, efficiency, relevance, coherence and the added value of policies, programmes and legislation; and
  • Monitoring of the implementation of policies, programmes and legislation.


Kooperationsstelle Hamburg: http://www.kooperationsstelle-hh.de/?lang=en

RAND Europe: https://www.rand.org/randeurope.html

PPMI: http://www.ppmi.lt/

Better regulation: guidelines and toolbox : https://ec.europa.eu/info/better-regulation-guidelines-and-toolbox_en

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Companies from the textile sector provided more than 20 substitution case stories for SUBSPORT

Over the last few weeks Kooperationsstelle Hamburg the provider of the SUBSPORT portal (http://www.subsport.eu) has received more than 20 substitution case stories from the textile sector. Textile companies that signed the Greenpeace Detox-Commitment commit themselves to publish their examples of successful substitution case stories of hazardous substances at SUBSPORT to make their good practice examples available for the public.

The textile companies / brands include: Lidl, Aldi, Tchibo, Burberry and Levi Strauss. Some examples of substitution of hazardous substances in the textile industry are already available online. You can access the examples at http://www.subsport.eu/case-stories?lang=en. The SUBSPORT database can also be searched for textile-specific case stories using a search filter.