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1989-1994 – Support to economic and social cohesion was increased

Along with the new description of internal market, the obligations to support of economic and social cohesion of the Community increased. The Single European Act guaranteed free movement of goods, people, services and capital starting in 1987. Another step to unanimous growth of member states was made in 1993 by the Maastricht Treaty, the treaty on founding the European Union.

Implementation of the Community’s initiatives became the example of multilateral cooperation strengthening. The following Community’s initiatives were established in 1991-1994:

EUROFORM – development and implementation of measures for qualification improvement, related to modern technologies;

NOW – support to women for equalising of structural changes in the labour market;

HORIZON – support for integration of people with serious disabilities and other groups, suffering from socio-cultural disadvantages.