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Overview of LEADER/CLLD delivery mechanisms in Europe. Edina Ocsko , ENRD Contact Point Glasgow, 20 March 2014. What will I talk about?. Delivery aspects of LEADER & some lessons learnt The way forward: CLLD in 2014-2020. The work carried out by ENRD in these areas.

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Overview of leader clld delivery mechanisms in europe

Overview of LEADER/CLLD delivery mechanisms in Europe

Edina Ocsko, ENRD Contact Point

Glasgow, 20 March 2014


What will i talk about

What will I talk about?

  • Delivery aspects of LEADER & some lessons learnt

  • The way forward: CLLD in 2014-2020

The work carried out by ENRD in these areas


Leader delivery mechanisms 2007 2013

LEADER Delivery mechanisms 2007-2013


Three models of leader delivery

Three models of LEADER Delivery

  • Model 1: Decentralisation of project selection competences (most common)

  • Model 2: Decentralisationof project selection & payment competence

  • Model 3: Decentralisation of formal project approval


Cross cutting challenges from leader 2007 2013

Cross-cutting challenges from LEADER 2007-2013

  • Need to define more clearly the division of labour/ responsibilities of MA, PA and LAGs - the deficit of trust

  • LAG capacity constraints (small staff, budget constraints, training needs – lack of strategic approach in capacity building)

  • Local Development Strategies: variable quality, short time for planning, measure-led approach, weak LDS monitoring & evaluation

  • Concerns about ‘mainstreaming’: application/ interpretation of rules, unsuitable for small projects


Useful lessons planned changes in delivery mechanisms

Useful lessonsPlanned changes in delivery mechanisms

  • Development of best guidance practice for LAGs (set-up, governance, recruitment…) England

  • Wide access to advances and pre-financing. Poland

LAG capacity constraints

  • More LAG autonomy (e.g. proposal for aid intensity). Austria

  • More competences to LAGs depending on their admin. and institutional capacity. “Global grant” projects with full responsibility. Poland

Clearer responsibilities/ more trust


Useful lessons planned changes in delivery mechanisms1

Useful lessonsPlanned changes in delivery mechanisms

  • Single IT system for register and analysis of payment claims. Portugal

  • Lump-sums up to 5.700; only available for NGOs; up to 10% of LAG budget. Austria

Administrative burden & small projects

  • More careful verification of the bottom-up approach of LDS. Poland

  • SWOT-based - more binding - adaptable LDS. Austria

  • Developing national rural economic targets and a model for social return on investment to be used by LAGs. England

LDS & monitoring/evaluation


The clld approach 2014 2020

The CLLD approach 2014-2020


Overview of leader clld delivery mechanisms in europe

What’s new

1. The integration / coverage of

rural, urban and costal territories

by single Local Development Strategies

EAFRD

ERDF

2. Overcoming the demarcation of funds (of the current period) through allowing the funding of CLLD through multiple funds

Integrated

LDS

ESF

EMFF


Overview of clld in europe

Overview of CLLD in Europe


How to contribute to an integrated approach at the local level

How to contribute to an ‘integrated’ approach at the local level?

  • Initiation from the bottom-up: Encourage the creation of links between different types of areas from the bottom-up – Strong (partnership-based and needs driven) integrated LDS

  • Address the challenges of LEADER evaluation (many results are ‘intangible’). Politicians & policy-makers are interested in facts (e.g. how many jobs were created).


Useful sources on leader clld delivery

Useful sources on LEADER/CLLD delivery

  • Leader Focus Group 1 on ‘Leader implementation’: http://enrd.ec.europa.eu/leader/leader/focus-groups/en/focus-group-1_en.cfm

  • Thematic Working Group on ‘Delivery mechanisms’ (including a section on Leader: http://enrd.ec.europa.eu/policy-in-action/improving-implementation/delivery-mechanisms/en/delivery-mechanisms_en.cfm

  • Leader Subcommittee meetings (under ‘ENRD meetings’ on www.enrd.eu) & seminars (successful implementation of RDPs; financing LEADER/CLLD; etc.) – several useful cases!

    Watch out for the ‘EU Guidance on CLLD for local actors’…


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