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Presentation on Multi-beneficiary ongoing IPA Projects. Given by EU Delegation to the Republic of Serbia. Regional policies and programmes in the area of education:. How do we do it? New IPA Multi-Beneficiary (MB) programming process for the period of 2011-2013

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Presentation on multi beneficiary ongoing ipa projects

Presentation on Multi-beneficiary ongoing IPA Projects

Given by

EU Delegation to the Republic of Serbia


Regional policies and programmes in the area of education

Regional policies and programmes in the area of education:

How do we do it?

New IPA Multi-Beneficiary (MB) programming process for the period of 2011-2013

Sector-based approach: the so-called Working Groups (a total number of 8) were set up in 2009 with the participation of all Beneficiaries, international organisations and other relevant stakeholders.


Regional policies and programmes in the area of education1

Regional policies and programmes in the area of education:

How do we do it?

Programming is done within this frame for the period of 2011-2013, keywords are active participation and ownership of the Beneficiaries with view of ensuring an inclusive process of needs assessment and priority setting.


Regional policies and programmes in the area of education2

Regional policies and programmes in the area of education

How do we do it?

Example: the Working Group on Human Rights, Minorities and Vulnerable Groups was set up in October 2009 and it outlined key areas of intervention within the field (the NIPAC offices nominated the representatives from each Beneficiary).


Regional policies and programmes in the area of education3

Regional policies and programmes in the area of education

How do we do it?

A Sector Plan on Human Rights, Minorities and Vulnerable Groups was also drafted in 2010 to elaborate the details. Concrete projects to be adopted under the various programming years as of 2011 are in line with the main conclusions of the Working Group and with the strategy described by the Sector Plan. At a later step, expert working groups can also be set up to draft the respective project fiches with the participation of all Beneficiaries.


Regional policies and programmes in the area of education4

Regional policies and programmes in the area of education

How do we do it?

This is the case with the Inclusive Education programme to be adopted under IPA MB 2012. Besides the Beneficiary consultations internal (within EC) and external consultations (with other institutions, international organisations, donors, stakeholders) are also conducted.


Regional policies and programmes in the area of education5

Regional policies and programmes in the area of education

B. What do we do?

There is no Working Group on education, as there was consensus on the continuation of the well-established programmes in the area:

Tempus

Erasmus Mundus

Erasmus Mundus Action 1

Erasmus Mundus Action 2

(related area): Youth in Action


Regional policies and programmes in the area of education6

Regional policies and programmes in the area of education

B. What do we do?

Process of developing the respective project fiches for 2011:

The EC prepares the draft project fiche in close consultation with EACEA (the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency), in charge of the implementation of these programmes

The NIPAC (National IPA Coordinator) offices were invited to contribute to the drafts


Regional policies and programmes in the area of education7

Regional policies and programmes in the area of education

TEMPUS:

Beneficiaries: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia as well as Kosovo under UNSCR 1244/99

Overall costs: EUR 15 333 331

EU contribution: EUR 13 800 000

Expected results

New curricula developed, promoted and disseminated

Curricula improved and adapted in line with labor market needs

Teaching methods, Learning materials, Qualification systems improved

Human resources and Quality assurance systems developed

Planned Activities

Component I: Joint Projects

Component II: Structural Projects

Component III: Accompanying Measures


Regional policies and programmes in the area of education8

Regional policies and programmes in the area of education

ERASMUS MUNDUS Action 1 and Action 2

Beneficiaries: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia (only Action 1), the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia as well as Kosovo under UNSCR 1244/99 and Turkey (only Action 1)

Overall costs: EUR 20 000 000 (EUR 8.000.000 for Action 1 and 12.000.000 for Action 2)

EU contribution: 100%

Expected Results

Action 1: Students from the Western Balkans and Turkey obtain a Masters degree (joint, double or multiple); Doctoral candidates to carry out their doctoral research and studies

Action 2: Greater multilateral exchange of students and staff between the European Union and the Western Balkans;

Planned Activities

Action 1: 130 masters scholarships and up to 22 doctoral candidates fellowships

Action 2: Student exchanges, Staff exchanges, Partnership activities to organise mobility and the transfer of best practices


Regional policies and programmes in the area of education9

Regional policies and programmes in the area of education

YOUTH IN ACTION:

Beneficiaries: Western Balkans

Overall costs: EUR 1.875.000

EU contribution: EUR 1.500.000

Expected results

International mobility, socio-educational skills

Participation in democratic life and active citizenship

Improved interethnic and inter-religious dialogue

Planned Activities

Activity 1: Youth Exchanges

Activity 2: European Voluntary Service

Activity 3: Training and networking of those active in youth work and youth organisations)


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Regional policies and programmes in the area of education

C. Wider context:

Increased importance of education (EU 2020)

Strategic thinking on the future of cooperation in the field of higher education (programme generation post-2013)

Education flagged as a topic in external policies (diplomacy, relations with international organisations, etc.)

Enhanced cooperation between EAC and ELARG

Inclusive Education (programme to be adopted under IPA MB 2012)

Education: essential component of long-term and sustainable solutions to various challenges the EU faces at the policy-level


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Regional policies and programmes in the area of education

D. An example: the upcoming IPA MB 2012 Inclusive Education programme

This strategic need was flagged in the conclusions of the Working Group on Human Rights, Minorities and Vulnerable Groups and it is detailed further in the respective Sector Plan

It should also be seen in the context of enhanced ELARG-EAC cooperation (as a back to back event to the Tempus 20 Anniversary Conference in Belgrade in March 2011, the EU Delegation hosted a meeting with the participation of several ministers of education from the Beneficiaries, and the idea of this upcoming regional programme was positively received)

The European Training Foundation (ETF) was entrusted with the task of coordinating the preparatory work


Regional policies and programmes in the area of education12

Regional policies and programmes in the area of education

D. An example: the upcoming IPA MB 2012 Inclusive Education programme

ETF set up a regional expert group in inclusive education that met in Turin (4-5 April 2011). A Task Force was also set up then with 1 representative from each Beneficiary to coordinate the work and ensure support of all stakeholders at the national level

The country desks at DG ELARG, DG EAC, the NIPAC offices, EU delegations were informed on the process launched

ETF drafted the very first version of the concept note for this programme, that has been sent out for comments to the regional network of experts and task force members

The idea will also be presented at the IPA Coordinators meeting on 16-17 June in Brussels


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Regional policies and programmes in the area of education

D. An example: the upcoming IPA MB 2012 Inclusive Education programme

Based on all comments ETF will draft the project logframe and will further consult on it

There will be a second regional meeting on October 23-26 in Ohrid organized by ETF to synthesize input on the first draft project fiche

A first draft project fiche shall be submitted to DG ELARG in autumn 2011

Internal and external consultations led by the Regional Programmes unit will commence upon submission


Presentation on multi beneficiary ongoing ipa projects

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