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The Future of European Transnational Programmes

The Future of European Transnational Programmes Imre Csalagovits Stephen Halligan South East Europe Joint Technical Secretariat

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The Future of European Transnational Programmes

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  1. The Future of European Transnational Programmes Imre Csalagovits Stephen Halligan South East Europe Joint Technical Secretariat Fidibe Closing Conference, 1 December 2011

  2. Agenda • The future: Commission position • The future: SEE Programme • Questions and Answers

  3. Commission Position “20 years after the beginning of INTERREG and European Territorial Co-operation this objective has lost none of its importance. On the contrary, the global financial and economic crisis clearly showed that we need tostep up our efforts to overcome structural deficits and to work better across national, regional and local borders” Johannes Hahn Commissioner for Regional Policy

  4. Commission Position-findings- Results of consultations and impact assessments: Broad consensus about the high value added of European Territorial Cooperation but needs to develop: - integration with all levels of strategic planning - standardisation of rules and procedures • legal framework to better address multi-national contexts • priority topics for intervention • complementary and integrated approach between programmes

  5. Commission Position proposed regulations (June/Oct 2011) • integration of cooperation in overall strategic framework (Common Strategic Framework & Partnership Contract) • thematic concentration (limited no. of thematic objectives (4/11)) • support for development & implementation of Macro Regional Strategies • increased budget proposed • synergies between programmes to be promoted • performance framework • simplification incl. greater harmonisation of rules; audit • specific rules for the application of State Aid • coverage of regions both inside and outside EU

  6. Territorial Cooperation

  7. Commission Position proposed regulations (themes) • Strengthening research, technological development and innovation • Enhancing access to, and use and quality of, information and communication technologies • 3.Enhancing the competitiveness of small and medium-sized enterprises, the agricultural sector (for the EAFRD) and the fisheries and aquaculture sector (for the EMFF) • 4. Supporting the shift towards a low-carbon economy in all sectors • 5. Promoting climate change adaptation, risk prevention and management • 6. Protecting the environment and promoting resource efficiency • 7. Promoting sustainable transport and removing bottlenecks in key network infrastructures • 8. Promoting employment and supporting labour mobility • 9. Promoting social inclusion and combating poverty • 10. Investing in education, skills and lifelong learning • 11. Enhancing institutional capacity and an efficient public administration

  8. Themes/Investment Priorities

  9. Themes/Investment Priorities

  10. Timeline • November-December 2011: Communication from the Commission – Common Strategic Framework • January 2012: Public consultation on Communication • June 2012: Proposal to the Council and European Parliament – Common Strategic Framework • 2012-2013: Adoption of new legislative package and agreement on new budget post 2013 • 2014: Entry into force and adoption of programmes

  11. Specific Theme Consideration • Innovation Union -Common Strategic Agenda • Smart Specialisation -efficient, effective and synergetic use of public investments • Macro Regional Strategies - e.g. Danube Region • European Institute for Innovation &Technology • integrated Knowledge Innovation Communities • Public Private Partnership

  12. The SEE Programme • EU Member States: • Austria, Bulgaria, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Slovakia, Slovenia, Romania • Non-EU-member States: • Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Serbia, Montenegro, Republic of Moldova, Ukraine • (Italy and Ukraine do not participate with its whole territory)

  13. SEE Programme 2014-2020 Preparation (context) Presently one of 13 Transnational Programmes (June 2012 decision) • Alpine SpaceNorth West Europe • Northern Periphery • South East Europe • South West Europe • Mac Region • Caribbean Region • Indian Ocean Region • Atlantic Area • Baltic Sea Region • Central Europe • Mediterranean • North Sea Region

  14. SEE Programme 2014-2020 Preparation (actions) • background study (2010) • first evaluation report (2011) • assessment of existing programme (priorities/AoIs) • with proposed regulations • strategic seminar • series of task force meeting in 2012 • see Monitoring Committee & national coordination • ex ante workplan development • Operational Manual – under consideration

  15. Contacts Imre Csalagovits Director of the South East Europe Programme Southeast Europe JTS H-1016 Budapest, Gellérthegy str. 30-32. Tel. office: +36-1-224-3182 E-mail csalagovits@southeast-europe.net Stephen Halligan Priority 1 Project Manager Southeast Europe JTS H-1016 Budapest, Gellérthegy str. 30-32. Tel. office: +36-1-224-3182 E-mail halligan@southeast-europe.net

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