Strategically Linked

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Macro Regional Dimension - Future trends of EU
Transnational Programmes
SEE_Innova Final Conference
11 November 2014
Stephen Halligan
Trends/Direction
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increasing recognition
strategically linked
thematically guided
increasing connection to social approaches and
“grand societal challenges”
• result oriented
increasing recognition…………………
Shared Solutions for Common
Problems and Challenges
E.G.
flood protection; maritime policy; inter-modal transport
corridors; urban and rural networks; interlinked innovation
actors and systems
strategically linked …………………
Strategically Linked
Macro Regional Strategies
2007 European Council launch a strategy for the Baltic Sea
adriatic ionian macroregional area
a smart community
South East Europe
Programme 2007-2013
EU Member States:
Austria, Bulgaria,
Greece, Hungary,
Italy*, Slovakia,
Slovenia, Romania,
Croatia
Non-EU-member
States:
Albania, BosniaHerzegovina,
former Yugoslav
Republic of
Macedonia, Serbia,
Montenegro,
Republic of
Moldova, Ukraine*
Budget:
≈ 228,5 mln. ERDF
≈ 16,5 mln. IPA
≈ 2 mln. ENPI
New Programmes - Geographical Alignment with
Macro Regions
2014-2020: ETC II. Danube
Austria; Bulgaria; Croatia; Czech Republic;
Germany (partially); Hungary; Romania;
Slovakia; Slovenia; Bosnia Herzegovina;
Republic of Moldova; Montenegro;
Serbia; Ukraine (Partially)
Balkan-Mediterranean
Albania, Bulgaria,
Cyprus, The former
Yugoslav Republic of
Macedonia and Greece
Adriatic Ionian
Albania; Bosnia and
Herzegovina; Croatia;
Greece; Italy (Partially);
Montenegro; Serbia; Slovenia
Main inputs to selecting IPs
Territorial
challenges
objectives of the
EUSDR
Danube
investment
priorities
SEE lessons
(trans-national relevance,
tangible results)
Partner States’
preferences
(PC, national
consultation)
Instruments for EUSDR support
1. Facility for direct support to EUSDR governance
Each of the eleven priority areas of the Danube Region Strategy
are managed by two Priority Area Coordinators (PACs). The aim of
this element of the priority is to provide a stable source to fund
activities of the PACs on a longer run.
2. Seed money/project development fund facility
This instrument is providing support to developers of strategic
projects in the thematic fields of the Strategy. Small scale financial
assistance would be available for EUSDR-relevant project ideas.
3. The EUSDR Strategy Point
It is an independent structure aiming to provide general and
specific support on EUSDR to the work and cooperation of EUSDR
stakeholders. It will be hosted by the representation of BadenWürttemberg in Brussels.
• thematically guided …………………
Main inputs to selecting IPs
Territorial
challenges
objectives of the
EUSDR
Danube
investment
priorities
SEE lessons
(trans-national relevance,
tangible results)
Partner States’
preferences
(PC, national
consultation)
Thematic Objectives
(1) strengthening research, technological development and innovation;
(2) 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
Investment Priority
1b: Promoting business investment in R&I, developing links and synergies
between enterprises, research and development centres and the higher
education sector, in particular promoting investment in product and service
development, technology transfer, social innovation, eco-innovation, public
service applications, demand stimulation, networking, clusters and open
innovation through smart specialisation, and supporting technological and
applied research, pilot lines, early product validation actions, advanced
manufacturing capabilities and first production, in particular in key enabling
technologies and diffusion of general purpose technologies. Southeast
Europe
EUROPE 2020 strategy & EU Strategy for the Danube Region
Danube transnational programme 2014-2020
Policy driver and pioneer to tackle common challenges and needs
PA 1 – Innovative
and socially
responsible
Danube region
1.1 Improve
framework
conditions and a
balanced access
to knowledge (1b)
1.2 Increase
competences for
business and
social innovation
(1b)
PA 5 – Technical
Assistance
PA 2 – Environment and
Culture responsible
Danube region
PA 3 – Better connected
Danube region
2.1 Sustainable use of
natural &cultural heritage
and resources (6c)
3.1 Environmentallyfriendly and safe
transport systems and
balanced accessibility of
urban and rural areas to
TEN-T (7c)
4.1 Increase
institutional
capacities to
tackle major
societal
challenges (11)
3.2 Improve energy
security and energy
efficiency (7e)
4.2 Governance
of the EUSDR
(11)
2.2 Restoring and
managing ecological
corridors (6d)
2.3 Transnational water
management and flood
risk prevention (6d)
PA 4 – Well
governed
Danube region
2.4 Preparedness for
disaster risk
management (6d)
Efficient & smooth implementation of the cooperation programme
increasing connection to social approaches and
“grand societal challenges” …………
result oriented……….
Performance framework developed:
• Milestones and target performance for programme
priorities
• Limited number of key indicators developed for
finance, outputs and results
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Stephen Halligan
SEE JTS
[email protected]
www.southeast-europe.netmmmmm
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