De toekomst van het Cohesiebeleid.

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  • 1. Promoting sustainable urban development in Europe DIRECTORATE-GENERAL FOR REGIONAL POLICY Directorate for Policy Development Merja Haapakka
  • 2. Overview of main activities: 1. Urban dimension in the future cohesion policy 2. Ex-post evaluation of URBAN II 3. Cities of tomorrow 4. URBACT II and Regions for Economic Change 5. Reference Framework for Sustainable Cities 6. Follow-up on the Green Paper on Territorial Cohesion 7. Future cohesion policy – alignment with Europe 2020 strategy
  • 3. 1. The urban dimension in the future cohesion policy (1)
    • Main elements
    • An improved urban mainstreaming
      • Thematic alignment with Europe 2020 objectives
      • A stronger role for cities in implementing cohesion policy
      • A more functional approach to programming
  • 4. 1. The urban dimension in the future cohesion policy (2)
    • Main elements
    • An initiative for bottom-up approaches (local development)
    • Supporting implementation through European networking
    • Complementing grant support with financial engineering instruments, especially JESSICA
  • 5. 1. The urban dimension in the future cohesion policy (3)
    • Next steps
    • Public consultation of the 5th Cohesion Report continues until 31 January 2011
    • http://ec.europa.eu/regional_policy/consultation/index_en.htm
    • 31 January - 1 February 2011: Cohesion Forum
    • 1st half 2011: Financial perspectives
    • Summer 2011: Proposal for future regulations
  • 6. 2. Ex-post evaluation of URBAN II
    • Tangible outputs on
      • physical regeneration
      • building the local economy
      • tackling social exclusion
      • strongly integrated at project and programme level
    • Successful projects were built on local ownership, unsuccessful were those imposed from above
    • Crucial role of larger players for the sustainability of the projects
    • Capacity building through URBACT I
  • 7. 3. Cities of tomorrow (1)
    • DG REGIO cities prospective analysis (2010/2011)
    • Objectives
      • Analysing and understanding the future challenges different types of European cities will face
      • Identifying innovative approaches to tackle these challenges
      • Which role could or should cohesion policy play in this respect?
  • 8.
    • Process
    • Involving experts combining foresight and specialist knowledge in specific domains (social, environmental, governance, etc.)
    • Linking with relevant work outside of the Commission (ESPON, other future initiatives at national, regional or city level)
    • Involving stakeholders and highlighting good practice
    3. Cities of tomorrow (2)
  • 9.
    • State of play :
    • 1st workshop „Challenges“ on 28/29 June 2010
    • - Workshop documents available on: http://ec.europa.eu/regional_policy/conferences/citiesoftomorrow/index_en.cfm
    • 2nd workshop „Models and Visions“ on 25/26 October 2010
    • 3rd workshop „Governance - How to make it happen“ in December 2010
    3. Cities of tomorrow (3)
  • 10. 4. URBACT II
    • URBACT currently involving 255 cities from 29 countries in 44 projects and with 5,000 active participants in Local Support Groups
    • Linked with Regions for Economic Change (RFEC) initiative
      • To give dynamics to regional and urban networks and enabling more rapid transfer into mainstream programmes
      • Close cooperation between Commission and Fast Track Networks:
        • Pilots: MILE, URBAMECO
        • 1st call: HerO, UNIC, OPENCities, RegGov, Building Healthy Communities
        • 2nd call: RomaNet
    • Next URBACT II call: end of 2011
  • 11. 5. Reference Framework for Sustainable Cities
    • Commission support for the testing phase
      • Co-leadership with France, BE-Presidency and CEMR
      • Launch event in Brussels March 2011
  • 12. 6. Follow-up on the Green Paper on Territorial Cohesion
    • Series of seminars on Territorial Cohesion
    • 4 key areas to foster Territorial Cohesion:
      • Territorial programming
      • Cooperation between territories
      • Coordination of policies with territorial impact
      • Evidence based policy making
  • 13. 7. Future cohesion policy – alignment with Europe 2020 strategy
    • Smart, inclusive and sustainable growth
    • Strategy for long-term recovery
    • Emphasis on innovation, employment, social inclusion, strong response to environmental challenges and climate change
  • 14. 7. Future cohesion policy - alignment with Europe 2020 strategy (2)
    • Enhancing European added value
      • Reinforcing strategic programming (common strategic framework for CF, ERDF, ESF, EAFRD, EFF)
      • Development and investment partnership contract for cohesion policy
      • Operational programmes the main management tool, contributing towards national targets set in the framework of Europe 2020
  • 15. Thank you for your attention http://ec.europa.eu/regional_policy/ i