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VALENCIAN REGION
FUNDACION COMUNIDAD VALENCIANA
REGION EUROPEA




Seminar on application of social security schemes to
em...
Flexicurity strategy:
employment throughout working
life, the ageing of labour force
Restructuring of member states
social...
Part1
EES +LISBON STRATEGY
FLEXICURITY




  Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
Part1
       EES +LISBON STRATEGY
       FLEXICURITY




       Part2 Part3
       Social security SPAIN           valenci...
EES: introduction

The EES is the main tool to give direction to and ensure coordination
of the employment policy prioriti...
EES: Guidelines


     Attract and retain more people in employment and
                   modernise social protection sys...
A brief history of the EES



                                    The early 1990s
            The 1993 White Paper and Ess...
The early 1990s
                  the need for EU actions in labour markets


In the 1990s, need to increase the employmen...
The 1993 White Paper and Essen Strategy

"Delors' White Book" on Growth,Competitiveness and Employment

The ideological, p...
The 1993 White Paper and Essen Strategy

the European Council in Essen in December 1994 agreed on five key
objectives to b...
The Amsterdam Treaty & EES launch

strengthening of the Community approach to employment
                                 ...
The 1997-2002 EES: four pillars
The EES was initially structured into four pillars and a set of
corresponding guidelines.
...
2000 review “mid-term” evaluation
positive developments:                      weaker points:

the EES had created a common...
2000 Lisbon Council: The Lisbon strategy

Lisbon objective (2000): to become the most competitive and dynamic
knowledge-ba...
Lisbon targets




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impact evaluation

• In 2002, the European Commission issued its evaluation of the first five
years of the EES (national r...
Evaluation results: employment performance

new jobs / employment rate

Women‟s employment rate
The rate for older workers...
Evaluation results: Active Labour Market Programmes

• Preventive approach
• The target of 20% of the unemployed participa...
Evaluation results: Active ageing

• All the Member States have made serious efforts

• However, only a few Member States ...
Evaluation results: Female labour market participation

Considering employment performances in the period between 1997 and...
Evaluation results: Flexibility and Security

balance flexibility and security, such as reducing the negative aspects of
f...
2002 revision
New set of Employment Guidelines and Recommendations in 2003

Following the 2002 evaluation, the Commission ...
Enlargement and EES
Since the late 1990s, the objective of the Commission:
candidate countries define employment policies ...
2005 revamp


structural difficulties on the European social model:
ageing population
decline in economic performance

Feb...
2005-2008 Employment Guidelines
         The new Employment Guidelines (2005-8) are eight and they fit within

           ...
2005-2008 Employment Guidelines

1.Implement full employment, improving quality and productivity at work,
and strengthenin...
Further targets and benchmarks

on-going job search assistance,
• 25 % of long-term unemployment should participate by 201...
Progress towards the Lisbon targets




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Concluding remarks

The positive impact of the EES in the second half of the Nineties was favoured by the
economic cycle.
...
The process


Spring 2007 European Council (March 2007)

Member States to submit latest Implementations/ National
Reform P...
The joint report on employment 06/07
Some progresses:
Employment rate (63.8%)
but difficult to achieve the goal of 70% in ...
The joint report on employment 06/07


Some difficulties:

Productivity growth rate remains insufficient (0.9% in 2005)
In...
PART II
                                REGIONS
                                 PART III
  VALENCIA REGIONAL EMPLOYMENT S...
Regional contribution

Regions can bring some relevant contributions towards the Lisbon objectives:


1.- Promoting econom...
Regional contribution

3. Strengthening social cohesion:

 Creation of support schemes with regard to disadvantaged people...
Regions
Despite the different administrative models, the Regions are all involved in
instigating projects – in partnership...
In this context, the Regional Authorities are becoming catalysts and key coordinators
                          of regiona...
REGIONAL STRATEGIES
      ON LAND DEVELOPMENT
           IN THE VALENCIAN
                 COMMUNITY




Fundación Comunid...
Part2
Social security SPAIN




  Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
SOCIAL SECURITY
 SPAIN

The state through the Social Security guarantees for those
persons who are included within its are...
Application field:
· Subject to the benefits of the relevant contributory regime, the following are included
within the fi...
Exclusions from the application field
· The Government following the proposals of the Ministry of Labour and
Social Affair...
Make up of the Social Security System
         · General Scheme
         · Special Schemes:
         · Agricultural
      ...
Special Scheme for Autonomous Workers

                          Range of application

              Registration, signing...
When should contributions be paid?
           How should the contributions be made?

                Contribution bases an...
Risk during pregnancy

                              Maternity leave
·
                           Permanent Incapacity

  ...
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Part3
valencian region




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INTRODUCTION: VALENCIAN REGION

                                      COMUNITAT VALENCIANA
                               ...
20 YEARS MANAGING EUROPEAN FUNDS
            1994 / 1999                                     2000 / 2006
   1.040 M       ...
20 YEARS MANAGING EUROPEAN FUNDS




            ENVIRONMENT AND HYDRIC RESOURCES

              TRANSPORT AND ENERGY NETW...
EUROPEAN PARTNERSHIPS:
                       AN INSTRUMENT FOR ADDED VALUE




Permanent structures for European partners...
VALENCIAN REGIONAL DELEGATION IN BRUSSELS
The Valencian Regional Office in Brussels is part of the Regional
Ministry for C...
The Foundation Comunidad Valenciana - Región Europea:

            a new instrument for the Valencian region

            ...
Development of the Fundación Comunidad Valenciana –
                               Región Europea (2003-2007)



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45   ...
Development of the Fundación Comunidad Valenciana –
                          Región Europea (2003-2007)

        Valencia...
Re-insertion into employment


 SERVEF Subsidy ESF



                       Subsidy     People

EMORGA (year 2005)    99....
Current Human Capital: 54 people

                                                                             Gender
    ...
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VALENCIAN REGION TRAINEE PROGRAMS


An instrument of European integration
opportunity for all young people willing to have...
VALENCIAN REGION TRAINEE PROGRAMS

• La FCVRE has a long experience in the exchange of
  young people and has obtained the...
VALENCIAN REGION TRAINEE PROGRAMS
                                        interregional collaboration

•   Our objective i...
VALENCIAN REGION
                               Public Private Partnership (PPP)

       The Foundation Comunidad Valencia...
Public Private Partnership

 Public Private Partnership, the tool of the Foundation Comunidad Valenciana -
  Región Europ...
Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
European projects with the involvement of the FCVRE


                          Number of approved projects

             ...
Best Practices
                                                            Project Valencia Towers
                       ...
Best Practices
                                                   Local development

    The engagement of the FCVRE at lo...
Cooperation with Local Development Agencies of
                                            Municipalities



• Agreement o...
Cooperation with Local Development Agencies of
                                           Municipalities


FIRST AGREEMENT...
Cooperation with Local Development Agencies of
                                             Municipalities

• City Council...
Cooperation with Local Development Agencies of
                                           Municipalities III

AGREEMENT wi...
http://www.uegva.info




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We want to cooperate with you and are open to discuss new
                     ideas for future initiatives


     You may...
Valencian Regional Office Rue
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Thank you for your kind attention!


 Miguel Mares Garcés
Head of Human resources
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  1. 1. VALENCIAN REGION FUNDACION COMUNIDAD VALENCIANA REGION EUROPEA Seminar on application of social security schemes to employed persons, to self-employed persons and to members of their families TAIEX – INT MARKT 25471 Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  2. 2. Flexicurity strategy: employment throughout working life, the ageing of labour force Restructuring of member states social systems. Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  3. 3. Part1 EES +LISBON STRATEGY FLEXICURITY Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  4. 4. Part1 EES +LISBON STRATEGY FLEXICURITY Part2 Part3 Social security SPAIN valencian region Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  5. 5. EES: introduction The EES is the main tool to give direction to and ensure coordination of the employment policy priorities to which Member States should subscribe at EU level. Basic idea: economic convergence to be sustainable requires some labour market convergence. The European Employment Strategy (EES) has coordinated Member States' employment policies since 1997 through: common European guidelines and recommendations annual national action plans for employment monitoring, evaluation and mutual learning at EU level Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  6. 6. EES: Guidelines Attract and retain more people in employment and modernise social protection systems Improve adaptability of workers and enterprises and the flexibility of labour markets. Increase investment in human capital though better education and skills. Governance Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  7. 7. A brief history of the EES The early 1990s The 1993 White Paper and Essen Strategy The Amsterdam Treaty and EES launch (1997) The 2000 review and 2002 impact evaluation The 2001 Lisbon strategy The 2003 revision of EES The 2005 revamp of EES Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  8. 8. The early 1990s the need for EU actions in labour markets In the 1990s, need to increase the employment intensity of growth. Both the monetary stabilisation More co-ordinated employment oriented policy response at European level. Effective responses to prevent and tackle persistent unemployment levels, which would in turn develop into long term unemployment and other structural problems in the labour markets. Find European solutions under Economic and Monetary Union. Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  9. 9. The 1993 White Paper and Essen Strategy "Delors' White Book" on Growth,Competitiveness and Employment The ideological, political and analytical base upon which a coordinated European approach to employment was developed. Before the Treaty of Amsterdam, the responsibility for employment policy was under the exclusive responsibility of the Member States, while the role of the Commission was to promote co-operation, research and information dissemination. The Commission also assisted the Member States in their fight against unemployment and social exclusion with Community funding, mainly through the European Social Fund. Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  10. 10. The 1993 White Paper and Essen Strategy the European Council in Essen in December 1994 agreed on five key objectives to be pursued by the Member States ; the so called Essen Strategy : - the development of human resources through vocational training, - the promotion of productive investments through moderate wages policies, - the improvement of the efficiency of labour market institutions, - the identification of new sources of jobs through local initiatives, - the promotion of access to the world of work for some specific target groups such as young people, long-term unemployed and women. • It also initiated the first steps to develop common European LM indicators • The Essen Strategy was still based on non-binding conclusions of the European Councils and lacked a clear legal base, a strong permanent structure and a long-term vision. Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  11. 11. The Amsterdam Treaty & EES launch strengthening of the Community approach to employment key elements : 1. high level of employment as one of the key objectives, 2. employment as a "common concern". 3. coordinated strategy for employment. 4. priciple of "mainstreaming" employment policy, 5. Joint Employment Report + Employment Guidelines for the Member States 6. Commission may propose and the Council adopt ecommendations 7. legal base for the analysis, research, exchange of best practice 8. It enables decisions to be taken by qualified majority Luxembourg Jobs Summit of November 1997 anticipated the entry into force of the Treaty and launched the European Employment Strategy in its current form. Cardiff (June 1998), Cologne (June 1999), Lisbon (March 2000), Stockholm (October 2000) and Barcelona (March 2002). Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  12. 12. The 1997-2002 EES: four pillars The EES was initially structured into four pillars and a set of corresponding guidelines. 1) Improving employability 2) Developing entrepreneurship 3) Encouraging adaptability in business and their employees 4) Strengthening the policies for Equal Opportunities The EES was launched with a view to make decisive progress in the fight against unemployment within five years. Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  13. 13. 2000 review “mid-term” evaluation positive developments: weaker points: the EES had created a common, Regional differences in labour market integrated framework for structural performance remained important reform which enables synergies to be Bottlenecks, largely due to the skills gap, achieved across simultaneous and were emerging in a number of Member mutually supportive action. States. an increased involvement of a wide The implementation of different objectives number of actors both at the European was uneven, with most progress achieved and national levels in the EES. in employability whereas the adaptability pillar was lagging behind. An increased transparency of employment policies, as well as an Local levels of administration and other increased political accountability of the local actors needed to take a greater stake actions. at the design and implementation of the relevant Guidelines. • Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  14. 14. 2000 Lisbon Council: The Lisbon strategy Lisbon objective (2000): to become the most competitive and dynamic knowledge-based economy in the world capable of sustainable economic growth with more and better jobs and greater social cohesion (+ respect for the environment) Facing up the challenges of demographic change and global economic integration (+ enlargement) Need for coordinated action at EU level (governance) ambitious quantitative targets for employment rates for 2010: (70% overall and 60% for women) new or strengthened priorities (such as skills and mobility, lifelong learning). more but also better jobs so as to foster not only competitiveness and economic growth but also greater social cohesion. Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  15. 15. Lisbon targets Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  16. 16. impact evaluation • In 2002, the European Commission issued its evaluation of the first five years of the EES (national reports and a joint report). more than 10 million new jobs created since 1997 and 4 million less unemployed. how much due to the introduction of the EES and how much to economic improvement,? The evaluation highlighted significant changes in national employment policies, • However, the EES is also seen to have a number of weaknesses, partly in relation to the activation of the most disadvantaged groups and to policy evaluation, and partly relating to new and emerging challenges. These include: - demographic challenges - emerging skills gap - enlargement - globalisation and immigration Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  17. 17. Evaluation results: employment performance new jobs / employment rate Women‟s employment rate The rate for older workers increased unemployment has been decreasing (also for women and the young + long term) Nevertheless, The Lisbon targets are within reach Furthermore, There are significant differences between Member States . Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  18. 18. Evaluation results: Active Labour Market Programmes • Preventive approach • The target of 20% of the unemployed participating in active labour market programmes has already been overtaken by 14 Member States (excluding UK) • a rise in training to combat skill shortages • Combining training with other measures, such as work experience and individualised action plans, increases the chances of success. • Further progress in individual job search and guidance services at an early stage of unemployment (mainly in Denmark, France, Belgium, Germany and Italy). • Growing tendency to make ALMP more demand-led, and to improve the cooperation between institutions in the public and/or the private sector • An increasing recognition that integration into the labour market requires a broader range of complementary measures contributing to social inclusion, with the consequent need of more links with policies in other fields, such as ducation, health care and housing. • Nevertheless, still room to make the preventive approach more effective • Furthermore, actions often targeted on the groups with the most potential. Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  19. 19. Evaluation results: Active ageing • All the Member States have made serious efforts • However, only a few Member States have developed comprehensive national active ageing strategies • NOTE: increasing the mandatory retirement age does not automatically increase the number of older workers in employment. The key issue is how to boost the willingness of employers to keep older workers in employment until retirement age. Recent studies have shown that early retirement is frequently not the employees’ choice and some Member States continue to use early retirement schemes Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  20. 20. Evaluation results: Female labour market participation Considering employment performances in the period between 1997 and 2001, women have contributed most to the overall growth of employment Rates. The gender gap in activity rates remains substantial in several Member States, ageing female-friendly adjustments in the tax, pension and benefit schemes encourage entrepreneurship better care services for children and/or other dependents women in permanent jobs ( gender equality at enterprise level / decision making pay differentials educational choices, stereotypes :encourage men to take roles Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  21. 21. Evaluation results: Flexibility and Security balance flexibility and security, such as reducing the negative aspects of flexible work patterns, improving (lifelong) training and learning facilities and promoting the reconciliation of work and family life. Promoting a broader culture of learning in the workplace Lifelong learning is still underdeveloped. Gap in learning opportunities low skills/ higher educated, younger/older Quality of work has not been fully addressed and most Member States tend to identify their own priorities : Flex-security and gender equality working time health and safety almost everywhere Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  22. 22. 2002 revision New set of Employment Guidelines and Recommendations in 2003 Following the 2002 evaluation, the Commission adopted a “Communication on the future of EES” in January 2003. revised strategy with concrete objectives and targets. three overarching objectives - full employment (on the basis of Lisbon targets); - quality and productivity at work; - social cohesion and an inclusive labour market. and insists on a better delivery and governance of EES. Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  23. 23. Enlargement and EES Since the late 1990s, the objective of the Commission: candidate countries define employment policies that prepare them for membership of the Union and progressively adjust institutions and policies to the European Employment Strategy. The Commission initiated in 1999 a cooperation process on employment with these countries. EU financial support for accession preparations for ESF "Joint Assessments Papers" ("JAPs"), Most candidate countries consulted extensively on the draft Joint Assessment Papers, including the Finance and Education Ministries and the social partners, which helped to establish policy coherence. implementation of the JAP commitments in 2002-2003. The ten* new Member States prepared their first National Action Plans ("NAPs") for employment in 2004, along with those of the 15* other Member States. Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  24. 24. 2005 revamp structural difficulties on the European social model: ageing population decline in economic performance February 2005, the European Commission made a proposal for a revamp of the Lisbon strategy to focus on delivering stronger, lasting growth and more and better jobs. complete revision of the EES, the guidelines in conjunction with the macroeconomic and microeconomic guidelines and for a period of three years. T Synergies: national level and Community actions, This new process has been in practice from July 2005, Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  25. 25. 2005-2008 Employment Guidelines The new Employment Guidelines (2005-8) are eight and they fit within three priorities: 1) attract and retain more people in employment, increase labour supply and modernise social protection systems; 2) improve adaptability of workers and enterprises; 3) increase investment in human capital through better education and skills ambitious new programme of mutual learning exchange of good practice and the Dissemination, including at regional level, Combined with a better use of EU financial resources, European Social Fund , Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  26. 26. 2005-2008 Employment Guidelines 1.Implement full employment, improving quality and productivity at work, and strengthening social and territorial cohesion 2.Promote a lifecycle approach to work 3.Ensure inclusive labour markets, enhance work attractiveness, and make work pay for job-seekers, including disadvantaged people and the inactive 4.Improve matching of labour market needs 5.Promote flexibility combined with employment security and reduce labour market segmentation, having due regard to the role of the social partners 6.Ensure employment-friendly labour cost developments and wage-setting mechanisms 7.Expand and improve investment in human capital 8.Adapt education and training systems in response to new competence requirements Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  27. 27. Further targets and benchmarks on-going job search assistance, • 25 % of long-term unemployment should participate by 2010 in an active measure in the form of training, retraining, work practice, or other employability measure, with the aim of achieving the average of the three most advanced Member States, • jobseekers throughout the EU are able to consult all job vacancies advertised through Member States„ employment services, • an increase by five years, at EU level, of the actual average exit age from the labour market by 2010 (compared to 59,9 in 2001), • the provision of childcare by 2010 to at least 90% of children between 3 years old and the mandatory school age and at least 33% of children under 3 years of age, • an EU average rate of no more than 10% early school leavers, • at least 85% of 22-year olds in the EU should have completed upper secondary education by 2010, • the EU average level of participation in lifelong learning should be at least 12,5% of the adult working-age population (25 to 64 age group). Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  28. 28. Progress towards the Lisbon targets Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  29. 29. Concluding remarks The positive impact of the EES in the second half of the Nineties was favoured by the economic cycle. However, structural improvements have occurred since 1997 thanks to reforms in a number of areas, such as competition policy and labour markets. • These improvements are reflected in: - lower structural rates of unemployment, - lower long-term unemployment rates; - increased efficiency in matching between the unemployed and vacancies; - a rise in aggregate labour demand; - a positive effect of atypical labour contracts, such as part-time and fixed-term - an increase in expenditure on labour market policies, - Further progress transitions from temporary to permanent jobs and out of low-paid jobs. - Lower labour market gaps related to gender and age - Economic slowdown can negatively impact on social cohesion, ( new Member States) - Need to better balance social and economic objectives Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  30. 30. The process Spring 2007 European Council (March 2007) Member States to submit latest Implementations/ National Reform Programmes (Oct. 2007) Commission to present its third Annual Progress Report (Dec. 2007) Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  31. 31. The joint report on employment 06/07 Some progresses: Employment rate (63.8%) but difficult to achieve the goal of 70% in 2010; Employment of ageing people (42.5%) but difficult to achieve the goal of 50% in 2010; Good progress in women‟s employment (56.3%) the 2010 goal will be probably achieved; Social reforms and a more balanced situation of Public Finances. Some difficulties: Productivity growth rate remains insufficient (0.9% in 2005) Insufficient participation of adults in life long training; School abandonment still high The flexibility of labour market Employment of some social groups : young people, women, migrants. Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  32. 32. The joint report on employment 06/07 Some difficulties: Productivity growth rate remains insufficient (0.9% in 2005) Insufficient participation of adults in life long training; School abandonment still high The flexibility of labour market Employment of some social groups : young people, women, migrants. Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  33. 33. PART II REGIONS PART III VALENCIA REGIONAL EMPLOYMENT STRATEGY Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  34. 34. Regional contribution Regions can bring some relevant contributions towards the Lisbon objectives: 1.- Promoting economic growth: The regional planning of Stockholm in the economic field and education and training; Innovation strategies The creation of Employment and Economic Development Centres; Life long training strategies; The creation of economic development agencies; Consultancy and training for SMEs. 2. Achieving full employment: Regional and local employment strategies; Active employment policies regarding job creation; Modernisation of the employment services. Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  35. 35. Regional contribution 3. Strengthening social cohesion: Creation of support schemes with regard to disadvantaged people groups; Specific programmes for immigrants; Creation of working/learning places to improve the link between education and the labour market; Measures regarding prevention of school drop outs. 4. Governance: The formulation of regional employment strategies; Social dialogue; Monitoring and evaluation practices. Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  36. 36. Regions Despite the different administrative models, the Regions are all involved in instigating projects – in partnership with other players; Employment and training policies are still insufficiently integrated with policies in other areas that also contribute to competitiveness. However, a number of examples show that where strategic approaches do exist at regional level, policy integration and coordination is improved; Decentralisation encourages policy coordination and integration. Regions that have greater competence achieve a greater degree of policy integration and coordination. Proximity to the issues at stake is therefore a key success factor; Governance is an important factor in the success of employment and training policies. Achievement of positive results in development processes is increasingly dependent on the capacity of the various public and private players to be actively involved in the design and delivery of policies; Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  37. 37. In this context, the Regional Authorities are becoming catalysts and key coordinators of regional development processes. Their specific role is one of networking and getting various partners to work together towards achieving development objectives. Coordination with other administrative levels is necessary if the policies are to be effective. Considerable progress remains to be made in this area. Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  38. 38. REGIONAL STRATEGIES ON LAND DEVELOPMENT IN THE VALENCIAN COMMUNITY Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  39. 39. Part2 Social security SPAIN Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  40. 40. SOCIAL SECURITY SPAIN The state through the Social Security guarantees for those persons who are included within its area of application, either because they carry out a professional occupation and pays contributions or because they fulfil the requirements laid down, under the regulations concerning the non-contributory regime, as well as having relatives or other persons who depend on them; the necessary protection in accordance with the contingencies and risks laid down by law. Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  41. 41. Application field: · Subject to the benefits of the relevant contributory regime, the following are included within the field of application of the Social Security System, whatever their sex, marital status or profession: Spanish nationals who live in Spain as well as foreigners who live or are dwelling legally in Spain, always provided that in the above conditions as stated, they carry out their activities within Spanish national territory and fall into one of the following categories · Employed workers. · Self-employed or autonomous workers. · Member workers of Associated Labour Co-operative. · Students. · Civil Servants- both civilians and military personnel · Subject to the benefits pertaining to the non-contributory regime, the following are included in the application of the Social Security System: All Spanish residents in Spanish national territory and the foreigners legally resident in Spain. Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  42. 42. Exclusions from the application field · The Government following the proposals of the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs and attending to suggestions made by the most representative trade unions or the relevant professional body, will be permitted at the request of such entities, to exclude from the field of application of the corresponding scheme of the Social Security persons whose work as self-employed persons with reference to their work shifts or their pay, can be considered as performing marginal activities or activities that do not constitute a pre-requisite for living. · Business partners, whether or not they are administrators of capitalist mercantile companies, the corporate purpose of which is not identified by the performance of managerial or professional activities, but only by the management of the assets held by the partners concerned. Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  43. 43. Make up of the Social Security System · General Scheme · Special Schemes: · Agricultural · Maritime professionals · Self-employed workers · Domestic servants. · Coal-mining · Students (Student insurance) · Civil servants. Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  44. 44. Special Scheme for Autonomous Workers Range of application Registration, signing on and signing off Application for initial and successive registrations Effects of the registration Contribution Commencement, duration, and expiry of the liability to pay contributions Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  45. 45. When should contributions be paid? How should the contributions be made? Contribution bases and rates. Benefits General characteristics Temporary Incapacity Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  46. 46. Risk during pregnancy Maternity leave · Permanent Incapacity Retirement Death and Survival Family benefits Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
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  51. 51. Part3 valencian region Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
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  53. 53. INTRODUCTION: VALENCIAN REGION COMUNITAT VALENCIANA Total surface area: 23.000 km2  4,800.000 inhabitants, the population of the region accounts for 10.5 % of the total Spanish population income per inhabitant: 93(EU25=100) Valencia is the third largest city in Spain population density:185 inhabitant/Km2 One of the co-official languages of Spain together with Galician, Catalan and Basque is Valenciano The Region of Valencia is located on the Mediterranean coast of Spain and is part of the so-called Mediterranean Arch, an axis which has experienced one of the fastest economic growth rates in the European Union Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  54. 54. 20 YEARS MANAGING EUROPEAN FUNDS 1994 / 1999 2000 / 2006 1.040 M ecus 2.744 M € ERDF: 607M, ERDF: 2.055M, ESF: 310M, ESF: 476M, Agriculture funds: 123M Agriculture funds: 212M 3000 3000 2500 2500 2000 2000 1500 1500 1000 1000 500 500 0 0 ERDF ESF EAGGF Total ERDF ESF EAGGF Total Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  55. 55. 20 YEARS MANAGING EUROPEAN FUNDS ENVIRONMENT AND HYDRIC RESOURCES TRANSPORT AND ENERGY NETWORKS COMPETITIVENESS AND PRODUCTIVE FABRIC IMPROVEMENT KNOWLEDGE SOCIETY (Innovation, I+D, INFSO) LOCAL AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  56. 56. EUROPEAN PARTNERSHIPS: AN INSTRUMENT FOR ADDED VALUE Permanent structures for European partnerships Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  57. 57. VALENCIAN REGIONAL DELEGATION IN BRUSSELS The Valencian Regional Office in Brussels is part of the Regional Ministry for Cooperation and Participation which depends on the Presidency of the Valencian Region. The Delegation aims to disseminate the image of the Valencian Region in Brussels through region marketing, as well as to promote the training to the young of the Valencian Region by means of the promotion of public programs and private grants. It represents, defend and promotes the Valencian Region interest before the European Union. In order to achieve this goals the Delegation works closely with the different European institutions, the Spanish Permanent Representation to the EU, the Regional Offices and other permanent representations of other European Members. Active participation in the European parliament activities and Committee of the Regions (Commission RELEX and DEVE) initiatives in favour of economic growth and subsidiarity respect . Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  58. 58. The Foundation Comunidad Valenciana - Región Europea: a new instrument for the Valencian region FCVRE Foundation Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea (created in 2003) Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  59. 59. Development of the Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea (2003-2007) 50 45 54 40 72 35 41 30 25 20 15 10 5 6 0 0 3 0 0 Human Resources Antennas Agreements Projects Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  60. 60. Development of the Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea (2003-2007) Valencian people trained about European issues 60 50 54 40 30 20 6 6 24 24 0 0 10 6 0 Re- Trainees Local TOTAL insertion Agents Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  61. 61. Re-insertion into employment SERVEF Subsidy ESF Subsidy People EMORGA (year 2005) 99.968.94€ 15 Mobility Programmes and Traineeships EMORGA (year 2006) 79.976.49€ 13 People “Youong Salary” 74.951.05€ 6 EURODYSEE 5 (year2005) TOTAL 254.896.48 34 Traineeships at other entities 30 (IMPIVA, IVEX, FEPORTS, Development Cooperation) TOTAL 35 Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea 61
  62. 62. Current Human Capital: 54 people Gender CAPITAL HUMANO 40 FCVRE 2006 30 16 31 20 Men Wom en Trainees; 10 15% 0 2007 Degrees Re-insertion into 50 Fixed Staff; employment 40 62% 23% 30 36 Bachelor 20 Graduate 10 11 0 2007 Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
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  65. 65. VALENCIAN REGION TRAINEE PROGRAMS An instrument of European integration opportunity for all young people willing to have an experience abroad or to complete their studies within the framework of a European programme of mobility of this institution. Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  66. 66. VALENCIAN REGION TRAINEE PROGRAMS • La FCVRE has a long experience in the exchange of young people and has obtained the leadership as office welcoming young European people coming for internships. The FCVRE does not only have experience in terms of training, besides it is leader in innovation, technology and projects difusión. • From our institution, young people are offered an adequate methodology and taking into account a number of thematic areas developing themes of interest for the Valencian Community. • Under the supervision of a tutor, carry out tasks of support, thus gaining training and professional internship which will help them finding a job. Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  67. 67. VALENCIAN REGION TRAINEE PROGRAMS interregional collaboration • Our objective is to keep progressing in the interregional collaboration within the scope of the EU, in which the Valencian Community raises the possibility for young people with certain experience, knowledge of languages and motivated to work of joining the liaison offices of the European regions. • The fundamental objective is to narrow the ties of cooperation between regions including the young people within their own funding programmes, or within the European programmes of employment and training. • Common Project • Defined by the participating regions in the exchange. The young people would be under the supervision of two tutors according to the following criteria: • -Internships during three days in the hosting office and another one in the office of origin in order to coordinate and supervise the tasks by the tutor of origin. • -On Fridays, the trainee could keep on working at the FCVRE in order to continue his training on themes of management, languages, European institutions, etc. for instance. • www.uegva.info adl@delcomval.be Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  68. 68. VALENCIAN REGION Public Private Partnership (PPP) The Foundation Comunidad Valenciana - Región Europea: a new instrument for the Valencian region  Public sector  Private sector Regional Energy, and local saving banks, administrations chambers of commerce, Public organizations universities, pro associations Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  69. 69. Public Private Partnership  Public Private Partnership, the tool of the Foundation Comunidad Valenciana - Región Europea promotes and provide European service to social and economic bodies in our region.  In 1999, the first policy on PPP was approved to develop innovation projects on the framework of the urban management by means of the research of new technologies solutions:. www.valenciainnova.info  The Valencian Government has identified PPP as a priority and collaborates with the Foundation on the expenses: location, infrastructure…  12% of operational expenses are financed by the Valencian Government  48% other entities support: Intercitrus, IMPIVA, FEPORTS, Saving Banks Association, Feria Valencia, Feria de Alicante…  40% Self – financing: European projects, allowance, services to third parties… Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
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  71. 71. European projects with the involvement of the FCVRE Number of approved projects 41 Valencian budget of approved projects 54.0 Mo € Total budget of approved projects 109.2 Mo € Projects under evaluation 10 projects Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  72. 72. Best Practices Project Valencia Towers Port of Valencia Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  73. 73. Best Practices Local development The engagement of the FCVRE at local and regional level is to promote the relations between municipalities and provinces with other European regions • Objetive: promote the participation of municipalities among the transnational cooperation, participation in European projects, agreements in technological and innovation transfer between municipalities, as well as signature of agreements in technical assistance or regional networks. • Local and regional governments can participate in the new strategic objectives of the EU • The local and regional governments can be an example of change innovating directly in municipal structures and improving the services for citizens. Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  74. 74. Cooperation with Local Development Agencies of Municipalities • Agreement of cooperation between FCVRE and the Federation of Municipalities and Provinces • Stage of Local Development Agents in Brussels • Training programes • Duration around 6 months • Objective of the stage: direct participation in projects among european funds and municipalities networks Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  75. 75. Cooperation with Local Development Agencies of Municipalities FIRST AGREEMENT with municipality of San Antonio de Benagéber . Incorporation date in Brussels: April 2005 Participation in Open days International meetings Taiex / Employment projects . Objective: Leader in environment and cultural projects . Contact: Miguel Mares Garcés (sabenageber_adl@gva.es), Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  76. 76. Cooperation with Local Development Agencies of Municipalities • City Council of Vila-real: after municipal elections they have created a new European integration department to coordinate and develop European projects • City Council of Vila-real: after municipal elections they have created a new European integration department to coordinate and develop European projects • AGREEMENT with municipality of Vila-Real (Castellón) • . Incorporation date in Brussels: September 2006 • . Objective: participation in three European projects 1. PROYECTO EASY ( IEE CALL FOR PROPOSAL 2006 ) • 2. ESTABLISHMENT OF LOCAL AND REGIONAL ENERGY AGENCY ( IEE CALL FOR PROPOSALS 2006 ) • 3. TAXI DRIVER ( LEONARDO PROGRAMME ) • – Contact: Amelia Delcampo Carda ( afic@ajvila-real.es) Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  77. 77. Cooperation with Local Development Agencies of Municipalities III AGREEMENT with County Council of La Ribera Alta Incorporation date: February 2007 Objective: participation in European projects Contact: Laura Bas (innovacion@delcomval.be ) County Council of La Mancomunitat de la Ribera. Among a consortium with other County Council they have created two autonomous entities for economic and social development in the cities: PATER (Territorial Pact for Employment) involved in projects. and Energy Agency (AER) to establish a culture of energy saving and develop projects. WE ARE OPEN TO RECEIVE YOUR EXPERTS AND SHARE EXPERIENCES, TO PARTICIPATE IN EU FUNDING ! Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  78. 78. http://www.uegva.info Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
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  84. 84. We want to cooperate with you and are open to discuss new ideas for future initiatives You may find further information on our website: www.uegva.info Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  85. 85. Valencian Regional Office Rue de la Loi, 227 – 4th Floor B-1040 Brussels Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
  86. 86. Thank you for your kind attention! Miguel Mares Garcés Head of Human resources adl@delcomval.be Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea
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