Directly managed Funds 2014 2020_Euromine project


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Presentation on programming which are directly managed by the European Commission for 2014-2020. Insight into the programmatic lines of most interest to local authorities, civil society organizations, research centers and small and medium-sized enterprises in Europe.
The presentation has been shared and publicly discussed during the third event of Euromine project funded by European Commission under the Europe for Citizens program and which was held in Almadén (Spain).

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Directly managed Funds 2014 2020_Euromine project

  1. 1. EU directly managed Funds:An overview of the newprogrammes 2014-2020Mirko Podda Almadén – April 2013
  2. 2.  Basics 2014-2020 Programmes LIFE COSME HORIZON 2020 ERASMUS FOR ALL EUROPE FOR CITIZENS2
  3. 3. What is the main goal of EU 2014-2020 directfunding? To achieve the objectives of Europe 2020strategy.This means that: the new programs will be oriented to this goal; more resources will be allocated to those sectorsthat will play a decisive role in this regard.3
  4. 4. How European Commission will continueto point to a better use of resources? Through the simplification of fundinginstruments; The definition of procedures morestreamlined and efficient; Placing a greater focus on results.4
  5. 5.  Environment and climate change (LIFE) Enterprise, Competitiveness & SMEs (COSME) Research & Innovation (HORIZON 2020) Youth, Education & Training, Sport (ERASMUSFOR ALL) Citizenship (EUROPE FOR CITIZENS)5
  6. 6. Proposed budget: €3.2 billionTwo sub-programs: Environment; Climate Action (introduced for the first time insupport of activity relating climate change).Reference: COM (2011) 874 of 12/12/20116
  7. 7. Resource efficiency Development, testing and demonstration of approaches,best practices and solutions;Biodiversity To halt nature loss and restore ecosystem services; Support for sites network management & coordinationEnvironmental Governance & Information Behavioural change and compliance Better enforcement Awareness and knowledge sharing Cooperation networks Support for NGO involvement in consultation7
  8. 8. MitigationReducing greenhouse gas, included supportfor SMEsAdaptationPolicy studies for local implementationIntegrated strategies & action plans(regional)Innovative technologies, systems, methodsGovernance and Information8
  9. 9. Proposed budget:€2.5 billionThe Program for the Competitiveness ofEnterprises and SMEs will continue to support alarge extent the actions foreseen in the currentprogram for entrepreneurship and innovation,excluding support for innovation that will feedinto the new Horizon 2020 program.9
  10. 10. COSME will focus on actions to:1. improve the conditions for ensuring thecompetitiveness and sustainability of EUenterprises, including in the tourism sector;2. promote entrepreneurship, including amongspecific target groups;3. improve access to finance for SMEs in the formof equity and debt;4. improve access to markets both the Union andthe rest of the world.Reference: COM (2011) 834 of 30/11/201110
  11. 11. The Framework program for research andinnovation "Horizon 2020“ aims to modernize theframework of EU funding for research andinnovation by bringing together for the first time in asingle instrument all existing EU funds for thesesectors.Proposed budget:over €80 billionReferences: COM (2011) 808, COM (2011) 809, COM (2011)811, COM (2011) 810, COM (2011) 812 of 30/11/201111
  12. 12. The program will focus on three strategic priorities:1. Strengthening the EUs excellence in science in the world,growing talent in Europe, and attracting leadingresearchers plan (priority "scientific excellence", 27.8billion euro);2. The consolidation of European leadership in the field ofenabling and industrial technologies, promoting innovationin SMEs with high growth potential and promotion aneasier access to risk capital funding for R & D (priority"industrial leadership", 20.2 billion euro);3. Response to major social challenges identified in theEurope 2020 strategy, supporting research in all strategicareas (priority "Societal Challenges", 35.8 billion euro).12
  13. 13. Erasmus for All will replace, into a singleprogram, the seven existing programs in thefields of education, training and youth: Lifelong Learning; Youth in Action; the five international cooperation programs inhigher education (Erasmus Mundus, Tempus,Alfa, Edulink and the bilateral cooperationprogram with industrialized countries)13
  14. 14. Erasmus for All will continue to support: research and teaching in the field of Europeanintegration (Jean Monnet); European cooperation in the field of sport,(including the fight against doping andviolence and the promotion of goodgovernance of sports organizations).Proposed budget: €19.111 billionReference documents: COM (2011) 787 and COM (2011)788 of 23/11/201114
  15. 15. The Europe for Citizens program, with a simplifiedstructure, will match substantially the homonymprogram 2007-2013 and its objective is to: Promote civic participation; Increase the awareness and knowledge of theUnion of citizens.Proposed budget: 229 million euro.15
  16. 16. The program will continue to support: partnerships between cities (twinning); transnational networks; initiatives to commemorate the history ofEurope; the promotion of European debate; the reflection on citizenship and Europeanvalues ​​and on issues related to the EU.Reference: COM (2011) 884 of 14/12/201116