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  1. 1. EU Funds Knowledge Building across Community Land Trusts July, 2 2013
  2. 2. Knowledge Center Social Europe Knowledge Center Social Europe has two main activities • Informing the federations of the non profit sector and the Flemish regional authorities, among others department of wellfare, public health and family, about European Policy • Informing and supporting non profit organizations (both public and private) in EU funds and projects
  3. 3. EU funds and projects An opportunity to work with European partners on innovative themes… • Develop innovative expertise or adapt and transfer existing expertise • Technological and more and more about Social Innovation • Innovation in the internal work organization • Specific training for employees, international exchange, development of professional expertise • Develop an offer towards the target group: mobility, education, …
  4. 4. What are EU subventions? (1) EU programmes: Framework for 7 years 1. Multiannual Financial Framework 2007-2013: More then 100 subvention programmes with own objectives, priorities, … !2014 – 2020: New Framework for 7 years 2. Annual work plan: priorities for the work year 3. Call for proposals 4. Project Implementation
  5. 5. What are EU subventions? (2) 3 different types of grants 1. Project grants: call for proposals – projects / actions that are in the interest of the European policy 2. Operating grants: Operating costs for a European structure 3. Tenders: call for tenders issued by the European Commission for services, research, … + Projects via the European Parliament
  6. 6. What are EU subventions? (3) Different types of EU programmes 1. Structural Funds – cohesian policy: decrease socio-economic differences between European regions (ESF, EFRD, Interreg, …) Managed by member states and/or regions 2. European programmes – mixed centralized / decentralized (Erasmus for All, …)  Some of the actions are managed by the member states, others by the European Commission 3. Community Programmes – Thematic programmes (EaSI …)  managed by the European Commission or by an executive agency of the European Commission
  7. 7. What are EU subventions? (4) Some important characteristics concerning content 1. Based on European policy and priorities 2. Each European programm has clear objectives  Match the own organisation objectives with the European policy priorities 3. Most of the time transnational: partnership with other EU countries (exceptional with non EU partners) 4. Dissemination and valorisation
  8. 8. What are EU subventions? (5) Some important financial characteristics 1. European grants finance projects – no structural funding 2. Subventions = repayment of eligible costs 3. Cofinancing – no profit 4. Prefinancing 5. One subvention per project
  9. 9. The EU 2020 strategy 10European Commission Secretariat-General Europe 2020: 7 flagship initiatives underpin the targets Smart GrowthSmart Growth SustainableSustainable GrowthGrowth Inclusive GrowthInclusive Growth Innovation « Innovation Union » Climate, energy and mobility « Resource efficient Europe » Employment and skills « An agenda for new skills and jobs » Education « Youth on the move » Competitiveness « An industrial policy for the globalisation era » Fighting poverty « European platform against poverty »Digital society « A digital agenda for Europe » 10
  10. 10. Themes in de EU 2020 strategie 1. (Social and technological) innovation: finding answers for social needs and stimulating new collaborations 2. Access to the labour market 3. Combating poverty 4. Training and education 5. Climate, energy, mobility + Social Investment Package: Social Investment for Growth and Cohesion -Child Poverty -Long Term Care -Homeless people
  11. 11. What are the EU funds to keep an eye on?
  12. 12. EU funds – a selection Overview EU Funds EU programme 2007-2013 EU programme 2014-2020 Structural Funds European Social Fund (ESF) European Social Fund (ESF) European Fund for Regional Development European Fund for Regional Development Interreg Interreg Rural development programme Rural development programme Mixed centralized / decentralized Life Long Learning, Leonardo da Vinci Erasmus for All Life Long Learning, Grundtvig Erasmus for All Youth in Action Erasmus for All European Integration Fund Fund for Asylum and Migration European Integration Fund Fund for Asylum and Migration
  13. 13. Overview EU Funds Community Programmes Preparatory Action in the field of Sport Erasmus for All Progress EaSI (Programme for Employment and Social Innovation) 7th Framework programm for Research Horizon 2020 Competitiveness en Innovation (CIP) Horizon 2020 Eureka Horizon 2020 Urbact Urbact Life + / Environment LIFE programma voor milieu en klimaatactie Daphne Programme for Rights and Citizenship Fundamental Rights and Citizenship Programme for Rights and Citizenship Public Health programm Health for Growth programma Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) Drug Prevention and Information Programme for Justice Prevention of and fight against crime Programme for Justice Europe for Citizens Europe for Citizens
  14. 14. Education, training, development and exchange of expertise & skills (1) Different programmes for different target groups • Leonardo da Vinci: programme for vocational education and training • Grundtvig: programme for adult education • Youth in Action programme: for youth and youth workers  2014 -2020: Erasmus for all
  15. 15. Education, training, development and exchange of expertise (2) 2014 - 2020
  16. 16. Education, training, development and exchange of expertise (3) Leonardo Da Vinci, Grundtvig and Youth in Action … good to know • Fixed actions with fixed deadlines (except for some activities within the youth in action programme – call for proposals)  possibility to prepare in advance (preparatory visits – Grundtvig en Leonardo) • National agencies are a big help
  17. 17. Policy Analysis and Preparation (1) New Program for Employment and Social Innovation (EaSI)  Social Investment package 1. Analysis, mutual learning and grants 2. Specific budget for social innovation and social policy experimentation, i.e. testing of innovative policies on a small scale with the aim of up-scaling the most successful ones.
  18. 18. Research and Development  In 2014-2020: Horizon 2020 1. What? Funds for long-term-research – integration of ideas en products over a period of 5 to 10 years. In the new programme more attention for social innovation! 2. For who? Research institutes in collaboration with authorities, companies, …ngo’s, 3. Technical Information  Managed by European Commission  Difficult programme
  19. 19. Regional Socio-Economic Development  Structural Funds 1. What? EFRD, ESF, Interreg 2. Technical Information  Managed by Member States / Regions
  20. 20. How to start … • Clear view on the own objectives + match with one or more European programmes • Keeping an eye on the call for proposals + do not wait to already prepare (short time between launch of the call and the deadline) • Promoter = preferably someone who has already experience with European projects • Possibility of joining another consortium • …
  21. 21. Knowledge Center Social Europe Jos Sterckx, Director / +32 02 205 00 47 An Rommel, European Project Advior / +32 02 205 00 46 Kolonel Bourgstraat 122 bus 4, 1140 Brussel CONTACT