Rob kauffman EU funding options for Urban farmers

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Grundtvig workshop Food in the City April 2013, a project of youmanitas.

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Rob kauffman EU funding options for Urban farmers

  1. 1. Consultancy Office Het Grote OostBeurtschip 31625 BW HoornT: +31 229 241430info@hetgroteoost.nlwww.hetgroteoost.nlRob Kauffmanrkauffman@hetgroteoost.nl
  2. 2. Exploration of the outlines ofEUROPE 2014 - 2020
  3. 3. THREE PRIORITIESSMARTGROWTHSUSTAINABLEGROWTHINCLUSIVEGROWTH2. INNOVATION UNION3. YOUTH ON THE MOVE1. DIGITAL AGENDA FOR EUROPE7. EUROPEAN PLATFORMAGAINST POVERTY ANDSOCIAL EXCLUSION6. AGENDA FOR NEW SKILLSAND JOBS4. RESOURCE EFFICIENTEUROPE5. AN INDUSTRIALIZEDPOLICY FOR THEGLOBALIZATION ERASeven EU Flagships
  4. 4. NEW PRIORITIES1. Smart growth, through more effectiveinvestments in education, research andinnovation;2. Sustainable growth, thanks to a decisivemove towards a low-carbon economy;3. Inclusive growth, with a strongemphasis on job creation and povertyreduction.
  5. 5. OBJECTIVES (1 – 2)1. Employment• 75% of the 20-64 year-olds to be employed2. R&D /Innovation• 3% of the EUs GDP (public and privatecombined) to be invested in R&D/Innovation
  6. 6. OBJECTIVES (3)3. Climate change and energy sustainability• greenhouse gas emissions 20% (or even30%, if the conditions are right) lower than1990• 20% of energy from renewables• 20% increase in energy efficiency
  7. 7. OBJECTIVES (4 - 5)4. Education• Reducing the rates of early school leavingbelow 10%• at least 40% of 30-34–year-olds completingthird level education5. Reducing poverty and social exclusion• at least 20 million fewer people in or at risk ofpoverty and social exclusion
  8. 8. Programme 2014-2020Latest budget2014-2020Equivalent programme 2007-2013 BudgetHorizon 2020 €71.0bn FP7 and CIP (part)€50.5bn +€3.6bnErasmus for All(Education, Training,Youth and Sport)€14.6bnLifelong Learning Programme(Gundtvig, Leonardo, etc.)Youth in Action€7.0bn +€885mCompetitiveness andSMEs (COSME)€2.0bnCIP (part)(IEE, EIP, ICT-PSP)See aboveConnecting Europe €29.3bn TEN-T (transport only) €8bnLIFE (environment andclimate change)€3.4bn LIFE+ €2.1bnHealth for Growth €327m Health Programme €322mCreative Europe €1.5bn Culture and Media Programmes€400m +€755mTerritorial cooperation(Interregs)€8.9bn Territorial cooperation (Interregs) €8.7bn
  9. 9. EU Structural funds2014 – 2020€376 billion (36.7% of total budget)• European Regional Development Fund (ERDF)• European Social Fund (ESF)• Cohesion Fund (CF)• European Agricultural Fund for RuralDevelopment (EAFRD)• European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF)
  10. 10. ERDFINTERREGEMFFESFHORIZONHEALTHEAFRDLIFECOSMECONN.EUCREA.EUERASMUSInnovative SME’sUnemployedLeisure boardYouthMonumentsTransport & ICTSust.Publ.TransportShippingAwaren.Cult.HistoryCombat muskratAquaponics
  11. 11. MORE FUNDINGEUROPE NATIONALLOCAL REGIONALPRIVATE
  12. 12. The ChallengeCherish yourplanBudgetCofinancingRisk analysisApplicationAnnounced:Call for ProposalsLeadpartnerObjective(s)ActivitiesResultsUltimate dateof submissionPartnerSearchPlanning

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