Developing a territorial approach for the CAP- F.Mantino Francesco Mantino Rome, 13 th  October 2010
Developing a territorial approach for the CAP- F.Mantino <ul><li>Lisbon Treaty: the word “territorial” is the third dimens...
Key principles for rural integrated programmes a) they focus upon innovation/laboratory approach; b) this approaches are s...
Main ingredients of  the   place-based approach to rural policies Cultural capital Environmental and natural assets Human ...
 
Developing a territorial approach for the CAP- F.Mantino What can we learn from the implementation of territorial approach...
National network REGION LOCAL ACTION GROUP Collection of ideas and proposals; Mobilization of local actors; Collection and...
REGION- Management Authority Projects based on selection procedures and criteria Local area- Individual projects Managemen...
REGION- PAYMENT AUTHORITY LOCAL AREA- IDIVIDUAL DESTINATARIES Management activities 3: funding of projects and payment cla...
Developing a territorial approach for the CAP- F.Mantino Inefficiencies due to more complicated policy delivery (more effe...
Developing a territorial approach for the CAP- F.Mantino Increasing interest in designing and implementing territorial app...
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  • Developing a territorial approach for the CAP- F.Mantino
  • Developing a territorial approach for the CAP- F.Mantino
  • Developing a territorial approach for the CAP- F.Mantino
  • Developing a territorial approach for the CAP- F.Mantino
  • Developing a territorial approach for the CAP- F.Mantino
  • Developing a territorial approach for the CAP- F.Mantino
  • Developing a Territorial approach for the CAP, Dr Franco Mantino, INEA

    1. 1. Developing a territorial approach for the CAP- F.Mantino Francesco Mantino Rome, 13 th October 2010
    2. 2. Developing a territorial approach for the CAP- F.Mantino <ul><li>Lisbon Treaty: the word “territorial” is the third dimension of cohesion. Implications for all policies </li></ul><ul><li>The notion of territoriality of CAP less clear: objectives to be pursued and applied in the entire sector, rather than to specific territories </li></ul><ul><li>Some elements of territorial targeting introduced into the 1 st Pillar after the Fischler Reform (regional model of SPS and article 68 reg. 1782/03) </li></ul><ul><li>More diffused territorial targeting in the 2 nd Pillar: mountain areas and areas with handicaps, Nature 2000, HNVAs, Geographical indications, territorial priorities in the NSPs. </li></ul><ul><li>Territorial approach full developed in the Leader model and Leader-like programmes diffused across Europe as mainstreaming of Leader. Also other Community Initiatives and programmes stimulated by EU (i.e. Territorial Pacts) </li></ul>
    3. 3. Key principles for rural integrated programmes a) they focus upon innovation/laboratory approach; b) this approaches are strongly placed-based; c) they integrate different policy instruments and cover the needs of different sectors; d) they involve local actors through formal (more frequent) or informal partnerships; e) they manage funds in a de-centralized system.
    4. 4. Main ingredients of the place-based approach to rural policies Cultural capital Environmental and natural assets Human and social capital Physical capital State Region Sub-regional scale Private actors Partnerships/Contracts Local institutions a) Focus on a specific territorial scale b) Resource-based strategy c ) Multi-level governance Developing a territorial approach for the CAP- F.Mantino d ) Focus on investment support
    5. 6. Developing a territorial approach for the CAP- F.Mantino What can we learn from the implementation of territorial approach to EU and national policies <ul><li>TA provides collective public goods through: </li></ul><ul><li>an integrated valorisation o f the area’s resource pool (including sustainable farming practices); </li></ul><ul><li>the development of specific local markets for product and services </li></ul>3. TA can generate positive effects on local governance (efficiency of the administrative procedures, cooperation and co-ordination between public and private actors, local capacity of project design and implementation) 2. TA generates a combination of environmental, economic and social effects (including eco-system services) 4. TAs are able to use a mix of policies and combining them in a comprehensive and consistent strategy
    6. 7. National network REGION LOCAL ACTION GROUP Collection of ideas and proposals; Mobilization of local actors; Collection and diffusion of information; Diffusion of results; Feed-backs. LOCAL AREA Management activities 1: Animation, diffusion of information, pubblicity Collection and diffusion of information Pubblicity
    7. 8. REGION- Management Authority Projects based on selection procedures and criteria Local area- Individual projects Management activities 2: selection and approval of projects Selection of individual projects Lists of projects based on time of arrival and of presentation Projects implemented directly by LAGs <ul><li>Approval of selection procedures; </li></ul><ul><li>Approval of the selected projects (in some </li></ul><ul><li>regions) </li></ul>LOCAL ACTION GROUP
    8. 9. REGION- PAYMENT AUTHORITY LOCAL AREA- IDIVIDUAL DESTINATARIES Management activities 3: funding of projects and payment claims Payments Payments Annual transfer of funds Payment claims Implementation of individual projects Claims of pre-financing, intermediate and final payments (of the balance) Payment claims Payment Agency LOCAL ACTION GROUP
    9. 10. Developing a territorial approach for the CAP- F.Mantino Inefficiencies due to more complicated policy delivery (more effectiveness needs time) Setting up of instrumental local coalitions (just to make money). Consolidation of conservative local elites. Predominance of agricultural actors/interests within local partnerships
    10. 11. Developing a territorial approach for the CAP- F.Mantino Increasing interest in designing and implementing territorial approaches (Italy, France, England, Ireland, Portugal) These approaches frequently involve protected areas, regional and national parks, etc. Mix of measures, with the aim of combining environmental, economic and social aspects More flexibility in the definition of the model of partnership (different from the classical Leader model)

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