2010 resce 24.05.2010_def_en


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Rome, 24 – 25 May 2010
Day 1 – Monday, May 24, 2010
ISFOL, Via G.B. Morgagni 33 - Rome
The southern Regions of Italy and
the Mediterranean Countries
Dr. Massimo RESCE
Coordinator, Benevento Branch Office

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2010 resce 24.05.2010_def_en

  1. 1. MEETING WITH ISRAELI DELEGATIONMEETING WITH ISRAELI DELEGATIONRomeRome, 24, 24 –– 2525 MayMay 20102010Day 1Day 1 –– MondayMonday,, MayMay 24, 201024, 2010ISFOL, Via G.B.ISFOL, Via G.B. MorgagniMorgagni 3333 -- RomeRomeTheThe southernsouthern RegionsRegions ofof ItalyItaly andandthethe MediterraneanMediterranean CountriesCountriesDr. Massimo RESCEDr. Massimo RESCECoordinatorCoordinator, Benevento, Benevento BranchBranch OfficeOffice
  2. 2. IndexIndex•• TheThe southernsouthern RegionsRegions ofof ItalyItaly–– TheThe ItalianItalian RepublicRepublic –– GovernanceGovernance’’ss articulationarticulation–– IdentificationIdentification ofof southernsouthern RegionsRegions–– ContextContext analysisanalysis–– TheThe EuropeanEuropean CohesionCohesion PolicyPolicy –– ObjectivesObjectives 20072007 -- 20132013–– RegionalRegional OperationalOperational ProgrammeProgramme ESF 2007ESF 2007 –– 2013, the2013, the financialfinancial allocationallocation ofofConvergenceConvergence RegionsRegions–– RegionalRegional OperationalOperational ProgrammeProgramme ESF 2007ESF 2007 –– 2013, the2013, the financialfinancial allocationallocation ofofConvergenceConvergence RegionsRegions perper PriorityPriority AxisAxis•• PoliciesPolicies forfor MediterraneanMediterranean–– RegionalRegional PoliciesPolicies andand financingfinancing sourcessources–– RegionalRegional InstrumentsInstruments,, directsdirects andand indirectsindirects–– StructuralStructural FundsFunds 20072007 –– 2013,2013, TransnationalTransnational CooperationCooperation MediterraneanMediterranean–– TheThe EuropeanEuropean NeighboorhoodNeighboorhood PolicyPolicy–– NationalNational IndicativeIndicative ProgrammesProgrammes 20112011--2013,2013, EnpiEnpi CountriesCountries–– UnionUnion forfor thethe MediterraneanMediterranean,, geographicgeographic area ofarea of interventionintervention•• SWOTSWOT analysisanalysis of a partnershipof a partnership withwith thethe southernsouthern RegionsRegions ofof ItalyItaly
  3. 3. TheThe regionsregions ofof southernsouthern ItalyItalyItalianItalian RepublicRepublic -- ArticulationArticulation of governanceof governanceMunicipalities Provinces Metropolitane Cities Regions StatesConcurrent competence of States and Regionsa) external relations of Regions at international and european level;b) external trade;c) labor safeguard and security;d) education, with the exception of indipendent educational institutions and vocational education and training system;e) careers;f) scientific and technological research and support to innovation of productive sectors;g) health protection;h) nourishment;i) sport ordinance;l) civil protection;m) territorial government;n) civil seaports and airports;o) wide transport and navigation networks;p) communication ordinance;q) national production, transport and distribution of energy;r) complementary and integrated welfare;s) harmonization of public accounts and coordination of public finance and tributary system;t) enhancement of cultural and environmental heritage and improvement and development of cultural activities;u) saving banks, agricultural banks and credit institutions of regional level;v) land and rural credit bodies of regional level.
  4. 4. TheThe regionsregions ofof southernsouthern ItalyItalyIdentificationIdentification ofof southernsouthern RegionsRegionsCagliariSardegna*PalermoSicilia*CatanzaroCalabriaPotenzaBasilicataBariPugliaNapoliCampaniaCampobassoMoliseLAquilaAbruzzoCapitalRegionRegions with developmental delayaccording to EU standards,therefore recipients of moreresourcesEmblem
  5. 5. TheThe regionsregions ofof southernsouthern ItalyItalyContextContext AnalysisAnalysis
  6. 6. TheThe regionsregions ofof southernsouthern ItalyItalyTThehe EuropeanEuropean CohesionCohesion PolicyPolicy –– ObjectivesObjectives 20072007 -- 20132013The Structural Funds are the financial instruments of EuropeanUnion (EU) regional policy, which is intended to narrow thedevelopment disparities among regions and Member States. TheFunds participate fully, therefore, in pursuing the goal ofeconomic, social and territorial cohesion.There are two Structural Funds:•the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) is currentlythe largest. It has provided support for the creation ofinfrastructure and productive job-creating investment, mainly forbusinesses;•the European Social Fund (ESF), contributes to the integrationinto working life of the unemployed and disadvantaged sections ofthe population, mainly by funding training measures.These Funds will be used to finance regional policy between 2007and 2013 in the framework of the three new objectives, namely:•the "convergence" objective to accelerate the convergence ofthe least developed EU Member States and regions by improvinggrowth and employment conditions.•the "regional competitiveness and employment" objective toanticipate economic and social change, promote innovation,entrepreneurship, environmental protection and the developmentof labour markets which include regions not covered by theConvergence objective.•the "European territorial cooperation" objective to strengthencooperation at cross-border, transnational and interregional levelsin the fields of urban, rural and coastal development, and fosterthe development of economic relations and networking betweensmall and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
  7. 7. TheThe regionsregions ofof southernsouthern ItalyItalyRegionalRegional OperativeOperative ProgrammeProgramme ESF 2007ESF 2007 –– 20132013 finacialfinacial allocationallocation ofofConvergenceConvergence RegionsRegions€ 0 € 1.000 € 2.000 € 3.000 € 4.000 € 5.000 € 6.000M ilioni EuroCampaniaCalabriaPugliaSiciliaBasilicataTOTAL Ob.CONVROP ESF 2007 - 2013Finacial allocation per Convergence RegionsESFCentralRegional
  8. 8. PoliciesPolicies forfor MediterraneanMediterraneanPoliciesPolicies andand fundingfunding sourcessources forfor thethe RegionsRegionsEuropean Cohesion PolicyEuropean Neighbourhood PolicyEuro-Mediterranean PartnershipUnion for the MediterraneanNational policies and initiativesCommon Agricultural Policy(CAP)ERDFESFInfraMED*NF - RFFSAEAFRDEFFMediterraneanBank*ENPI IPAERDF
  9. 9. TheThe regionsregions ofof southernsouthern ItalyItalyROP ESF 2007ROP ESF 2007 –– 20132013 financialfinancial allocationallocation ofof ConvergenceConvergence RegionsRegionsperper prioritypriority AxisAxis0,00%10,00%20,00%30,00%40,00%50,00%60,00%I-AdaptabilityII-OccupabilityIII-SocialinclusionIV-HumanCapitalV-TransnationalityandinterregionalityVI-TechnicalAssistanceVII-InstitutionalBuildingROP ESF 2007 - 2013 Ob. CONVfinacial allocation per priority AxisCampaniaCalabriaPugliaSiciliaBasilicata
  10. 10. TheThe policiespolicies and theand the MediterraneanMediterraneanDirect andDirect and indirectindirect instrumentsinstruments forfor RegionsRegionsIndirect DirectOb. ETC PROGRAMMESA. Internal CooperationI. Trans-border1. OP Italia – MaltaII. Transn-national1. MED 2007-20132. South – East Europe3. Central EuropeIII. Inter-regional1. Interreg IV.C2. Urbact II3. Interact II4. ESPON 20135. RfECB. External CooperationI. Horizontals1. Stabilitày2. Democracy and human rights3. Nuclear Security4. Humanitarian AidII. GeographicsI. ENPI (CBC: MED and Italy -Tunisia )II. IPA – DCI -ICI•State- Regions Initiatives•OP ESF•OP ERDF•RDP (Inter-territorial andTransnational Cooperation – 421)
  11. 11. PoliciesPolicies forfor MediterraneanMediterraneanStructuralStructural fundsfunds 20072007 –– 2013,2013, TransnationalTransnational CooperationCooperationMediterraneanMediterranean
  12. 12. PoliciesPolicies forfor MediterraneanMediterraneanTheThe EuropeanEuropean NeighboorhoodNeighboorhood PolicyPolicyEuropeanUnionCandidate andpotential candidatecountriesEuropeanNeighbourhoodPolicy
  13. 13. PoliciesPolicies forfor MediterraneanMediterraneanENPIENPI -- EuropeanEuropean NeighbourhoodNeighbourhood and Partnershipand Partnership InstrumentInstrument --NationalNational IndicativeIndicative ProgrammeProgramme 20112011--201320136total6I. Support for implementation of the jointpriorities agreed in the EU-Israel ENPAction Plan.Israel223total45IV. Support to the implementation of theAction Plan93III. Sustainability of the growth process40II .Trade, enterprise and investmentdevelopment45I. Supporting jordan’s reform in the areas ofdemocracy, human rights media andjusticeJordan450totale210III. Ensuring the sustainability of thedevelopment process with effectivesocial, economic and environmentalpolicies and better management ofnatural resources189II. Developing the competitiveness andproductivity of the Egyptian economy50I. Supporting Egypt’s reforms in the areas ofdemocracy, human rights, goodgovernance and justiceEgypt172Total Budget ALGERIA96-100Axis__2_Economic growth and employability72-76Axis_1_ Sustainable development andcultureAlgeriaMLN EuroPRIORITY AREACOUNTRYENPI - National Indicative Programme 2011-2013129total47III. Support for social reforms57II. Support for economic reform25I. Support for political and administrative reformSyria240total15-20IV. Supporting reform in the areas of justice76-84III. Developing the competitiveness and productivity ofthe economy84-90Axis_2_Support Programme for inclusion II48-64Axis_1_Social and Employability SupportTunisia580,5total87Axis_ 5 _Environmental protection87Axis_4_Good governance and human rights232,2Axis_3_Support to institutions50,05Axis_2_Economic modernization116,1Axis_1_Development of social policiesMarocco54 - 66total24 – 30II. Increasing the sustainability of economic andsocial development30 - 36I. Improving the quality of human capitalLibya150total34III. Recovery and reinvigoration of the economy91II. Support to socio-economic reforms25I. Support to political reformLebanonMLN EuroPRIORITY AREACOUNTRYENPI - National Indicative Programme 2011-2013
  14. 14. UpMPoliciesPolicies forfor MediterraneanMediterraneanUnionUnion forfor thethe MediterraneanMediterranean,, geographicgeographic area ofarea of interventionintervention
  15. 15. SWOTSWOT analysisanalysis of a partnershipof a partnership withwiththethe regionsregions ofof southernsouthern ItalyItalyStrengths WeaknessesThreats•Growth possibilities with a newattention to the Mediterranean•Presence of territorialexcellences with a great projectculture•Geographic-cultural Vocation•Wide range of policies andinstruments to developtransnational initiatives•Diversified Regions, withdevelopmental delay according toeuropean average•Low investment in internationalinitiatives respect to otherinterventions•Overlaps and failed connectionbetween policies•Segmented initiativesOpportunities
  16. 16. ThanksThanks forfor youryour attentionattention•• SourcesSources•• http://ec.europa.eu/world/enp/documents_en.htm• http://epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/portal/page/portal/statistics/search_database• http://europa.eu/scadplus/glossary/structural_cohesion_fund_en.htm• http://europa.formez.it/interreg.html• http://www.dps.tesoro.it/QSN/qsn_programmioperativi.asp• http://www.enpi-info.eu/• http://www.governo.it/governo/costituzione/principi.html• http://www.interreg4c.net/• http://www.isfol.it/• http://www.lavoro.gov.it/lavoro/• http://www.regione.basilicata.it/• http://www.regione.calabria.it/• http://www.regione.campania.it/• http://www.regione.puglia.it/• http://www.regione.sicilia.it/ISFOLOffice of Benevento for the Regions of southern Italy82100 – Benevento, 1 Perlingieri Street - ItalyTel. + 39 (0) 824 334073; Fax +39 (0) 824 316862