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European Territorial Cooperation programmes in Central and South-East Europe 2007-2013 Béla HEGYESI SEE – CE – INTERREG IVC Pontact Point Hungary

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1 European Territorial Cooperation programmes in Central and South-East Europe Béla HEGYESI SEE – CE – INTERREG IVC Pontact Point Hungary

2 European Territorial Cooperation programmes Cross-border programmes Transnational programmes Interregional programme

3 Cross-border cooperation Cross-border projects 1 programme / border Individual priorities

4 Cross-border cooperation (w HU) ProgrammeWeb HU - ROwww.huro-cbc.eu HU - SKwww.husk-cbc.eu HU - ATwww.at-hu.net HU - SIwww.si-hu.eu HU - HRwww.hu-hr-ipa.com HU - SBwww.hu-srb-ipa.com HU - SK - RO - UKRwww.huskroua-cbc.net

5 Transnational Cooperation 13 transnational cooperation areas

6 Eligible area: South-East Europe (SEE) programme

7 Eligible area: Central Europe (CE) programme

8 Main characteristics of transnational projects „Soft” projects of transnational relevance„Soft” projects of transnational relevance cca 250 Meur total programme budgetcca 250 Meur total programme budget 4-5 calls on a yearly basis4-5 calls on a yearly basis Lead partner principleLead partner principle 8-12 partners from 4-5 countries8-12 partners from 4-5 countries 2-3 years of project duration2-3 years of project duration Meur average project budget Meur average project budget 85 % financing of the costs + national cofinancing85 % financing of the costs + national cofinancing Post financed (6 months reporting)Post financed (6 months reporting) SEE: two step application procedureSEE: two step application procedure

9 Priorities: SEE P1: Facilitation of innovation and entrepreneurship (21%)P1: Facilitation of innovation and entrepreneurship (21%) P2: Protection and improvement of the environment (26%)P2: Protection and improvement of the environment (26%) P3: Improvement of the accessibility (27%)P3: Improvement of the accessibility (27%) P4: Development of transnational synergies for sustainable growth areas (20%)P4: Development of transnational synergies for sustainable growth areas (20%)

10 Priority 1 - Facilitation of innovation and entrepreneurship Areas of intervention 1.1 Develop technology & innovation networks in specific fields1.1 Develop technology & innovation networks in specific fields 1.2 Develop the enabling environment for innovative entrepreneurship1.2 Develop the enabling environment for innovative entrepreneurship 1.3 Enhance the framework conditions and pave the way for innovation1.3 Enhance the framework conditions and pave the way for innovation

11 Priority 2 - Protection and improvement of the environment Areas of intervention 2.1 Improve integrated water management and flood risk prevention2.1 Improve integrated water management and flood risk prevention 2.2 Improve prevention of environmental risks2.2 Improve prevention of environmental risks 2.3 Promote co-operation in management of natural assets and protected areas2.3 Promote co-operation in management of natural assets and protected areas 2.4 Promote energy and resource efficiency2.4 Promote energy and resource efficiency

12 Priority 3 - Improvement of the accessibility Areas of intervention 3.1 Improve coordination in promoting, planning and operation for primary and secondary transportation networks3.1 Improve coordination in promoting, planning and operation for primary and secondary transportation networks 3.2 Develop strategies to tackle the “digital divide”3.2 Develop strategies to tackle the “digital divide” 3.3 Improve framework conditions for multi-modal platforms3.3 Improve framework conditions for multi-modal platforms

13 Priority 4 - Development of transnational synergies for sustainable growth areas Areas of intervention 4.1 Tackle crucial problems affecting metropolitan areas and regional systems of settlements4.1 Tackle crucial problems affecting metropolitan areas and regional systems of settlements 4.2 Promote a balanced pattern of attractive and accessible growth areas4.2 Promote a balanced pattern of attractive and accessible growth areas 4.3 Promote the use of cultural values for development4.3 Promote the use of cultural values for development

14 Priority 1: Facilitating innovation across Central Europe enhancing the framework for innovation; establishing the capacity to diffuse and apply innovation; fostering knowledge development. Priority 2: Improving accessibility to, and within, Central Europe improving Central Europe’s interconnectivity; developing multi-modal logistics cooperation; promoting sustainable and safe mobility; promoting information and communication technology, as well as alternative solutions for enhancing access. Priority 3: Using our environment responsibly developing a high-quality environment by managing and protecting natural resources and heritage; reducing the risks and impacts of natural and man-made hazards; supporting renewable energy and increasing energy efficiency; supporting environmentally friendly technologies and activities. Priority 4: Enhancing competitiveness and attractiveness of cities and regions developing polycentric settlement structures and territorial cooperation; addressing the territorial effects of demographic and social change; capitalising on cultural resources, to make cities and regions more attractive. Priorities: CE

15 Programme management structure Monitoring Committee (MC)Monitoring Committee (MC) Managing Authority (MA)Managing Authority (MA) SEE: HU; CE: AT Joint Technical Secretariat (JTS)Joint Technical Secretariat (JTS) SEE: HU; CE: AT Certifying Authority (CA)Certifying Authority (CA) Audit Authority (AA)Audit Authority (AA) Contact Points (CPs)Contact Points (CPs) National Committees (NC)National Committees (NC)

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18 Eligibility of partners: SEE - Public bodies - Bodies governed by public law - Bodies governed by private law Bodies governed by public law: (a) established for the specific purpose of meeting needs in the general interest, not having an industrial or commercial character; (b) having legal personality; and (c) financed, for the most part, by the State, regional or local authorities, or other bodies governed by public law; or subject to management supervision by those bodies; or having an administrative, managerial or supervisory board, more than half of whose members are appointed by the State, regional or local authorities, or by other bodies governed by public law.

19 Eligibility of partners: CE No restrictions by type of institution or legal status but obligatory self-assessment and declaration with regard to „State Aid Principle”

20 Involvement of non-member state partners -Harmonisation of IPA and ENPI funds with ERDF -Application of the 10% rule for external partner countries (ERDF may finance expenditure incurred on the territory of countries outside the European Community up to a limit of 10% of the amount of its contribution to the SEES programme): This kind of extension of the eligible ERFA program area might affect Moldova, relevant regions of Ukraine and the concerned accession and pre-accession countries of the program area.

21 Interregional cooperation (INTERREG IVC) Overall Objective Improve the effectiveness of regional development policies Contribute to economic modernisation and increased competitiveness of Europe by - Enabling exchange of experiences and knowledge - Matching less experienced with more advanced regions - Ensuring transfer of good practice identified into mainstream programmes

22 Interregional cooperation (INTERREG IVC) Priorities Priority 1: Innovation and the knowledge economy – Innovation, research and technology development – Entrepreneurship and SMEs – The information society – Employment, human resources and education Priority 2: Environment and risk prevention – Natural and technological risks – Water and waste management – Biodiversity and preservation of natural heritage – Energy and sustainable transport – Cultural heritage and landscape

23 Eligibility of partners: INTERREG IVC - Public bodies - Bodies governed by public law

24 Further info, running projects and expected calls: SEE: (3rd call: early 2011) CE: (4th call: spring 2011) INTERREG IVC: (4nd call: fall 2010)


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