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HUNGARIAN EU PRESIDENCY EXPECTATIONS TOWARDS THE ESPON 2013 PROGRAMME ESPON INFO DAY HUNGARIAN PRESIDENCY IN 2011 Tamás DÖMÖTÖR, PhD – Ministry of the Interior Hungary 10 February 2011
ESPON Info Day – 10 02 2011 ESPON relevant themes of the HU PRES 1.Territorial cohesion (Territorial Agenda) 2.Cohesion Policy 3.Urban development matters
ESPON Info Day – 10 02 2011 Hungarian EU Presidency about Territorial Cohesion 1. Update of the Territorial State and Perspectives of the EU (TSP) 2. Revision of the Territorial Agenda (TA) 2007 and drafting the TA2020
ESPON Info Day – 10 02 2011 Territorial priorities of draft TA2020: 1.Supporting polycentric and balanced territorial development 2.Encouraging integrated development in cities, rural and diverse regions 3.Improving territorial connectivity for individuals, communities and enterprises 4.Territorial integration in cross-border and transnational functional regions 5.Ensuring global competitiveness of the regions based on strong local economies 6.Managing and connecting ecological and cultural values of regions
ESPON Info Day – 10 02 2011 E vents: Meeting of the Network of Territorial Cohesion Contact Points, Budapest, 9 February 2011 Meeting of directors general in charge of Territorial cohesion, Budapest, 29 March 2011 Informal Meeting of Ministers responsible for Territorial cohesion, Gödöllő, 19–20 May 2011 Hungarian EU Presidency about Territorial Cohesion
ESPON Info Day – 10 02 2011 Without strong cohesion policy there is no strong Europe It is the only really integrated policy which could harmonize several approaches into a common channel that could enhance a more competitive Europe coming into existence A fundamental objective of the half-year Presidency is to promote the adoption of a substantive common position between Member States about the future of cohesion policy, to build the conditions and frameworks of agreements between Member States The basis of future money-division should be the spatial aspect instead of the sectoral approach, which should appear during the phase of programming, planning, implementation and monitoring too Cohesion policy and territorial cohesion – The Hungarian approach
ESPON Info Day – 10 02 2011 Forthcoming events: Conference on the Future of Cohesion Policy, Budapest, 31 March – 1 April 2011 Informal Ministerial Meeting, Gödöllő, 19–20 May 2011 Informal structural actions Working Party Study Trip, Bátonyterenye, 16–17 June 2011 Informal Committee of the Coordination of Funds (COCOF) stakeholder dialogue, Budapest, 23–24 May 2011 Cohesion policy objectives from point of territorial cohesion
ESPON Info Day – 10 02 2011 1.Urban dimension of combating climate change Practical handbook on Climate-friendly cities and towns: presented at the UDG meeting ( 10-11 February) and at the DG meeting (2-3 May 2011) HU PRES priorities concerning urban development
ESPON Info Day – 10 02 2011 2. Urban aspects of demographic change/migration The Hungarian Presidency will prepare a background report on these issues and organize a one-day high- level seminar HU PRES priorities concerning urban development
ESPON Info Day – 10 02 2011 Events: Meeting of the Urban Development Group, Budapest, 10–11 February 2011 Meeting of directors general responsible for urban development Budapest, 2 May 2011 High-level conference on urban demography, Budapest, 3 May 2011 HU PRES priorities concerning urban development
ESPON Info Day – 10 02 2011 On the basis of the revised TA: Hungarian EU Presidency proposes to improve the monitoring of territorial cohesion efforts, and ask the ESPON Programme to contribute to this aim. In the future ESPON could more directly observe the achievement and implementation of the TA objectives and the challenges conceived in TA2020 Hungarian EU Presidency and ESPON
ESPON Info Day – 10 02 2011 Evidence and knowledge needs for the revised Territorial Agenda and the future Cohesion Policy will address the policy orientations stemming from the TA adoption on 19 May 2011, and the contribution that ESPON can make to support EU, national and regional policies and strategies, including priorities from and the implementation of the Territorial Agenda. Introductory political discussion Zooming in session: Policy setting in different territorial context and scales Policy Oriented Panels Hungarian EU Presidency and ESPON ESPON Open Seminar (21-22 June 2011)
ESPON Info Day – 10 02 2011 Looking forward to meeting you in Hungary ESPON Open Seminar 2011 June Gödöllő, Castle Grassalkowich
ESPON Info Day – 10 02 2011 Looking forward to meeting you in Hungary ESPON Monitoring Committee meeting & ESPON Contac Point Meeting Budapest, Ministry if Interior
ESPON Info Day – 10 02 2011 Thank you for your kind attention! Dr Tamás Dömötör email@example.com Ministry of Interior Hungarytamas.firstname.lastname@example.org
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