Danube 2014 - 2020 - EU-Donauraumstrategie PA8

Report
preparation of a transnational cooperation
2014
2020
DANUBE
programme
National Stakeholder
Consultation
XXX June 2014
Location
Danube 2014 - 2020
14 participating countries :
Scope of the programme
The DANUBE transnational programme 20142020 will support projects implemented within
broad transnational partnerships and focused
on improving the policy making processes and
institutional cooperation, rather than building
hard infrastructure
Envisioned management system
Programme Monitoring
Committee
Managing Authority –
ONEP Budapest, Hu
Joint Secretariat –
ONEP Budapest, Hu
Programming methodology
Territorial
• A Territorial Analysis of the programme area was
performed identifying the main development challenges
Analysis
Strategic
focus
In depth
analysis
• Based on these, the Programming Committee selected the
relevant Thematic Objectives and investment priorities, as
defined in ERDF Regulation
• A team of external experts further refined and detailed
the selected investment priorities
Programming methodology
Definition of
Programme
Strategy
Public
consultation
Programme
endorsement
• Based on this, the Programming Committee defined the mission
of the programme and its specific objectives, identifying the
specific needs to be addressed by the Programme
• “Reality check” of the programme content
• Identification of types of projects the stakeholders would prefer
• Based on the inputs of stakeholder consultations, finalization of
the OP and submission to the EC
Draft outline of the cooperation programme (status 30 May 2014)
DANUBE cooperation programme 2014-2020
Policy driver and pioneer to tackle common challenges and needs
PA 1 – Innovative
and socially
responsible Danube
region
PA 2 – Environment and
Culture responsible
Danube region
Improve framework
conditions and a
balanced access to
knowledge (1b)
Natural and cultural
heritage valorisation (6c)
Connectivity to TEN-T (7b)
Restoring and managing
ecological corridors (6d)
Environmentally-friendly,
transport systems (7c)
Transnational water
management and flood
risk prevention (6d)
Coordinate smart energy
distribution systems (7e)
Improve the preparedness
to manage risks (6d)
Improve regional energy
planning and –coordination
(7e)
Increase skills and
knowledge for
innovation (1b)
PA 5 – Techn.
Assistance
PA 3 – Better connected
Danube region
Efficient & smooth implementation of the programme
PA 4 – Well
governed Danube
region
Multilevel- and
transnational
governance (11)
Governance of the
EUSDR (11)
Development of innovation
strategies and smart specialisation
approaches
Better access to innovation finance,
subsidies and incentives for R&D,
access to venture capital (access to
finance)
Joint planning and management of
major research infrastructures
Improved coordination of cluster
policies across regions and Partner
states
Development of cross-linkages
between enterprises, R&D
institutions, higher education and
the public sector (triple helix
approach)
Support for innovative public
procurement
Specific Objective 2 Increase skills and
knowledge for innovation
Specific Objective 1 Improve framework
conditions and balanced access to
knowledge
Priority Axis 1 – Innovative and socially
responsible Danube Region
Development of innovative
learning systems
Increased skills of employees in
the business sector to better
adapt to technological change
Improved education for
innovative entrepreneurship
Develop skills and knowledge to
advance social innovation
Improved transnational
coordination of management of
cultural and natural heritage
Raise the awareness on the
benefits of cultural diversity in
the Danube Region
Strengthen common
orientations of transnational
offers in the areas of tourism
Specific Objective 4 Restoring and
managing ecological corridors
Specific Objective 3 Natural and
cultural heritage valorization
Priority Axis 2 – Environment and
culture responsible Danube Region
Improved interlinking of natural
habitats within functional
ecological networks
Tackling significant pressures
identified in the Danube River Basin
District
Joint monitoring of ecological and
chemical status of waters
Joint development of measures to
improve water quality and ecological
status
Joint management of flood risks
Building awareness for joint
environmental action (e.g.
communication to the public and
specific target groups)
Specific Objective 6 Improve the
preparedness of managing risks
Specific Objective 5 Transnational water
management and flood risk prevention
Priority Axis 2 – Environment and culture
responsible Danube Region
Establishment of more effective
governance systems for
emergency situations
Development of integrated
actions for adaptation to the
consequences of climate change
Coordination and preparation of
strategic investments in regional
transport infrastructure
Removal of “non-infrastructural”
bottlenecks in regional mobility
Capacity-building and training for
management of regional mobility
and connectivity
Specific Objective 8 Environmentallyfriendly, low-carbon and safe transport
systems
Specific Objective 7 Planning, coordination
and management of regional transport
systems
Priority Axis 3 – Better connected
Danube Region
Increasing multimodality,
interoperability and promoting the
shift to more environment-friendly
modes of transport
Promote sustainable freight
transport in the Danube region
Promote sustainable metropolitan
transport systems and mobility
Developing a Danube
Region Smart Grid Concept
Specific Objective 10 Improve regional
energy planning and coordination
Specific Objective 9 Coordinate
smart energy distribution systems
Priority Axis 3 – Better connected
Danube Region
Further develop the Danube
region gas supply model
Develop a Danube region
biomass action plan
Develop Danube region
energy efficiency concepts
Sustainable development of
the hydropower generation
potential of the Danube river
Institutional cooperation in the
field of labour market policies and
education&training programmes
Institutional cooperation in the
field of demographic changes and
migration challenges
Institutional cooperation in the
field of inclusion of marginalized
groups, including Roma
Institutional cooperation in the
field of civil society and
development programmes
Institutional cooperation in the
field of integration of metropolitan
regions in the Danube area
Institutional cooperation in
security issues, crime
prevention
Specific Objective 12 Improve the
governance of EUSDR and complex
transnational project development
Specific Objective 11 Strengthen multilevel and
transnational governance in areas with major
societal problems
Priority Axis 4 – Well governed Danube Region
Direct support to EUSDR governance
in each of its Priority Areas
Facilitating the development of
complex strategic transnational
projects by establishing a seed
money/project development fund
facility
Establishment of an EUSDR Focal
Point to facilitate the information
flow between EUSDR key actors
Are the fields of action
relevant?
If not, why?
CONTRIBUTIONS
Do you have a project idea
that would fit into the
DANUBE Transnational
Programme?
Do you have any general
comment related to the
content of the programme?
Result of the public consultation process
1. Comments and project ideas “harvested” (here and in
other national events)
2. Collected information analysed (by the experts team)
3. Findings discussed (in the framework of the
Programme Committee)
4. New draft of cooperation programme prepared (and
submitted to the EC)
Next steps in programming process
July 2014
• Public
consultati
ons
June 2014
• New draft
of the OP
September 2014
• Ex-ante
Evaluation
and SEA
July and August
2014
• Final OP and
national
approval
• Submission
to the EC
22nd of
September 2014
THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR
YOUR KIND ATTENTION!

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