Session 3 Peyrony MOT

Report
Cross-border cooperation and regional
development
Porto, 19 April 2013
Jean PEYRONY
Director-General of MOT,
Executive Director of CECICN
CECICN = city networks involved in
cooperation (cross-border and
macro regions)
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CECICN and AEBR document
on Smart Cooperation
matrix
Smart Growth
Sustainable
Growth
Cooperation contributing
to the Single Market and EU 2020
Free movement of
people
Free movement of
goods/capital
Free movement of
services
-student mobility
-cooperation
between universities
-joint smart
specialization
-…
-CB public transport
-coherent planning
and management of
infrastructure
-…
-CB and transnational
clusters
-development of CB/
transnational trading
links
-…
-Inter-operable
sustainable transport
modes
-…
-development of
services within CB
metropolitan regions
-Shared use of ICT
-…
-CB EURES
-Mutual recognition
Inclusive Growth of diplomas
-CB hospitals
-…
-CB venture capital
funds
-…
-CB wastewater
treatment, energy
networks
-Joint management of
natural resources
-…
-CB health and social
services
-joint education and
training
-…
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Example:
The Upper Rhine region
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CECICN and AEBR document
on Smart Cooperation
Smart Growth
Sustainable
Growth
Cooperation contributing
to the Single Market and EU 2020
Projects in the Upper Rhine region
Free movement of
people
Free movement of
goods/capital
-student mobility
-cooperation
between universities
-joint smart
specialization
-CB and transnational
clusters
-development of CB/
transnational trading
links
Ex: « EUCOR » Project
Ex: « Science Offensive »
Ex: The INFOBEST - Network
-CB public transport
-coherent planning
and management of
infrastructure
-Inter-operable
sustainable transport
modes
-CB wastewater
treatment, energy
networks
-Joint management of
natural resources
-CB venture capital
funds
-…
-CB health and social
services
Ex: CB Tram line, Ecocity
project:« Strasbourg-Kehl,
-CB EURES
-Mutual recognition
Inclusive Growth of diplomas
-CB Employment
Ex: the CB Job Center in Kehl
Freedom of services
-development of
services within CB
metropolitan regions
-Shared use of ICT
Ex: the CB Childcare centre
-joint education and
training
CECICN and AEBR document
on Smart Cooperation
Key ideas for Smart Cooperation
Key idea: Improving the strategic dimension of
cooperation
What is true for macro-regions also applies to CB cooperation
 Need for strategies for “cross-border regions”
 Member States coordinating strategies, legislation, financing and
institutions, across borders; with the support of the EU
 All OPs, and national/regional programs, can contribute to ETC;
ETC OPs=catalyst
ETC: flagship instrument of territorial cohesion: should be included
in all strategic documents (CSF; national PAs, coordinated across
borders).
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European level
European Union
Common Strategic Framework
National level
STATE A
STATE B
Partnership Agreement A
Partnership Agreement B
Regional level
REGIONAL
AUTHORITIES
CBC programme
REGIONAL
AUTHORITIES
Management
authority
JTS
Local level
LOCAL
AUTHORITIES
STAKEHOLDERS
EGTC or
equivalent
CB sectoral
projects
CB territorial
projects
ITI, CLLD
LOCAL
AUTHORITIES
STAKEHOLDERS
Integrated territorial development
Entry point for programming:
Concentration on Europe 2020 objectives
Thematic
dimension:
Territorial
dimension:
Smart growth
Sustainable growth
Inclusive growth
Research &
Innovation
ICT
SME
Low-carbon economy
Resource efficiency
Risk prevention
Sustainable transport
Employment
Social inclusion
Combating poverty
Education
Cities and urban areas
Deprived urban areas and neighbourhoods
City-regions, metropolitan areas
Rural areas, etc.
Functional areas, cross-border regions
Governance
mechanism:
ITI,
CLLD,
territorial
axis,…8
Thank you for your attention
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