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Presentation of the RUR@CT network Symposium 'Networking as a basic tool for lobbying' East Presentation of the [email protected] network Symposium 'Networking as a basic tool for lobbying' East Poland House Brussels, 23 February 2011 18/03/2018

Structure of the presentation 1. What is RUR@CT ? 1. 1 A network of Structure of the presentation 1. What is [email protected] ? 1. 1 A network of regions interested in the capitalisation and transfer of Good Practices 1. 2 A transfer methodology aiming at going beyond the exchange experience 2. Why [email protected]? 2. 1 Strategic foundations and context 2. 2 Objectives

Structure of the presentation 3. RUR@CT lobbying axes 3. 1 A better visibility of Structure of the presentation 3. [email protected] lobbying axes 3. 1 A better visibility of rural areas at European level 3. 2 Development of the innovation potential of rural areas 3. 3 Fame and recognition of the [email protected] transfer methodology 3. 4 Maintaining and strengthening the possibility to introduce a cooperation priority axis in ERDF Regional Operational Programmes 3. 5 Reviewing EGTC Regulation

Structure of the presentation 4. RUR@CT main lobbying tools 4. 1 Events organisation (conferences, Structure of the presentation 4. [email protected] main lobbying tools 4. 1 Events organisation (conferences, debates, training sessions) 4. 2 Public statements / answers to public consultations from the EU institutions 4. 3 Meetings at the institutional level 4. 4 Communication materials

1. Wha t is RUR@CT ? 1. 1 A network of regions interested in 1. Wha t is [email protected] ? 1. 1 A network of regions interested in the capitalisation and transfer of Good Practices

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 « SHARING FOR PROGRESSING » TRANSFER TOOLS & METHOD CAPITALISATION OF GOOD PRACTICES « SHARING FOR PROGRESSING » TRANSFER TOOLS & METHOD CAPITALISATION OF GOOD PRACTICES EUROPEAN REGIONS FOR RURAL INNOVATION Tangible and concrete projects 18/03/2018

Development of the network 62 Regions from 19 Member States 30 Member Regions (importating Development of the network 62 Regions from 19 Member States 30 Member Regions (importating & exporting) → signed the [email protected] charta 32 Partner Regions (interested and/or exporting) → less involvement 18/03/2018

Capitalisation / Database 80 Good practices in 2009 + 45 good practices in 2010 Capitalisation / Database 80 Good practices in 2009 + 45 good practices in 2010 www. ruract. eu 18/03/2018

1. Wha t is RUR@CT ? 1. 2 A transfer methodology aiming at going 1. Wha t is [email protected] ? 1. 2 A transfer methodology aiming at going beyond the exchange experience

Transfer methodology 4 methodological steps: 1) Preparatory meeting to set up a transfer team Transfer methodology 4 methodological steps: 1) Preparatory meeting to set up a transfer team composed of political representatives, technical experts, local and regional partners who will carry out the transfer process 2) Site visit in the exporting region to verify the transferability of the good practice and to determine the conditions for the transfer;

Transfer methodology 3) Action plan analysing the transfer feasibility and detailing the conditions for Transfer methodology 3) Action plan analysing the transfer feasibility and detailing the conditions for its implementation with required adaptations to the specificities of the importing region; 4) Synthesis meeting for the validation of the action plan by all local and regional stakeholders and to launch the operational implementation phase

Example of one ongoing transfer TRANSFER TOOLS & METHOD E-TEAMS IN SCHOOLS (Baden-Württemberg) Currently Example of one ongoing transfer TRANSFER TOOLS & METHOD E-TEAMS IN SCHOOLS (Baden-Württemberg) Currently setting up the Action Plan Wallonie 18/03/2018 Training seminar and on site visit in Heidelberg (April 2010) Limousin Andalucia

Possible fundings PREPARATION OF THE TRANSFER IMPLEMENTATION OF THE TRANSFER (Animation, engineering) (Pilot project Possible fundings PREPARATION OF THE TRANSFER IMPLEMENTATION OF THE TRANSFER (Animation, engineering) (Pilot project / Action plan) Travelling costs Investments Feasibility study Working procedures Translation / interpreting Thematic consistency and eligible project NO INTERREG IVC projects ([email protected] methodology) 18/03/2018 ERDF programme Article 37 -6 b regulation 1083/2006 YES ERDF, ESF or EAFRD programmes

2. Why RUR@CT ? Strategic foundations Attractiveness and dynamism of rural areas depend on 2. Why [email protected] ? Strategic foundations Attractiveness and dynamism of rural areas depend on their capacity of innovation Rural territories have an innovation potential which is not enough developped and should contribute towards Lisbon european strategy 1 st pillar = INNOVATION 18/03/2018

WHY RUR@CT ? Strategic foundations This innovation potential is based on the development of WHY [email protected] ? Strategic foundations This innovation potential is based on the development of endogenous and exogenous resources Cooperation is an exogenous resource reinforcing the efficiency of regional policies thanks to the transfer of good practices 2 nd pillar = TRANSFER 18/03/2018

WHY RUR@CT ? Strategic foundations There is no rural development without agriculture, but rurality WHY [email protected] ? Strategic foundations There is no rural development without agriculture, but rurality is not only agriculture (complementarity)… Synergies are needed between the different programmes and european funds for the development of rural areas 3 rd pillar = RURAL 18/03/2018

WHY RUR@CT ? Strategic foundations Rural issues should be taken into account within regional WHY [email protected] ? Strategic foundations Rural issues should be taken into account within regional policies Regional level allows to guarantee a better territorial cohesion thanks to an integrated governance ( rural / urban synergies…) 4 th pillar = REGIONS 18/03/2018

RUR@CT OBJECTIVES Territorial Cohesion STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES SHARING PROGRESSING OPERATIONAL OBJECTIVES Capitalisation and Transfer [email protected] OBJECTIVES Territorial Cohesion STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES SHARING PROGRESSING OPERATIONAL OBJECTIVES Capitalisation and Transfer

STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES SHARING What ? PROGRESSING Ideas and forward inputs How ? Conferences-debates, political STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES SHARING What ? PROGRESSING Ideas and forward inputs How ? Conferences-debates, political statements Why ? Evolution of European policies after 2013 Example Contribution of [email protected] network to the Green Paper on Territorial Cohesion

OPERATIONAL OBJECTIVES SHARING TRANSFERING What ? Good practices from the Regions How ? Transfering OPERATIONAL OBJECTIVES SHARING TRANSFERING What ? Good practices from the Regions How ? Transfering experiences Why ? Innovative and concrete projects PROGRESSING Examples Methodological guide Database, web site Evaluation of transferability Partnership forums

REGIONS TRANSFER INNOVATION RURAL Objectives of RUR@CT network To promote rural innovations for… Territorial REGIONS TRANSFER INNOVATION RURAL Objectives of [email protected] network To promote rural innovations for… Territorial Cohesion To provide operationnal tools for… Capitalization and Transfer of good practices 18/03/2018

3. RUR@CT lobbying axes 3. 1 A better visibility of rural areas at European 3. [email protected] lobbying axes 3. 1 A better visibility of rural areas at European level - Better consideration of specificities and needs of rural areas - « Rural mainstreaming » in other EU policies, such as Cohesion Policy, Common Agricultural Policy and Environmental Policy - Creation of a new category in EU Cohesion Policy: « Intermediary Regions » with a PNB between 75% and 90% of the average EU PNB, and which would also benefit from EU funds

3. RUR@CT lobbying axes 3. 2 Development of the innovation potential of rural areas 3. [email protected] lobbying axes 3. 2 Development of the innovation potential of rural areas - Better consideration of this innovation potential so that the attractivity of rural areas can be reinforced. - Innovation should not be understood only as « technological » innovation, but also as societal and economical

3. RUR@CT lobbying axes 3. 3 Fame and recognition of the RUR@CT transfer methodology 3. [email protected] lobbying axes 3. 3 Fame and recognition of the [email protected] transfer methodology - Recognition by the EU institutions of the necessity to go beyond the mere capitalisation and exchange of experiences /recognition of the usefulness of the transfer of experiences

3. RUR@CT lobbying axes 3. 3 Fame and recognition of the RUR@CT transfer methodology 3. [email protected] lobbying axes 3. 3 Fame and recognition of the [email protected] transfer methodology - Integration of the [email protected] methodology into other EU territorial cooperation projects (especially INTERREG IVC projects). Examples: RURALAND project led by Andalusia (rural innovation) IMMODI project led by Auvergne → (e-health) ROBIN WOOD project led by Liguria → (forestry) ECOREGIONS project led by Picardie

3. RUR@CT lobbying axes 3. 4 Maintaining and strengthening the possibility to introduce a 3. [email protected] lobbying axes 3. 4 Maintaining and strengthening the possibility to introduce a cooperation priority axis in ERDF Regional Operational Programmes (Objective 2 of Cohesion Policy) - Such a cooperation axis is made possible through Article 37 -6 b of Regulation 1083/2006, which allows Regional authorities to finance territorial cooperation under Objective 1 (convergence) or Objective 2 (competitiveness) of Cohesion Policy.

3. RUR@CT lobbying axes - Most RUR@CT capitalisation activities are funded through Article 37 3. [email protected] lobbying axes - Most [email protected] capitalisation activities are funded through Article 37 6. b, such as the gathering of 125 good practices in the database, Fact Sheets no. 1 & 2 (Description of the Good Practice + Transferability analysis), as well as some communications activities (editing the brochure, the website and the methodological guide). - Article 37 -6 b is particularly useful for isolated Regions with few possibilities of cross-border cooperation since it gives another way to finance cooperation activities (outside INTERREG IVC).

 4. RUR@CT main lobbying tools Events organisation (conferences, debates) about strategic issues (cohesion 4. [email protected] main lobbying tools Events organisation (conferences, debates) about strategic issues (cohesion policy, Europe 2020) in the context of the formulation of the new EU budget and the future of cohesion policy after 2013. Examples: - Conference / debate during [email protected] launching seminar. Participation of DG Regio / video from Commissioner Danuta Hübner supporting [email protected] - Conference / debate about « Services of General Interest and rural development » at the end of June 2011 in the context of Europe 2020 / EU budget 18/03/2018 LOBBYING EUROPEAN POLICY

 4. RUR@CT main lobbying tools Answers to public consultations and public statements Examples: 4. [email protected] main lobbying tools Answers to public consultations and public statements Examples: - [email protected] contribution to the Green Paper (2009), followed by a public conference - Answer to public consultation by DG Regio about the 5 th cohesion report (January 2011) - Answer to public consultation by DG Agri (January 2011) - In the future: public statements about environmental issues / EGTC / interregional cooperation 18/03/2018 LOBBYING EUROPEAN POLICY

 4. RUR@CT main lobbying tools Meeting at institutionnal level Examples: - Meetings with 4. [email protected] main lobbying tools Meeting at institutionnal level Examples: - Meetings with DG Regio - Meetings with DG Agri - Pilot Network with INTERACT, DG Regio and other Regions (Thüringen, etc. ) about integration of article 37 -6 b in regional operational programmes and its implementation. - [email protected] representation during conferences and/or training seminars 18/03/2018 LOBBYING EUROPEAN POLICY

 4. RUR@CT main lobbying tools Communication materials - Methodological guide - Brochure - 4. [email protected] main lobbying tools Communication materials - Methodological guide - Brochure - Website - Video All the communication materials are available both in English and in French, and will be updated by the end of 2011. 18/03/2018 LOBBYING EUROPEAN POLICY

METHODOLOGICAL GUIDE METHODOLOGICAL GUIDE

WEBSITE www. ruract. eu Future activities of the network for 2009 WEBSITE www. ruract. eu Future activities of the network for 2009

THANKS FOR YOUR PARTICIPATION ! For further information, you can send an e-mail to: THANKS FOR YOUR PARTICIPATION ! For further information, you can send an e-mail to: [email protected] fr




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