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DESCRIPTIONA powerpoint presentation by Tamara Flanagan, Chair of European Funding Network Advisory Group at NCVO. Tamara Flanagan discussed funding for Europe. This presentation was given at the NCVO annual conference - Evolve 2013. Find out more about NCVO's european policy work: http://europeanfundingnetwork.eu
- 1. 18/06/1318/06/13 11Funding from EuropeFunding from EuropeTamara FlanaganTamara Flanagan
- 2. 18/06/1318/06/13 22IntroductionIntroductionThere are a range of funding opportunities in Europe.There are a range of funding opportunities in Europe.Some of those are used by civil society groups and fallSome of those are used by civil society groups and fallinto 2 groups.into 2 groups. Funding for activity delivered by and with governmentFunding for activity delivered by and with governmentESF/ERDF/Interreg /EAGFF- Grant recipients andESF/ERDF/Interreg /EAGFF- Grant recipients andcontractors receive EU funds via national and regionalcontractors receive EU funds via national and regionalauthorities comprise 80% of the EU budget.authorities comprise 80% of the EU budget. Social Innovation/Research/Justice/Health/EnvironmentSocial Innovation/Research/Justice/Health/EnvironmentBusinessBusinessSome activities funded by national agencies, some at EUSome activities funded by national agencies, some at EUlevellevel
- 3. 18/06/1318/06/13 33IntroductionIntroduction We are at a crossroads. The currentWe are at a crossroads. The currentprogramme of funding 2007/2013 isprogramme of funding 2007/2013 iscoming to an end.coming to an end. The new programme 2014/2020 which isThe new programme 2014/2020 which isaligned with Europe 2020 has not yetaligned with Europe 2020 has not yetstarted once MFF is agreed, it should startstarted once MFF is agreed, it should startin Jan 2014.in Jan 2014.
- 4. 18/06/1318/06/13 44EU LevelEU LevelThings to think aboutThings to think about Need to commit to European dimension to yourNeed to commit to European dimension to yourwork.work. Need to devote resource to this workNeed to devote resource to this work Need to identify partnersNeed to identify partners We are in the last year of current programmeWe are in the last year of current programme Distinguish between current opportunities andDistinguish between current opportunities andtalk of the futuretalk of the future Hard to achieve Full Cost RecoveryHard to achieve Full Cost Recovery EU Funding programmes last for 7 years andEU Funding programmes last for 7 years andare less susceptible to administration change.are less susceptible to administration change.
- 5. 18/06/1318/06/13 55Partnership and transnational workPartnership and transnational workCurrent Funding agencies in the UKCurrent Funding agencies in the UK ECORYS and British CouncilECORYS and British Council
- 6. 18/06/1318/06/13 66Partnership and transnational workPartnership and transnational work Funding agency in Brussels EACEAFunding agency in Brussels EACEA
- 7. 18/06/1318/06/13 77UK AgenciesUK AgenciesFunds traditionally used by Third Sector groups areFunds traditionally used by Third Sector groups arechanging with national agency currently ECORYS andchanging with national agency currently ECORYS andBritish CouncilBritish CouncilLeonardoLeonardoGruntvigGruntvigYouth in ActionYouth in ActionComeniusComenius
- 8. 18/06/1318/06/13 88EU LevelEU LevelFunds traditionally used by Third Sector groups areFunds traditionally used by Third Sector groups arechanging EU level projects through Executive Agencychanging EU level projects through Executive AgencyLeonardoLeonardoGruntvigGruntvigYouth in ActionYouth in ActionComeniusComeniusActive CitizenshipActive Citizenship
- 9. 18/06/1318/06/13 99UK AgenciesUK AgenciesErasmus for AllReplaces 7 existing programmes in LifelongLearning Programmes and Youth in Action itsvalue 14.6bnThree key actionsLearning mobilityCooperationPolicy reform
- 10. 18/06/1318/06/13 1010UK AgenciesUK AgenciesErasmus for AllInside Erasmus for all will be three further keyactivitiesJean MonnetSportYouthIt is expected that there will be national led activitiesand EU level, at present the UK has not nominated newNational Agencies
- 11. 18/06/1318/06/13 1111EU LevelEU LevelSupport from Europe for CitizensSupport from Europe for CitizensThis programme is also changingThis programme is also changingIt will have a budget of 229 million 2014-2020It will have a budget of 229 million 2014-2020 Develop civil society capacity to participateDevelop civil society capacity to participatein EU policy makingin EU policy making Develop support structures to channel theDevelop support structures to channel theresult of such debatesresult of such debates Additional opportunities for individualAdditional opportunities for individualcitizens to participatecitizens to participate
- 12. 18/06/1318/06/13 1212EU LevelEU LevelSupport from Europe for CitizensSupport from Europe for CitizensTwo strandsTwo strands Remembrance and European citizenshipRemembrance and European citizenship Democratic engagement and civicDemocratic engagement and civicparticipationparticipationHistorically applications made at an EU levelHistorically applications made at an EU levelthrough EACEA (Education, Audiovisual andthrough EACEA (Education, Audiovisual andCulture Executive Agency) UK info pointCulture Executive Agency) UK info pointabolished in 2010.abolished in 2010.
- 13. 18/06/1318/06/13 1313Think outside the boxThink outside the box.Other EU opportunities.Other EU opportunitiesResearch and DevelopmentResearch and DevelopmentInnovationInnovationEnvironment and Climate ChangeEnvironment and Climate ChangeHealth and WellbeingHealth and WellbeingICTICTCulture and MediaCulture and Media
- 14. 18/06/1318/06/13 1414EU LevelEU LevelProgramme 2014-2020Latest budget2014-2020CommentsEquivalentprogramme2007-2013BudgetHorizon 2020 71.0bnEuropeanCommissionsown estimate;final figure to bedecided byCouncil and EuroParliamentFP7 and CIP(part)50.5bn + 3.6bnLIFE (environment and climate change) 3.4bnEuropeanCommissionsown estimate;final figure to bedecided byCouncil and EuroParliamentLIFE+ 2.1bnHealth for Growth 327mMBOs estimatebased onreduction torelevant heading(3) in MFF; finalfigure to bedecided byCouncil and EPHealthProgramme322mCreative Europe 1.5bnMBOs estimatebased onreduction torelevant heading(3) in MFF; finalfigure to bedecided byCouncil and EPCulture andMediaProgrammes400m + 755mTerritorial cooperation (Interregs) 8.9bn Set out in MFFTerritorialcooperation(Interregs)8.7bn
- 15. 18/06/1318/06/13 1515Case StudyCase Study Income from administering Grundtvig andIncome from administering Grundtvig andLeonardo projectsLeonardo projects Member of 2/3Partnership projectMember of 2/3Partnership project Participant in Research FrameworkParticipant in Research Framework Successful delivery of a flagship projectSuccessful delivery of a flagship project Support from European FoundationsSupport from European Foundations
- 16. 18/06/1318/06/13 1616The websitesThe websitesLifelongLearning www.grundtvig.org.uk http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/gruntvig.enVocationaltraining http://www.leonardo.org.uk/ http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/llp/leonardo/leonardo_da_vinci_enYouthinAction http://www.britishcouncil.org/youthinaction.htm http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/youth/index_en.phpActiveCitizenship http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/citizenship/index_en.php
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