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Final Version (1) November 2015 - EU MFF Prezi

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Relevant Aspects for UNEP
UNEP Brussels Office
The 2014-2020 EU Multi-annual Financial Framework of the European Union
Why?
EU MFF
2014-2020

Overall EU strategy for 2014-2020
European Commission proposal published in 2011
Proposal adopted by the Council and the European Parliament in 2013
"The EU MFF negotiations are not just about how much we can spend and where the money comes from, but also where we spend it and how we spend it.
They are about more than just money"
Herman van Rompuy
Former President of the European Council
Geographic Funding Instruments
Thematic Funding Instruments
Development Cooperation Instrument (DCI)
Global Public Goods and Challenges

Civil Society Organizations & Local Authorities
7 008 million euros
Reduced to two sub-instruments:
2 004 million Euro
800 million Euro
1 261 million Euro
1 790 million Euro
448 million Euro
Differentiation
Reshuffling
Creation
Refocus
Internal Funding Instruments
Life +
Supporting EU environmental/climate policy and legislation and promote integration/mainstreaming of environmental/climate objectives into other EU policies and public/private sector practice
EU countries, IPA countries, ENI countries, EFTA countries and countries which are members of the EEA, as well as third countries for transboundary matters
3 457 million euros
Horizon 2020
Strategic framework for research and innovation
Contributing to building an economy based on knowledge, innovation, science, industrial leadership and addressing societal changes (incl. climate change and resource efficiency)
EU countries, IPA countries, ENI countries, EFTA countries, as well as selected third countries
Strengthened international dimension: H2020 is "Open to the World"
79 402 million euros
Cohesion and Structural Funds
Including Cohesion Fund (CF), European Social Fund (ESF) and European Regional Development Fund (ERDF)
Contributing to narrowing the disparities among regions and Member States of the EU towards a Europe 2020 strategy and objectives of smart, sustainable and inclusive growth
EU countries, as well as IPA countries (and ENI countries) in specific cases
325 149 million euros
Agriculture and Rural Development
Strengthening the competitiveness and the sustainability of agriculture and maintain it in all regions
Guaranteeing European citizens healthy and quality food production
Preserving the environment and helping rural areas
EU countries and IPA countries
408 312 million euros
Concentration of external assistance on
ACP countries
European Neighbourhood countries
Fragile states
Countries "most in need"
"partner countries representing more than 1% of the world's GDP and/or upper middle income countries according to the list of recipients of Official Development Aid (ODA) of the OECD"
Exclusion
from bilateral assistance:
BUT
: These countries will
remain eligible
for Regional and Thematic programmes as well as for the new Partnership Instrument!
Global Public Goods and Challenges (DCI)
Investing in People

Environment and sustainable management of natural resources including energy (ENRTP)

Non-state actors and local authorities in development

Migration and asylum
2007-2013
2014-2020
Global Public Goods and Challenges (DCI)
Civil Society Organizations and Local Authorities
Environment and climate change
Sustainable Energy
Human development
Food security and sustainable agriculture
Migration and Asylum
Development Cooperation Instrument (DCI)
Geographic Programmes, Pan-African Programme (1 000 million Euro)
Sustainable, economic, social and environmental development
Promotion of democracy, rule of law, good governance and respect for human rights
Least developed countries now key priority
14 991 million Euro
NEW!
845 million euros

Pan-African Programme (under the DCI)
Complementary and coherent with other financial instruments (ENI, EDF, DCI thematic programmes)
Provision of specific support to the Joint Africa-EU Strategy
European Neighbourhood Instrument (ENI)
New focus on environment and climate change
Largest budget increase compared to other funding instruments
Instrument contributing to Stability and Peace (IcSP)
Reinforced
Considers for the first time climate change as a global trans-regional security threat
Horizon 2020
Sustainable development became overarching objective: at least 60% (ca 48 000 million euros) of the budget will be related to sustainable development (climate and environmental objectives)
Increased focus on international cooperation
Life +
Totally reviewed: easing of international organizations' participation as well as EU neighbouring countries
Environment and climate change
Types of Assistance
Responsibilities
Expected Outcomes
Geographic Funding Instruments
Thematic Funding Instruments
Thematic Strategy Papers
Country Strategy Papers
Regional Strategy Papers
EU Delegations
DG DEVCO
EEAS
Country Strategy Papers
leading
contributing
Thematic Strategy Papers
contributing
Thematic Strategy Papers
Country Strategy Papers
leading
leading
contributing
Country Strategy Papers
Regional Strategy Papers
Thematic Strategy Papers
overall guidance
1
2
Analysis of existing national/regional strategies
Draft EU response strategies
Country Strategy Papers
Regional Strategy Papers
Thematic Strategy Papers
What?
Mainstreaming environment
in EU external action
Position UNEP for
policy and programmatic collaboration with the EC
(incl. for resource mobilisation, thereby expanding and diversifying UNEP funding sources from the EC and thus optimising the use of the wide range of available funding instruments)
No humanitarian instruments included in the lists below!
External & internal!!
Brazil
China
India
Indonesia
DRK
Malaysia
Maldives
Thailand
Kazakhstan
Argentina
Chile
Colombia
Costa Rica
Ecuador
Mexico
Panama
Peru
Uruguay
Venezuela
Multi-country
Regional organizations
complementing
Multi-Country Strategy Papers
leading
Regional Org. Strategy Papers
Regional Org. Strategy Papers
Multi-Country Strategy Papers
contributing
Geographic Funding Instruments
Thematic Funding Instruments
European Neighbourhood Instrument
Instrument for Pre-Accession
Partnership Instrument
Instrument for Greenland
Cohesion and Structural Funds
Agriculture and Rural Development
Life +
Instrument contributing to Stability and Peace
Horizon 2020
Approach
What?
How?
"Agenda for Change"
Human Rights, democracy and other key elements of good governance
Inclusive and sustainable growth for human development
poverty elimination in the context of sustainable development
Differentiated development partnerships
Coordinated EU action
Improved coherence among EU policies
Responsiveness to countries' and regions' needs in the frame of a wider policy dialogue
DCI Middle East
DCI Pan-African Programme
ROA
ROE
ROLAC
ROWA
RONA
European Development Fund
European Development Fund
ROAP
DCI Asia
European Development Fund
DCI Central Asia
DCI Central Asia
European Neighbourhood Instrument
Partnership Instrument
DCI Latin America
Partnership Instrument
Partnership Instrument
Partnership Instrument
Resource Efficiency
Disasters and Conflicts
Ecosystem Management
Climate Change
Global Public Goods and Challenges (GPGC)
Chemicals and Waste
Environment under Review
Horizon 2020
Global Public Goods and Challenges (GPGC)
Horizon 2020
Global Public Goods and Challenges (GPGC)
Horizon 2020
Global Public Goods and Challenges (GPGC)
European Neighbourhood Instrument
Horizon 2020
Global Public Goods and Challenges (GPGC)
Instrument contributing to Stability and Peace
Horizon 2020
Global Public Goods and Challenges (GPGC)
Examples
External Action
Environment and climate change (31.8%)
Sustainable Energy (12.7%)
Human Development (20%)
Food security and sustainable agriculture (28.4%)
Migration and Asylum (7.1%)
955 million euros
Partnership Instrument (PI)
Supporting the external dimension of internal challenges, such as competitiveness and research
Addressing major global challenges, such as climate change, environment and energy
218 million euros
Instrument for Greenland
Supporting EU-Greenland cooperation and the sustainable development of Greenland. Cooperation and policy dialogue includes acknowledging the geostrategic position of Greenland in the Arctic Region, the natural resource issues of exploration and exploitation
Partnership Instrument (PI)
Supporting the external dimension of internal challenges, such as competitiveness and research
Addressing major global challenges, including climate change, energy and environment
955 million euros
.
Pre-accession Instrument (IPA)
Support the EU accession process
Candidate countries (Montenegro, FYR Macedonia, Turkey)
Potential candidate countries (Albania, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Serbia, Kosovo)
11 699 million euros
.

European Neighbourhood Instrument (ENI)
ENI East and ENI South
Promotion of deeper political cooperation, closer economic integration of neighbouring countries with the EU and effective and sustainable transition to democracy
Higher priority
15 433 million euros
.
Instrument for Greenland
Supporting EU-Greenland cooperation whilst supporting the sustainable development of Greenland
The partnership acknowledges the geostrategic position of Greenland in the Arctic Region, the issues of exploration and exploitation of natural resources, including raw materials, and aims to promote cooperation and policy dialogue on these issues
218 million Euro
.
European Development Fund (EDF)
Africa, Caribbean, Pacific (ACP) and Overseas States and Territories (OCT)
Promotion of economic, social and human development and regional cooperation and integration
Only minor modifications are proposed compared to the 10th EDF (2008-2013)
30 500 million euros
(outside the EU budget)
NEW!
NEW!
These are:
-
Complementary
to geographic funding instruments
-
Cross/multi-regional
or
global
initiatives
-
Innovative
Strategy 2014-2020
2014
2017
2020
MIP 2014-2017
MIP 2017-2020
AAP 1
AAP 2
AAP 3...
Mid-term review
Revision of Strategy Papers and definition of MIP 2017-2020
Programming process of EU MFF 2021-2027
External Action
Internal Action
DCI Middle East
DCI Central Asia
DCI Latin America
DCI Pan-African Programme
NEW!
DCI Asia
ENI East
ENI South
EU Action
Major Changes
Opportunities for UNEP
Programming Process
Partnership Instrument
compared to the previous EU MFF
...AAP 7
Instrument contributing to Stability and Peace (IcSP)
Addressing and preventing crisis situations
Global instrument for all regions of the world, except EU and IPA-covered countries
2 339 million euros
European Instrument for Democracy & Human Rights (EIDHR)
Aims to help establish democracy, the rule of law, and the protection of human rights and basic freedoms
Global instrument for all regions of the world, except the EU and IPA-covered countries
1 333 million euros
Instrument for Nuclear Safety Cooperation (INSC)
EU implementation tool to promote nuclear safety, radiation protection and the application of efficient and effective safeguards of nuclear material in non-EU countries worldwide
All third countries, but priority given to IPA and ENI countries and Central Asia
225 million euros
Development Cooperation Instrument (DCI)
Geographic Programmes: Central Asia, Middle East, Asia, Latin America (13 991 million euros)
Pan-African Programme (845 million euros)
Sustainable, economic, social and environmental development
Promotion of democracy, rule of law, good governance and respect for human rights
Least developed countries now key priority
12 654 million euros
Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights
Environmental Governance
Horizon 2020
Global Public Goods and Challenges (GPGC)
Instrument contributing to Stability and Peace
Thank you for your attention.

For further information, please consult the briefings on the Brussels' office section [under ROE] on the UNEP Intranet.

Contact:

Aurore de Crombrugghe
Tel.: +32 2 213 30 57
Skype : aurore.decrom
E-mail: aurore.decrombrugghe@unep.org
EU MFF
2018
proposal for new MFF
Strategy 2021-2027
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