REPORT ON EUSALP ACTION GROUPS FUNDING REQUIREMENTS FROM FUTURE EU FUNDING PROGRAMMES POST 2020

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REPORT ON EUSALP ACTION GROUPS FUNDING REQUIREMENTS FROM FUTURE EU FUNDING PROGRAMMES POST 2020

16th Dec 2019

The draft Council conclusions on the implementation of the EU's macro-regional strategies adopted on 15th May 2019 state: “The council of the European Union (…) CALLS on the participating countries and regions to take into account priorities of the macro-regional strategies in the programming and implementation of post-2020 relevant programmes under shared management…“ and “ENCOURAGES the key implementers of the macro-regional strategies to make better use of the programmes directly and indirectly managed by the Commission”.
This evaluation provides the first structured bottom-up analysis of the funding needs of the EUSALP Action Groups (AGs) in relation to the future programmes and shall help to implement paragraph 10 of the General Affairs Council Conclusions as of 21st May 2019.
The overall view shows that a number of programmes do have the potential to support the implementation of EUSALP priorities. Differences naturally arise depending on the AG. While some AGs (like 2, 6, 7) would have a large portfolio available, others (like 3, 8) would focus on a limited number of programmes.

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