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  • Les résultats des investissements de l'UE dans les régions ultrapériphériques 2007-2013

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    26/10/2017

    L'UE compte neuf régions ultrapériphériques géographiquement très éloignées du continent européen:

    • Martinique, Guyane, Mayotte (Collectivité d'outre-mer - assemblée unique regroupe le conseil départemental et régional)
    • St Martin (Collectivité française d'outre-mer)
    • Réunion et Guadeloupe (Départements et régions d'outre-mer)
    • Madère et les Açores (2 régions autonomes portugaises)
    • îles Canaries (1 communauté autonome espagnole)

    Il s'agit d'îles et d'archipels situés dans la mer des Caraïbes, dans l’Atlantique ouest et dans l’océan Indien ou encore de territoires enclavés dans la forêt amazonienne. Malgré les milliers de kilomètres qui les séparent du continent européen, ces régions font partie intégrante de l’UE. Elles sont le foyer de 4,8 millions de citoyens, soit une population équivalente à celle de l’Irlande.

    Ces régions sont soumises à la législation communautaire ainsi qu'à tous les droits et obligations attachés à l'adhésion à l'UE, sauf dans les cas où des mesures spécifiques ou dérogatoires sont prévues. Conformément à l'article 349 du traité sur le fonctionnement de l'Union européenne, ces mesures spécifiques ont été mises en place pour pallier les contraintes auxquelles doivent faire face ces régions, comme l'éloignement, l'insularité, une faible superficie, des conditions topographiques et climatiques difficiles et une dépendance économique vis-à-vis d'un petit nombre de produits.

    Au-delà des contraintes qui leur sont propres, les RUP possèdent aussi des potentialités et des atouts uniques dont l’Union européenne peut bénéficier. Elles constituent une présence européenne sur des zones stratégiques du globe et disposent de caractéristiques géographiques et géologiques exceptionnelles qui en font des laboratoires privilégiés pour la recherche et l’innovation dans des secteurs d’avenir tels que la biodiversité et les écosystèmes terrestres et marins, la pharmacologie, les énergies renouvelables, les sciences de l’espace.

    Les régions ultrapériphériques bénéficient des subventions de la politique de cohésion par le biais du Fonds européen de développement régional et du Fonds social européen.

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  • Regiostars 2017 Winner - EkoBiz: Promotion of Youth Entrepreneurship in the Organic Agriculture Sector

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    10/10/2017

    On Tuesday evening the European Commission's RegioStars Awards ceremony took place in Brussels as part of the European Week of Regions and Cities. 

    This annual EU-wide competition puts the spotlight on the most innovative and inspiring EU funded projects and illustrates, through concrete real-life examples, how Cohesion Policy supports people's lives through the creation of economic growth and jobs at a regional level.

    In addition to bringing recognition to the selected projects, it aims to foster the exchange of best practices between Cohesion Policy practitioners, as well as to inspire other project managers and managing authorities.

    This year, the submitted projects competed in 5 categories: Smart Specialisation for SME innovation, Energy Union: climate change, Women empowerment and active participation, Education and Training, and CityStars: cities in digital transition.

    EkoBiz – Promotion of Youth Entrepreneurship in the Organic Agriculture Sector is the winner in the Category 3 - Education and training.

    A green project in the largely rural Split-Dalmatia region of Croatia is showing young people that they do not have to move to the city to enjoy a bright future.

    The EkoBiz project was so popular it exceeded its expectations to train 25 young people in organic farming practices. More than 70 people ended up taking the training and were helped to develop viable business plans.

    EkoBiz also encouraged 10 schools and 10 nurseries to develop small-scale projects related to organic farming and agriculture.

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  • Regiostars 2017 Winner - "InnoHiili" - Innovative Low-Carbon Public Services

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    10/10/2017

    On Tuesday evening the European Commission's RegioStars Awards ceremony took place in Brussels as part of the European Week of Regions and Cities. 

    This annual EU-wide competition puts the spotlight on the most innovative and inspiring EU funded projects and illustrates, through concrete real-life examples, how Cohesion Policy supports people's lives through the creation of economic growth and jobs at a regional level.

    In addition to bringing recognition to the selected projects, it aims to foster the exchange of best practices between Cohesion Policy practitioners, as well as to inspire other project managers and managing authorities.

    This year, the submitted projects competed in 5 categories: Smart Specialisation for SME innovation, Energy Union: climate change, Women empowerment and active participation, Education and Training, and CityStars: cities in digital transition.

    InnoHiili is the winner in the Category 2 - Energy Union: Climate action.

    The city of Ii in Finland cut its CO² emissions by half during 2007-15 - the fastest rate in the country. The InnoHiili project is helping the city reach the Finnish Environment Institute’s target of an 80% emissions cut by 2030. But Ii plans to do it 10 years faster thanks to cooperation with all citizens.

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  • Regiostars 2017 Winner - Bio Base North West Europe

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    10/10/2017

    On Tuesday evening the European Commission's RegioStars Awards ceremony took place in Brussels as part of the European Week of Regions and Cities. 

    This annual EU-wide competition puts the spotlight on the most innovative and inspiring EU funded projects and illustrates, through concrete real-life examples, how Cohesion Policy supports people's lives through the creation of economic growth and jobs at a regional level.

    In addition to bringing recognition to the selected projects, it aims to foster the exchange of best practices between Cohesion Policy practitioners, as well as to inspire other project managers and managing authorities.

    This year, the submitted projects competed in 5 categories: Smart Specialisation for SME innovation, Energy Union: climate change, Women empowerment and active participation, Education and Training, and CityStars: cities in digital transition.

    Bio Base North West Europe is the winner in the Category 1: Smart Specialisation for SME innovation

    A five country-partnership of bio-innovation experts could be crucial to Europe replacing non-renewable resources and developing the bio-based economy. The Bio Base North West Europe project supported the increased commercialisation of innovation to make North-West Europe a leading player in the emerging bio-economy. This was possible with the cooperation of partners from regions in Belgium, Germany, Ireland, Netherlands and the United Kingdom. 

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  • Regiostars 2017 Winner - Smart Service Power

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    10/10/2017

    On Tuesday evening the European Commission's RegioStars Awards ceremony took place in Brussels as part of the European Week of Regions and Cities. 

    This annual EU-wide competition puts the spotlight on the most innovative and inspiring EU funded projects and illustrates, through concrete real-life examples, how Cohesion Policy supports people's lives through the creation of economic growth and jobs at a regional level.

    In addition to bringing recognition to the selected projects, it aims to foster the exchange of best practices between Cohesion Policy practitioners, as well as to inspire other project managers and managing authorities.

    This year, the submitted projects competed in 5 categories: Smart Specialisation for SME innovation, Energy Union: climate change, Women empowerment and active participation, Education and Training, and CityStars: cities in digital transition.

    Smart Service Power is the winner in the Category 5 - Cities in Digital Transition.

    A project based in Germany is harnessing an array of IT technologies to help elderly people stay in their own homes for longer. The all-in system should take the pressure off hard-pressed care workers and health providers.

    Smart Service Power is looking to integrate functions from the fields of e-health, smart homes, ambient assisted living, emergency call systems and concierge services. The resulting ‘internet-of-things’ platform will make it possible to monitor an elderly individual’s condition and help them live life to the fullest.

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  • Regiostars 2017 Winner - Coordination to improve gender-based violence victims' labour market integration and social inclusion

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    10/10/2017

    On Tuesday evening the European Commission's RegioStars Awards ceremony took place in Brussels as part of the European Week of Regions and Cities. 

    This annual EU-wide competition puts the spotlight on the most innovative and inspiring EU funded projects and illustrates, through concrete real-life examples, how Cohesion Policy supports people's lives through the creation of economic growth and jobs at a regional level.

    In addition to bringing recognition to the selected projects, it aims to foster the exchange of best practices between Cohesion Policy practitioners, as well as to inspire other project managers and managing authorities.

    This year, the submitted projects competed in 5 categories: Smart Specialisation for SME innovation, Energy Union: climate change, Women empowerment and active participation, Education and Training, and CityStars: cities in digital transition.

    Coordination to improve gender-based violence victims' labour market integration and social inclusion is the winner in the Category 3 - Women Empowerment and Active Participation.

    A network of centres in Murcia, Spain supports female victims of gender-based violence. The regional employment and training service gives similar assistance. A project to improve coordination between them ensures more personalised support and a single point of contact.

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  • Ergebnisse der nachträglichen Bewertung für Deutschland 2007-2013

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    02/10/2017

    Nach Bewertung der Programme 2007–2013 im letzten Herbst zeigt die Kommission anhand von Schlüsselzahlen auf, inwieweit die Investitionen von 346,5 Milliarden Euro zur Reduzierung regionaler Ungleichheiten und zur Förderung einer ausgewogenen und nachhaltigen Entwicklung in allen EU-Regionen beigetragen haben. Im Zeitraum 2007-2013 betrug die Unterstützung aus dem Europäischen Fonds für regionale Entwicklung für Deutschland 16,1 Milliarden EUR.

    Die Investitionen flossen vorwiegend in folgende Bereiche:

    • Forschung und Innovation
    • Unterstützung von KMU

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  • Ireland 2007-2013 ex post evaluation results

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    02/10/2017

    The European Commission completed last autumn the evaluation of the 2007-2013 programmes, providing key figures on the results of the EUR 346.5 billion invested to reduce disparities between regions and promote balanced and sustainable development across EU regions. Between 2007 and 2013, support from the European Regional Development Fund amounted to EUR 375 million in Ireland.

    Investments were mainly made in the areas of:

    • Research and Innovation
    • Support to enterprises
    • Transport

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