2021-2027 programming period

Step closer to the definition of the Regional Programmes of the European Regional Development Fund and the European Social Fund

On European and Regional level

Following the approval of the Multiannual Financial Framework 2021-2027 by the European Parliament, on June 30, 2021 the European Commission published new regulations on cohesion funds for implementing the cohesion policy in the new programming period. Discussions are under way for the Partnership Agreements. The Partnership Agreement draft document was sent to Brussels on January 17, 2022 for opening formal negotiations with the Commission. Within 90 days of this date, Italy and its regions will have to submit the National and Regional Programmes, whose approval will be completed within 5 months. 

Emilia-Romagna region has undergone a process of participation and sharing, culminating in December 2020 signing the Pact for Work and Climate, a strategic document created along with local and regional actors and the following strategic documents: the Regional Strategy Document and the Smart Specialisation Strategy (S3). Following these, the Regional Programmes ERDF and ESF 2021-2027 were developed and shared with the partnership networks, followed by the adoption by the Regional Government on November 15, 2021. Programmes were endorsed by the Legislative Assembly on February 2nd, 2022 and are sent to the European commission for final approval.

For the purpose of adopting the ERDF Regional Programme 2021-2027, a public consultation process focused on the Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) was carried out.

Main documents

The Regional strategic document for European 2021-2027 policy programming outlines 2021-2027 European and national funds for the Region and directs the operational programming of the funds managed by the regional government, moving towards the strategic objectives of the Pact for Work and Climate.

The S3 Strategy 2021-2027 (here explained in video) outlines the strategic framework for innovative growth of Emilia-Romagna by targeting investments in research and innovation, while identifying 8 areas for strategic specialisation: agrifood, building and construction, mechatronics and motoring, health and wellness industries, cultural and creative industries, innovation in services, digital and logistics, energy and sustainable development, tourism.

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pubblicato il 2022/02/01 15:06:00 GMT+2 ultima modifica 2022-04-01T11:14:01+02:00

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