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The programmes listed under the "local development" activity are linked with the policy for territorial cohesion and cooperation between regional bodies.

The aim of these policies is to strengthen economic, social and territorial cohesion by reducing disparities between the levels of development of regions and countries of the European Union.

Reducing disparities requires a cohesion policy promoting constant improvements in competitiveness and employment. By cofinancing infrastructure projects, developing the information society, accelerating the transfer of know-how, supporting investments in people and stimulating cross-border cooperation, the Directorate General for Regional Policy helps regions that are less prosperous or are suffering from structural problems to improve competitiveness and to achieve a faster rate of economic development in a sustainable way.

The Community strategic guidelines are an important part of the cohesion policy. On the basis of the strategic guidelines, the Member States draw up their cohesion policy priorities.

Although the Structural Funds are part of the Community budget, the way they are spent is based on a system of shared responsibility between the European Commission and Member State authorities:

-    the Commission negotiates and approves the development programmes proposed by the Member States, and allocates resources,
-    the Member States and their regions manage the programmes, implement them by selecting projects, control and assess them,
-    the Commission is involved in programme monitoring, commits and pays out approved expenditure and verifies the control systems.
The Community strategic guidelines contribute also to the realisation of other Community priorities, such as those deriving from the EU 2020 strategy. They are mainly concerned with investment, jobs, knowledge and innovation, territorial cohesion and cooperation.

The following list gives you all the European funds available in the field of local development:


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HORIZON 2020
Global budget: 79 billion euro
Grants for projects of Research and Innovation to establish an economy based on knowled...
ERASMUS PLUS
2019 Annual budget: 3 billion euro
Grants for projects which aims to increase knowledges and professional aptitudes and to...
COSME - (1.)
2019 budget : 350,3 million euro
Grants for projects which aims to boost the competitiveness of enterprises and SMEs.
CREATIVE EUROPE - (1.)
Budget for 2014-2020 period: 1,46 billion euro
Grants for projects which aim to foster the safeguarding and promotion of European cult...
LIFE
Global budget 2018-2020: 1 657 063 000 euro
Grants for project for the environment and climate action
ERDF - (1.) EUROPEAN REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT FUND
Global budget: 183,3 billion euro
Grants for project which aims to reinforce economic, social and territorial cohesion by...
ESF - EUROPEAN SOCIAL FUND
Global budget: 84 billion euro
Grants for project which aims to support the improving of employment and social inclusion
CEF - (1.) CONNECTING EUROPE FACILITY
Global budget 2014-2020 : 23.5 billion euro
Grants for project of common interest within the framework of the trans-European networ...
JUSTICE PROGRAMME
2020 annual budget: 45.603 million euro
Grants for projects aiming to continue the development of a European area of justice in...
EASI - (1.) EMPLOYMENT AND SOCIAL INNOVATION
Annual budget: 137.407 million euro
Grants for projects to promote a high level of employment, to guarantee adequate social...
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