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  • Most of social entrepreneurship will take place in those employment, education and social policies where social entrepreneurship is not the objective but a tool.
  • Less administrative burden, simplified cost options Financial instruments: can make access easier technically and more funds available. But always adjust the form of financing to the specific objective and intervention area, never the other way around. And take into account the timeframe of the programmes (impacts?). Capacity building by ESF TA. Capacity building seminars with national and regional stakeholders, especially those involved in the implementation of the funds, policy briefs, recommendations, how to programme social entrepreneurship through SF, ESF in particular. Better programmes are expected in MS which need this kind of support.

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  • State of play of negotiations Promoting the social economy and social enterprises Resa Koleva DG EMPL E1, ESF Policy and Legislation OECD capacity building seminar, 28 June 2013
  • • Process • Overview of schedule • Negotiation on regulations • Informal dialogue • Content – main provisions • ESF regulation
  • Schedule • Partnership agreements: end of 2013 • Operational programmes: middle of 2014 • This presupposes • CPR adoption by Council in Autumn • EP approval in July
  • Negotiation on regulations • Trilogue on CPR: all main blocks discussed • Trilogue on funds regulations, including ESF, on- going • Political trilogues on main outstanding issues • Recent: agreement on ESF minimum share between Council and EP
  • Informal dialogue • Commission position papers (Oct-Nov 2012) • Social entrepreneurship and social economy • An IP in 5 CPPs (EL, ES, HU, IT, PT) • A specific objective in 6 CPPs (AT, DE, LT, MT, PL, SK) • 1-2 informal dialogue meetings so far with each MS • Informal draft PAs • "Maturity" check
  • Regulatory framework - main provisions I. Available funding II. Programming • Investment priorities • Delivery mechanisms • Social entrepreneurship-friendly framework provisions
  • Amount of funding • ESF minimum share • COM proposal: 25% (EUR 84 billion) • Agreement by co-legislators: 23.1% (EUR 72 billion) • Social inclusion minimum share • 20% in each MS
  • Investment priorities • Specific support for through the dedicated IP • Promoting the social economy and social enterprises; • Important role not only in the specific IP but in the delivery of social policies co-funded by ESF through other relevant IPs! E.g.: • Access to employment for job-seekers and inactive people; • Reducing early school-leaving and promoting equal access to good quality early-childhood education • Active inclusion
  • Delivery mechanism 1 • Promoting employment thematic objective • Rehabilitation services purchased by PES and provided by NGOs, private providers. Other labour market services, labour market reintegration services. • Policy: active labour market policies. • Investment priority: Access to employment for job- seekers and inactive people
  • Delivery mechanism 2 • Investing in education, skills and LLL thematic objective • NGOs providing early childhood education and care, purchased by municipalities. • Policy: equal access to education, reduction of early school leaving. • Investment priority: Reducing early school-leaving and promoting equal access to good quality early- childhood, primary and secondary education
  • Delivery mechanism 3 • Promoting social inclusion and combating poverty thematic objective • NGOs providing community care to disabled or running a network of foster parents • Policy: transition from institutional to communty- based care • Investment priority: Enhancing access to affordable, sustainable and high-quality services, including health care and social services
  • Social entrepreneurship-friendly framework in SF • Strengthened partnership • Better access to funds • Broader access to funds – financial instruments • Capacity building