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The Power of the EU Purse: Mastering the Multiannual Financial Framework

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  • Thu 13 Jun 2019 09.00 - 19.00
  • Fri 14 Jun 2019 09.00 - 19.00
  Add to Calendar 2019-06-13 9:00 2019-06-14 19:00 Europe/Paris The Power of the EU Purse: Mastering the Multiannual Financial Framework

This Executive Training examines the new developments in the area of the EU budget, focusing on the strategic role that member states and parliaments play in negotiations for the determination of the new Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF). Participants will upgrade their strategic knowledge, develop key skills and share best practices in a year that is critical for the EU’s future. This interactive seminar discusses both the substance and the organisation of the MFF as a case study, with the aim to strengthen participants’ grip on processes taking place in Brussels and in the member states.

What are you going to learn?
- Learning about the new developments of the MFF and the state of play of negotiations;
- Identifying and discussing best practices on how EU and national actors scrutinize the MFF;
- Building expertise in parliaments’ instruments and related assessments with regard to the MFF;
- Obtaining invaluable knowledge about the role of the InvestEU as an EU financial instrument;
- Upgrade knowledge about how EU budget mechanisms affect national economic policies;
- Understanding member states’ national interests/preferences about the MFF;
- Steering an inter-parliamentary network of best practices.

Who should attend?

• Political group staff working in National Parliaments and in the European Parliament;
• Administration staff working in National Parliaments and in the European Parliament;
• Staff working in the Commission (i.e. DG-REGIO; DG-BUDG; DG-ECFIN etc.);
• Staff working in the Council Secretariat; staff working in the permanent representations;
• Staff working in the European Economic and Social Committee;
• Staff working in the Committee of the Regions;
• Regional authorities managing EU funds; INTERREG communities;
• Staff working in the European Central Bank;
• Staff working in Chambers of Commerce.

Fees: 1,300 € (10% reduction for early registrations
for applications received by 24th April).

The fees cover the cost of the course as well as coffee and lunch breaks. Travel and hotel costs are not included in the fees.

Centre for European Policy Studies, Brussels DD/MM/YYYY
  Centre for European Policy Studies, Brussels

This Executive Training examines the new developments in the area of the EU budget, focusing on the strategic role that member states and parliaments play in negotiations for the determination of the new Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF). Participants will upgrade their strategic knowledge, develop key skills and share best practices in a year that is critical for the EU’s future. This interactive seminar discusses both the substance and the organisation of the MFF as a case study, with the aim to strengthen participants’ grip on processes taking place in Brussels and in the member states.

What are you going to learn?
- Learning about the new developments of the MFF and the state of play of negotiations;
- Identifying and discussing best practices on how EU and national actors scrutinize the MFF;
- Building expertise in parliaments’ instruments and related assessments with regard to the MFF;
- Obtaining invaluable knowledge about the role of the InvestEU as an EU financial instrument;
- Upgrade knowledge about how EU budget mechanisms affect national economic policies;
- Understanding member states’ national interests/preferences about the MFF;
- Steering an inter-parliamentary network of best practices.

Who should attend?

• Political group staff working in National Parliaments and in the European Parliament;
• Administration staff working in National Parliaments and in the European Parliament;
• Staff working in the Commission (i.e. DG-REGIO; DG-BUDG; DG-ECFIN etc.);
• Staff working in the Council Secretariat; staff working in the permanent representations;
• Staff working in the European Economic and Social Committee;
• Staff working in the Committee of the Regions;
• Regional authorities managing EU funds; INTERREG communities;
• Staff working in the European Central Bank;
• Staff working in Chambers of Commerce.

Fees: 1,300 € (10% reduction for early registrations
for applications received by 24th April).

The fees cover the cost of the course as well as coffee and lunch breaks. Travel and hotel costs are not included in the fees.


Location:
Centre for European Policy Studies, Brussels

Affiliation:
School of Transnational Governance

Type:
Executive Training Seminar

Attachment:
Programme MFF STG CEPS

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