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High-Level Policy Dialogue – Implementation of the EU Recovery Plan

Dates:
  • Fri 18 Dec 2020 16.00 - 18.00
  Add to Calendar 2020-12-18 16:00 2020-12-18 18:00 Europe/Paris High-Level Policy Dialogue – Implementation of the EU Recovery Plan

The July decision by the European Council on the EU Recovery Plan is composed of two pillars: a new recovery instrument which involves new funding raised on the financial markets for 2021-2024 ( Next Generation EU ); and a reinforced long-term EU budget for 2021-2027. Together, these are aimed at assisting Member States to recover and build back better , by aligning public and private investment with the broader EU goals, and notably its green and digital agenda. 

The sums involved are meant to be commensurate with the recovery needs of Member States and are certainly unprecedented in scale. Their effective use in the time horizon prescribed represents a huge challenge; Next Generation EU funds require legal commitments by 31 December 2023 (European Council, 2020). To this end, Member States are currently discussing with the Commission their national Recovery and Resilience Plans (RRPs) of reforms and investments.

The High-Level Policy Dialogue, organised by the EUI School of Transnational Governance, is aimed at stock-taking at the level of EU institutions and Member States on the preparation of the implementation of national Recovery and Resilience Plans as well as peer-learning regarding the process through the exchange of national experiences. It is also meant to act as a spring-board for identifying Member States’ needs for capacity building at national or sub-national level through dedicated training, with the EUI acting as convener, given its nature and unique position amongst EU institutions.

The event takes place online under the Chatham House Rule. Participation is by invitation only, and brings together key stakeholders for discussion.

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  Online - Online

The July decision by the European Council on the EU Recovery Plan is composed of two pillars: a new recovery instrument which involves new funding raised on the financial markets for 2021-2024 ( Next Generation EU ); and a reinforced long-term EU budget for 2021-2027. Together, these are aimed at assisting Member States to recover and build back better , by aligning public and private investment with the broader EU goals, and notably its green and digital agenda. 

The sums involved are meant to be commensurate with the recovery needs of Member States and are certainly unprecedented in scale. Their effective use in the time horizon prescribed represents a huge challenge; Next Generation EU funds require legal commitments by 31 December 2023 (European Council, 2020). To this end, Member States are currently discussing with the Commission their national Recovery and Resilience Plans (RRPs) of reforms and investments.

The High-Level Policy Dialogue, organised by the EUI School of Transnational Governance, is aimed at stock-taking at the level of EU institutions and Member States on the preparation of the implementation of national Recovery and Resilience Plans as well as peer-learning regarding the process through the exchange of national experiences. It is also meant to act as a spring-board for identifying Member States’ needs for capacity building at national or sub-national level through dedicated training, with the EUI acting as convener, given its nature and unique position amongst EU institutions.

The event takes place online under the Chatham House Rule. Participation is by invitation only, and brings together key stakeholders for discussion.


Location:
Online - Online

Affiliation:
School of Transnational Governance

Type:
Special Event

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