1 The European vision to support Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) and Local Authorities (LAs) in partner countries Policy Forum on Development Bangkok, Thailand 25 June 2015 European Commission, DEVCO B2 Civil Society and Local Authorities"
2 International Commitments concerning Development Cooperation
3 A paradigm shift since 2000 International dimension Paris, 2005 Accra, 2008, Busan, 2011 Rio+20, 2012 MDGs 2000 European dimension EU Consensus on Development, 2005 Lisbon, 2009 Structured dialogue, Agenda for Change, 2011 Communication "A Decent Life for All", 2013 SDGs 2015
4 Paris Declaration on aid effectiveness(2005) FIVE PRINCIPLES: Appropriation, Alignment, Harmonization, Results-oriented management, Mutual accountability. Accra Agenda for Action (2008) RECOGNITION OF THE EXISTENCE OF OTHER ACTORS Busan Outcome Document (2011) FROM NATIONAL APPROPRIATION TO "DEMOCRATIC APPROPRIATION"
5 EU Agenda for Change (2011) A MORE POLITICAL FOCUS OF DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION 1. Support to fundamental values (Democracy, human rights, rule of law) 2. Main results to be achieved through EU support: (i) Good governance; (ii) Inclusive growth 3. Political Economy Analysis 4. Recognition of Local Authorities and Civil Society Organisations as full-fledged development actors alongside central governments (multi-actor approach) A new political lighthouse for EU External Action
6 CSOs-LAs and the EU response
7 "The Roots of Democracy and Sustainable Development: Europe's Engagement with Civil Society in External Relations (September 2012)
8 The Roots of Democracy and Sustainable Development:Europe's Engagement with CS in External Relations Topics in the Structured Dialogue Concluding Document (2011) Documento Enabling environment final (2011) for CSO Right of initiative of CSO and diversity Political multi stakeholders dialogues Democratic local ownership Multiple accountability and actors internal governance Partnership and complementarity Strategic mapping of CSOs at country level Division of Labour and harmonisation Selection and support mechanisms
9 What is a CSO? "The EU considers CSOs to include all non-state, not-for-profit structures, non-partisan and non violent, through which people organise to pursue shared objectives and ideals, whether political, cultural, social or economic. Operating from the local to the national, regional and international levels, they comprise urban and rural, formal and informal organisations. The EU values CSOs' diversity and specificities; it engages with accountable and transparent CSOs which share its commitment to social progress and to the fundamental values of peace, freedom, equal rights and human dignity. They include membership-based, cause-based and service-oriented CSOs. Among them, community-based organisations, non-governmental organisations, faith-based organisations, foundations, research institutions, Gender and LGBT organisations, cooperatives, professional and business associations, and the notfor-profit media. Trade unions and employers' organisations, the so-called social partners, constitute a specific category of CSOs."
10 Vision, scope and focus One vision: «An empowered and competent civil society is a crucial component of any democratic system and is an asset itself.» Focus on CSO-State relations and on CSO action in governance All regions and instruments concerned Local CSO at the forefront
11 Facilitate constructive relations between states CSOs in partner countries The policy - 3 priorities in all regions 1) Promoting a conducive environment for CSOs 2) Promoting meaningful and structured participation of CSOs in: Domestic policy making EU programming cycle; International processes and debates. 3) Increasing the capacity of local CSOs to perform their roles more effectively
12 EU support - the enabling environnement Through peer pressure, advocacy, diplomacy and political dialogue; Active monitoring and support to CSO led monitoring initiatives, Actions and measures against HR violations Capacity development of all actors Media CSO internal governance
13 EU support - inclusive policy making Structured dialogue mechanisms, national and local Multi-stakeholder, country, sector and actor specific dialogues (tripartite social dialogue) Quality of dialogue: timely, predictable & result oriented CSO: independent, representative and competent
14 EU country roadmaps for engagement with Civil Society in partner countries Operationalization of the Communication. Objectives: Improve impact, predictability and visibility of EU actions visà-vis civil society Ensure consistency and synergy throughout the various sectors Trigger coordination and sharing of best practices with Member States and other international actors 21 roadmaps already received for the region.
15 EU support Transparency and accountability at nationale level Partnerships to improve the quality of social service delivery Social economy, initiatives and partnerships combining social & economic ambitions for an inclusive and sustainable growth
16 CSOs in regional and global settings CSO participation in multilateral processes & arrangements Support in the area of Policy Coherence for Development Global citizenship + Development Education and Awareness Raising (DEAR) Dialogue with European institutions Policy Forum on Development
17 Council Conclusions 15 th October 2012 The Council welcomes the policy and puts forward a :.."renewed and more ambitious policy in support of civil society, with a focus on CSOs from partner countries and an emphasis on CSOs engagement to strengthening democratic processes and accountability systems and achieving better development outcomes"
18 "Empowering Local Authorities in partner countries for enhanced governance and more effective development outcomes (15 May 2013)
19 The policy document addresses: (1) Local Authorities (LAs) in EU partner countries: public institutions with legal personality, component of the State structure, below the level of central government and accountable to citizens; usually composed of a deliberative or policy-making body (council or assembly) and an executive body (the Mayor or other executive officer), directly or indirectly elected or selected at local level. The term encompasses different tiers of sub-national government, e.g. villages, municipalities, districts, counties, provinces, regions, etc. (2) Associations of Local Authorities (ALAs) in EU partner countries: umbrella organisations based on membership and representativeness at sub-national, national, sub-continental, continental and international level. ALAs may be organised as an autonomous entity in accordance with the legislation in force in the country of registration. Associations of Local Authorities may be composed of a representative body elected by its LA members and a permanent secretariat.
20 Why a Communication on Local Authorities? (i) LAs are the public institutions closest to citizens; LAs have the mandate, legitimacy and insitutional stability to act efficiently; LAs have leadership capacities and can promote a process of co-production for goods and services through mobilization of various actors (civil society, private sector ) and resources.
21 Why a Communication on Local Authorities? (ii) LAs are actors with whom the concept of accountability of public authorities to citizens and central authorities can be concretely implemented; Under national legislation, LAs can hold responsibilities in the following fields: Promote citizens' participation in decision-making processes affecting their lives; Ensure delivery of basic social services.
22 Why a Communication on Local Authorities? (iii) HOWEVER LAs need support in order to unlock their development potential as they encounter several barriers: An environement which does not always ensure proper capacitation of LAs to intervene in the public sector based on their mandates; Limited financial resources; Negative political factors, mainly related to the lack of effective leadership; high levels of corruption and bad administration; pandering and illegal economy; as well as deficient institutions.
23 Under the Principle of Subsidiarity: Public responsibilities, regulatory functions and spending are transferred to the lowest institutional or social level, closest to citizens, that is able and entrusted to complete those responsibilities and functions
24 Core messages (i) Promote a more strategic EU engagement with Local Authorities and Associations of Local Authorities (ALAs) in partner countries, also in crisis and risk-prone situations; Give emphasis to good governance (a human right based approach including the rule of law, human rights, gender equality) and participatory decision-making related to sustainable development and inclusive growth, in order to reinforce local political processes, transparency and boost democratic ownership of development; Enhance LAs accountability toward central authorities and citizens, via a continuous monitoring of progress towards sustainability.
25 Core messages (ii) Make LAs delivery of basic services more efficient and effective, to better respond to citizens' needs; Foster dialogue among different actors operating at local level multi-stakeholder partnerships approach; Support the definition of plans and implementation of socio-economic development strategies according to the territorial characteristics and needs multi-stakeholder participation + multi-sector approach Territorial Approach to Local Development
26 Unlocking the development potential of LAs through EU support (1) Decentralisation processes (2) Capacity development of LAs (3) Sustainable urbanisation (4) Associations of LAs
27 3 operational strategic priorities From the operational point of view, the new EU vision aspires to promote: Stronger political, adminsitrative and fiscal autonomy of Las thanks to decentralisation reforms; Means of institutional and capacity development of LAs Innovative solutions in the frame of rapid urbanisation, with the aim of enhancing social inclusion, territorial cohesion and environment protection.
28 A fourth one: Associations of LAs The EU's new focus aims at strengthening the role of Associations of LAs (ALAs) in: supporting their members in achieving good governance and more effective development outcomes, at three different levels : National, Regional, International Advocating and raising awareness about local and urban development issues in national policy contexts Shaping the international development agenda with a focus on the interests of local communities, particularly in view of the definition of the Post-2015 Development Agenda and the preparation of Habitat III.
29 Take-away messages: a more strategic EU engagement with CSOs in partner countries Focus on empowerment Funding adapted to local contexts More coordinated action Strenghten support to CSO capacity building Appropriate funding modalities Better understanding of the CSO field Long-term strategy, flexible and demanddriven New capacities Partnerships with EU CSOs Improve access to funding for local CSOs Development of roadmaps for EU engagement with Civil society Better coordination between the European Commission and EU Member States
30 Take-away messages: a more strategic EU engagement with LAs/ALAs in partner countries Empowerment of Local Authorities Promotion of a conducive environment at national and local levels Reinforce capacity of LAs and ALAs in partner countries through longterm, flexible and demand-driven approaches for capacity development Support to partnerships with EU LAs for exchange experience and transfer know-how Support the role of LAs/ ALAs play in shaping the international agenda Funding adapted to local contexts Innovative funding modalities facilitating transparent and cost effective access to resources at local level in the different EU programmes Flexibility of funds to support LAs/ALAs' own initiatives During the implementation of budget support, monitoring the extent that funds are transferred from central treasure to the most adequate level of administration to satisfy citizens' needs More coordinated action Understanding of institutional organisation and decentralisation processes at country level Policy coordination, complementarity and coherence between national authorities and sub-national authorities Coordination between Commission, EU Member States Improved cooperation of EU LAs/ALAs with counterparts in partner countries
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