CAP 2020+

Cork 2.0 DECLARATION 2016 Better Rural Life

Cork 2.0 DECLARATION 2016 Better Rural Life

The European Rural Development Conference, organized by the European Commission, is being held in Cork in September 2016, with the aim of discussing with a wide range of stakeholders the current and future challenges of agriculture and rural areas, as well as potential policy responses. The main result of this important event is the “Declaration of Cork 2.0: Better life in rural areas”, providing a framework for future policies and actions for rural development in Europe.

The Cork 2.0 Declaration came exactly 20 years after the revolutionary Cork European Conference on Rural Development in 1996, ending with the signing of the original Cork Declaration, which laid the foundations for EU rural development policy.
 
European Parliament: Towards a Common Agricultural Policy after 2020

Тowards a Common Agricultural Policy after 2020

Report on the future of food and farming ( Dorfmann report)

OPINION of the Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development to the attention of the Committee on Constitutional Affairs state on debate on the future of Europe (2018/2094(INI)) – 14.11.2018 

OPINION of the Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development for the Committee of Budgets oon the Interim report on MFF 2021-2027 – Parliament’s position in view of an agreement (COM(2018)0322 –2018/0166R(APP))- 10.10.2018

OPINION of the Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development for the Committee on International Trade on harnessing flobalisation:trade aspects (2018/2005 (INI)) – 22.6.2018

OPINION of the Commitee on Agriculture and Rural Development for the Committee on Regional Development on lagging regions in the EU (2017/2208(INI))- 25.1.2018 OPINION of the Commitee on Agriculture and Rural Development for the Commitee on Budgets  the next MFF: Preparing the Parliament’s position on the MFF post – 2020 (2017/2052(INI))- 26.1.2018

OPINION of the Commitee on Agriculture and Rural Development for the Committeeon the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety(2016/2223(INI))- 27.3.2017

OPINION of the Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development for the Committee on Regional Development on the right funding mix for Europe’s regions:balancing financial instruments and grants in EU cohesion policy  (2016/2302(INI))- 1.3.2017

OPINITON of the Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development for the Committee on Regional Development on cohesion policy on mountainous regions of the EU(2015/2279(INI))- 24.2.2016

OPINION of the Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development for the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs on working conditions and precarious employment (2016/2221(INI))- 28.2.2017

Mainstreaming Innovation Funding in the EU Budget

Opinion of the European Economic and Social Committee on The future of food and agriculture
Positions, reports and analyzes
  • POSITIONS

Position of Bulgatian agricultural community on the future Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) after 2020

Decalaration by non-government organizations of the agricultural community in Bulgaria to support “A strong CAP after 2020”

National Agricultural Forum – CAP after 2020

Positrion CAP after 2020  – Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management of Austria

 FooDDrink Europe Position – Priorities for modernising and simplifying the CAP -BELGIUM

CEMA Position – European Agricultural Machinery Association

Estonian position on CAP 2020 +  -Ministry of Rural Affairs

Eucolait views on the future CAP post 2020  –  European Association of Dairy Trade

Position Spain CAP after 2020– “Modernization and simplification of the Common Agricultural Policy” 

Position CAP after 2020 – IFA – Irish Farmers’ Association

Official position CAP after 2020  COPA-COGECA – Committee of Professional Agricultural Organisations-General Confederation of Agricultural Cooperatives

Official position of Latvia CAP after 2020

Poland’s Priorities for Common Agricultural policy after 2020

 UNITAB position CAP after 2020 – The association of European tobacco producers

 French contribution position  – Франция 

Development of the University of Wageningen

Priorities of Netherlands CAP  2021

 Macra na Feirme POSITION – Irish voluntary rural youth organisation

 IFOAM POSITION – International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements   

CEJA POSITION  – The European Council of Young

Resolution on the Multiannual Financial Framework of the EU (MFF) for the period 2021 – 2027 The Economic and Social Council of Bulgaria 

Memorandum -Future MFF –CAP Ministers of agriculture from Finland –France –Greece –Ireland –Portugal –Spain 

V4+3 Joint Declaration

Common Declaration on CAP Future – Estonia –Latvia- Lithuania

  • REPORTS

World Bank Report “Thinking CAP: Supporting Agricultural Jobs and Incomes in the EU“  

  • ANALYZES

Влияние на Общата селскостопанска политика на ЕС върху българското земеделие, МЗХГ 2017

SYNTHESIZED REPORT 10 YEARS OF CAP IN BULGARIA, Institute of Agrarian Economics, AA

10 YEARS CAP IN BULGARIA, “Intelliagro”

The EU’s Common Agricultural Policy Post 2020: Directions of Change and Potential Trade and Market EffectsAgricultureNovember 2018, Alan Matthews

Chronology
  • 1962: The European Economic Community launches the CAP
  • 1992: Reforms focus on producers, not market support
  • 2003: Introduction stricter rules for food safety, the environment and animal welfare
  • April 2010:Launching a public debate on the future of EU agricultural policy 2014-2020
  • November 2010: Commission Communication on the CAP towards 2020
  • 12 October 2011: The Commission presents proposals for CAP reform
  • 2011-2013: Debate on the Commission’s proposals for the CAP 2014-2020 to the European Parliament and of the Council
  • 20 October 2011: EU agriculture ministers hold a first exchange of views on the proposed reform
  • 7 November  2011: The Committee on Agriculture of the European Parliament hearing Ministers of Agriculture
  • 23-24 January 2013: The Committee on Agriculture supports a less green, more flexible CAP
  • 12-13 March 2013: Parliamentary debate and vote on the various regulations and implementing acts
  • April- June 2013: Negotiations between the European Parliament, the European Commission and the EU Council of Ministers of Agriculture
  • 1 January 2014: The new CAP enters into force, but delays in the approval process delay implementation until 2015.
  • November 2015: European Commission presents proposals to rationalization the greening of the CAP 2014-2020, market organization and other requirements
  • 2016: Introduction of CAP optimization measures 2014-2020
  • 2016: Review of environmental measures of the CAP 2014-2020
  • 2017: CAP “Status Check”
  • February – May 2017:The European Commission holds public consultations on the future of the CAP beyond 2020.
  • November 2017: Communication from the Commission on the Future of Food and Farming
  • 2 May 2018: The Commission presents its proposal for the multiannual financial framework for 2021-2027.
  • 1 June 2018: The Commission discloses plans for the Common Agricultural Policy beyond 2020.
  • 18 July 2018: The Agriculture and Fisheries Council is discussing the CAP reform package after 2020.
  • 2020: New EU budget and possibly update the CAP