GREEN SEMINAR: DO NOT SIGNIFICANT HARM (DNSH) and other golden horizontal rules in EU Funds 2021-2027. How to implement Green Deal and other key EU priorities in projects in practice.

You’ll develop the skills to effectively integrate and apply the EU Green Deal and other horizontal priorities across EU Funds, ensuring projects support environmental objectives without significant harm. You’ll also learn to navigate the complex landscape of reporting, monitoring, and compliance to avoid issues during audits.
How not support economic activities that do significant harm to any environmental objective? What do other obligatory rules mean in practice: non-discrimination, equality in general and sustainable development, charter of fundamental rights, the Paris Agreement on Climate Change? How to implement concrete priorities of EU Green Deal in rules of programmes 2021-2027, selection criteria and projects’ indicators? What are the demarcation lines in these horizontal principles between ERDF, CF, ESF+, RRF, EAFRD? What are the reporting, monitoring and control obligations and tools regarding EU horizontal rules in projects in practice? You just have to know it! We are waiting for you in Vienna…

What will you learn?

  • All obligatory horizontal priorities for EU Funds 2021-2207;
  • Demarcation lines for horizontal rules between: ERDF, CF, ESF+, RRF, EAFRD;
  • Green deal in practice: how to implement these rules specifically in your programme;
  • Key aspects of sustainable development rules for various types of projects in ERDF, CF, ESF+, RRF and EAFRD;
  • How to define main selection criteria and key indicators dedicated horizontal principles in Programmes 2021-2027;
  • Main monitoring and reporting obligations: how to avoid troubles with control and audit;
  • Key novelty → DO NOT SIGNIFICANT HARM in EU Programmes 2021-2027 IN PRACTICE (set of rules and practical recommendations) – first complex case study ever!

Do you have more questions?

Contact us

Leipziger Platz 15
10117 Berlin

Who is this course for?

Public staff and other experts dealing with the implementation, management, certification and control of all EU Funds, especially from:

  • Managing Authorities
  • Intermediate Bodies
  • Certifying Authorities
  • Audit Authorities
  • Beneficiaries of EU Funds
  • National and Investment Banks
  • Regional Governments and Development Agencies
  • International, national and local associations and networks
  • Other stakeholders dealing with implementation, management and control of EU Funds

Vienna, Austria

Vienna, with its rich cultural heritage, status as a global diplomatic hub, and reputation for high-quality educational facilities, provides an inspiring and conducive environment for diverse and effective training programs.


Next to the training materials the training fee is covering:
a) the catering during the training (3 coffee breaks and a lunch every day);
b) the walking tour in a good company in Vienna (the evening of the first day of the training);
c) delicious diner;
d) family photo and some souvenirs for active participants.



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