Co-financed by the Republic of Turkey and the European Union and conducted by Economic and Financial Policies Directorate of the Ministry for European Union Affairs, "Support to Preparation of the National Strategy for Harmonization with the EU Acquis in the “Right of Establishment and Freedom to Provide Services” Chapter Project will organize purpose-oriented workshops on Professional Qualifications on 9-10 September, on Institutional Capacity Building for Study Visits on 11-14 September and on Services Directive on 15-18 September at Holiday Inn Hotel Ankara.
Services Directive and Professional Qualifications
The Purpose-oriented workshops are going to be organized in order to train the stakeholders on the requirements of Directive 2006/123/EC with a view to making them familiar with legal interpretation necessary when conducting relative assessment of the national legislation. The workshops on the other hand, aim at familiarising the participants with the legal interpretation necessary for assessing national legislation.
While the Purpose-Oriented Workshops on 9-10 September are concerning every participant, the other ones on 15-16 September will be organised for the participants from relevant ministries. And, eventually, the workshops on 17-18 September will be organised for the participants from NGOs and Professional Organisations.
The results of the workshops will help to harness the efforts of people from all the relevant institutions an enable them to contribute to the analysis. This is not only important in terms of helping to draw conclusions. It will also help to prepare the institutions concerned for the changes that will inevitably be found to be necessary and pave the way for the subsequent development of new legal and administrative measures and legislation.
Workshop on Institutional Capacity Building for the Study Visits
The workshops on 11 and 14 September will be organized within the context of the study visits which will be brought about in October and November to Romania, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom and the study visits will be supported with the workshops in order to pre-determine the specific needs, constraints, physical and legal prerequisites and possible Point(s) of Single Contact alternatives.
The workshops will begin with the presentation of a number of key questions to be answered, relating for example to different types of Point(s) of Single Contact models and possible future scenarios.
The answers to the questions will help to define possible models and scenarios that should be developed further. They will include single and multi-institution structures as well as an electronic portal, and will take into account different ways of transferring information and decisions, as well as the necessary advisory support and the results of the workshops will include the identification of a set of criteria to be met by whatever Point(s) of Single Contact structure is developed, and a list of expectations.