The fourth meeting of the LEADER Sub-group will present the state of play of LEADER programming and implementation. It will feature updates on the 'Practitioner-led Working Group on Cooperation' and recommendations from the Cork 2.0 Conference and the seminar on 'Achieving Results the CLLD Way'.
This ENRD workshop discussed ways to respond to demographic change and promote social inclusion in rural areas. Entitled 'Social Hubs in Rural Europe', the event explored existing hubs of activity and inspiring initiatives from across Europe.
This workshop, jointly organised by the ENRD Contact Point and the European Council of Young Farmers (CEJA), focused on identifying how various Rural Development Programmes Measures could support generational renewal.
The 3rd meeting of the Thematic Group (TG) on 'Smart and Competitive Rural Businesses' will see an exchange of inspiring examples, with a specific focus on linkages between rural businesses and the wider rural community.
The 2nd meeting of the Thematic Group (TG) helped define the main areas of interest for improving implementation of the Rural Development Programmes (RDPs) to better support the resource-efficient rural economy.
The event focused on how to make the best possible use of the Community-Led Local Development (CLLD) method supported under Rural Development (EAFRD), Fisheries (EMFF), Regional Development (ERDF) and Social (ESF) Funds.
The workshop discussed the design and implementation of result-oriented Agri-environment-climate Measures (AECM); collective approaches to AECM; and support for input reduction.
This Good Practice Workshop provides a forum for evaluation stakeholders to discuss and exchange approaches for data management in RDPs 2014-2020.
The third meeting of the Rural Networks’ Assembly discussed the main themes and activities of the three support units, as well as follow-up actions to the Cork 2.0 Declaration, with a special focus on the topic of ‘digitisation’.
The 2nd meeting of the Thematic Group (TG) on ‘Smart & Competitive Rural Businesses’ focused on identifying and analysing main business support tools to: developing and implementing creative and sustainable business ideas; and making use of digitisation for rural businesses.