The workshop introduced and explained the concept of results-based agri-environment payment schemes (RBAPS) to national and regional authorities and explored the potential constraints and opportunities for their implementation.
The second meeting of the TG started developing recommendations for European and National Rural Networks through analyising ‘stakeholder involvement’ examples and practices.
The training aimed at improving the capacity of national and regional authorities to ensure sound financial management of EU Funds, including best value for money.
The first meeting of the TG aimed to refine and prioritise the key challenges around RDP implementation and start exchanging experiences and practices to bring to the attention of the wider ENRD community.
The training aimed at improving the capacity of national and regional authorities to implement simplification measures in order to lower the administrative burden to beneficiaries of the 2014-2020 RDPs.
The first meeting of the Rural Networks’ Steering Group (SG) marked the start of this governance body's work of providing guidance and coordination to the activities of the European Rural Networks (ENRD and EIP-AGRI).
The first meeting of the TG aimed to identify areas where networking can improve stakeholder involvement in Rural Development policy and its implementation on the ground.
The Rural Networks’ Assembly was successfully launched as the main governance body of the ENRD and EIP-AGRI networks and marked a major milestone in increasing stakeholder involvement in the implementation of EU Rural Development policy.
The first European meeting of the National Rural Networks (NRNs) in the 2014-2020 programming period aimed to develop a shared understanding of how the NRNs and the ENRD Contact Point can work together most effectively to achieve common objectives.