The European Network for Rural Development (ENRD) is the structure that brings together all the stakeholders aiming to achieve improved rural development results in the EU.
The network serves as a hub for the sharing of information about how Rural Development policy, programmes, projects and other initiatives are working in practice and how they can be improved to achieve more.
Explore the latest ENRD publications, including:
Discover articles on:
- Assessing RDP Impacts in 2019: How to Choose the Most Suitable Evaluation Approach?
- Communicating on Rural Development Programmes
- Seventh Good Practice Workshop: Showing the Added Value of Leader/CLLD Through Evaluation
Expand your knowledge of:
- Assessing CAP Pillar II impacts on the Sustainable Management of Natural Resources and Climate Actions
Learn all about the major Cork 2.0 Rural Development Conference & Declaration and explore:
The main objective of the Guidelines is to provide a non-binding complement to other guidelines and offer advice to RDP evaluation stakeholders on how to carry out the evaluation activities for answering the common evaluation questions related to innovation.