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DG AGRI Commissioner Janusz Wojciechowski announced the five winners during the virtual Award Ceremony of Rural Inspiration Awards 2021.
The ENRD, in close cooperation with the European Commission, organised a virtual event - ‘Rural Vision Week: Imagining the future of Europe’s rural areas’ between 22 and 26 March 2021.
This interactive event included high level presentations and discussions, a marketplace, workshops and ‘fringe’ activities. These involved European stakeholder participants in working together to contribute to the preparation of a long term Vision for the future of EU rural areas in relation to which the Commission is scheduled to adopt a Communication later this summer. Presentations, video recordings and overviews of other activities that took place during the Rural Vision Week are available on the...
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The ENRD, in close cooperation with the European Commission, is organising a webinar on 22 April 2021: 'Getting the CAP Strategic Plans done: the voice of regions and stakeholders'.
The aim of the event is to share views and exchange experiences during high level discussions with the European Commission, European Parliament and others regarding the participation of regions and other stakeholders during preparations for the future CAP Strategic Plans.
This event will be webstreamed live here on Thursday 22 April 2021 starting at 10:00 CET, no registration required.
The Marketplace is an integral part of the Rural Vision Week programme, running alongside other activities such as the plenary sessions, the workshops and the fringe events.
‘OUR RURAL’ Marketplace aims at providing various rural stakeholders including local communities, regional/national stakeholders, EU-wide organisations and research projects, the opportunity to present their ideas and contribution to the Long-Term Rural Vision until 2040.
This is your chance to take part in the Marketplace and explore key activities and messages for developing the Long-Term Vision for Rural Areas (LTVRA) at 23 virtual stalls!