The Greek Rural Network cooperates with the local people for the sustainable future of the countryside. They create dialogue between farmers and researchers, and facilitate the inclusion of all stakeholders in the knowledge sharing process.
The Greek NRN defined four objectives:
Greek NRN also defined 2 horizontal objectives for the NRN:
How to become a member?
Who the members are?
How to get involved?
Greek NRN members can be funded for a part of a project or even for an entire project (always linking project actions to the Greek NRNs´ objectives and action plan). In order to get funding:
The NSU and the Managing Authority
The NSU (Unit of Networking and Publicity) is established within the Managing Authority and has three main responsibilities:
The NSU and the Monitoring Committee
The members of the Monitoring Committee are also NRN members and therefore can closely follow/ can get involved in all NRNs actions.
There are three levels of governance bodies. They meet depending on the needs.
The NRN Plenary is a platform where all NRN members are involved.
Coordination Committee (CC)
Total NRN public funds: 2 000 000
Out of which national co-financing: 300 000
Out of which EAFRD: 1 700 000