NRN Profiles

National Rural Networks (NRNs) operate in each EU Member State to support and enhance rural development objectives as defined in the Rural Development Programmes (RDPs). NRNs enable and facilitate exchange and learning between all the partners involved in Rural Development policy implementation: public authorities, economic and social partners, and the relevant bodies representing civil society.

See below profile documents providing key information on the structure and functioning of the networks and their Network Support Units (NSUs). The NRN profiles include sections on the main NRN objectives, membership, governance, budget, and communication and self-assessment activities.

    

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Austria [PDF ENRD Magazine - Autumn 2015 - 13 Mb]

Latvia [PDF ENRD Magazine - Autumn 2015 - 13 Mb]

Belgium - Flanders [PDF ENRD Magazine - Autumn 2015 - 13 Mb]

Lithuania [PDF ENRD Magazine - Autumn 2015 - 13 Mb]

Belgium - Wallonia [PDF ENRD Magazine - Autumn 2015 - 13 Mb]

Luxembourg [PDF ENRD Magazine - Autumn 2015 - 13 Mb]

Bulgaria [PDF ENRD Magazine - Autumn 2015 - 13 Mb]

Malta [PDF ENRD Magazine - Autumn 2015 - 13 Mb]

Croatia [PDF ENRD Magazine - Autumn 2015 - 13 Mb]

Poland [PDF ENRD Magazine - Autumn 2015 - 13 Mb]

  • RDP information and contacts
  • NRN Intervention Logic [PDF ENRD Magazine - Autumn 2015 - 13 Mb]
  • NRN Tasks-FAPA-SIR [PDF ENRD Magazine - Autumn 2015 - 13 Mb]
  • NRN Structure [PDF ENRD Magazine - Autumn 2015 - 13 Mb]
  • NRN Operational Plan [PDF ENRD Magazine - Autumn 2015 - 13 Mb]

Cyprus [PDF ENRD Magazine - Autumn 2015 - 13 Mb]

Portugal [PDF ENRD Magazine - Autumn 2015 - 13 Mb]

Czech Republic [PDF ENRD Magazine - Autumn 2015 - 13 Mb]

Romania [PDF ENRD Magazine - Autumn 2015 - 13 Mb]

Denmark [PDF ENRD Magazine - Autumn 2015 - 13 Mb]

Slovakia [PDF ENRD Magazine - Autumn 2015 - 13 Mb]

Estonia [PDF ENRD Magazine - Autumn 2015 - 13 Mb]

  • RDP information and contacts
  • NRN Monitor and Evaluation Plan [PDF ENRD Magazine - Autumn 2015 - 13 Mb]
  • NRN Activity Plan [PDF ENRD Magazine - Autumn 2015 - 13 Mb]
  • NRN Communication Plan [PDF ENRD Magazine - Autumn 2015 - 13 Mb]
  • NRN Structure [PDF ENRD Magazine - Autumn 2015 - 13 Mb]

Slovenia [PDF ENRD Magazine - Autumn 2015 - 13 Mb]

Finland [PDF ENRD Magazine - Autumn 2015 - 13 Mb]

Spain [PDF ENRD Magazine - Autumn 2015 - 13 Mb]

France [PDF ENRD Magazine - Autumn 2015 - 13 Mb]

Sweden [PDF ENRD Magazine - Autumn 2015 - 13 Mb]

Germany [PDF ENRD Magazine - Autumn 2015 - 13 Mb]

The Netherlands [PDF ENRD Magazine - Autumn 2015 - 13 Mb]

Greece [PDF ENRD Magazine - Autumn 2015 - 13 Mb]

United Kingdom - England [PDF ENRD Magazine - Autumn 2015 - 13 Mb]

Hungary [PDF ENRD Magazine - Autumn 2015 - 13 Mb]

United Kingdom - Northern Ireland [PDF ENRD Magazine - Autumn 2015 - 13 Mb]

Ireland [PDF ENRD Magazine - Autumn 2015 - 13 Mb]

United Kingdom - Scotland [PDF ENRD Magazine - Autumn 2015 - 13 Mb]

Italy [PDF ENRD Magazine - Autumn 2015 - 13 Mb]

United Kingdom - Wales [PDF ENRD Magazine - Autumn 2015 - 13 Mb]

 

For additional information on NRNs, see the following pages:

  • NRN Mapping Reports: synthetic information on the state-of-play and activities of NRNs and NSUs;
  • NRN Toolkit: collection of useful materials intended to assist NSUs in achieving key NRN objectives and tasks;
  • Network Self-Assessment: overview and useful resources on NRN self-assessment approaches and activities.

The profiles of the 2007-2013 NRNs can be accessed through the archived ENRD website.