The fifth meeting of the European Rural Networks’ Assembly will inform on the content and state-of-play of discussions on the post-2020 Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) legislative framework, with a specific focus on networking and innovation.
This ENRD workshop will overview the current Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) support to young farmers and new entrants, showcase examples of innovative ways to enter farming, and explore opportunities to support generational renewal under the post-2020 CAP Strategic Plans.
The sixth meeting of the Thematic Group (TG) on Smart Villages brought together key rural development stakeholders from across Europe to exchange ideas on how EU policy instruments can support smart villages now and in the future, with a particular focus on LEADER, cooperation and the future digital strategies.
This ENRD workshop brought together representatives of the National Rural Network (NRN) support units to explore ways of effectively identifying, collecting and disseminating project examples and good practices.
The European Evaluation Helpdesk for Rural Development is pleased to invite you to the Good Practice Workshop, 'Approaches to assess socio-economic and sector related RDP impacts in 2019', which will take place in Warsaw, Poland 24-25 October 2018.
This ENRD Seminar brought together representatives from national and regional rural development authorities to discuss the elements needed for the preparation of the post-2020 Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) Strategic Plans.
The 10th meeting of the European Rural Networks’ Steering Group (SG) informed participants on the content and state-of-play of discussions on the legislative framework of the post-2020 Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), focusing on the networking aspects.
This ENRD Seminar explored the current and future roles of LEADER, including its added value in different thematic areas as well as where and how it can contribute more widely, beyond the local rural context.
The first meeting of the Thematic Group (TG) defined and agreed priorities, methodologies and communication tools for the TG whose overall objective is to encourage the development of sustainable bioeconomy value chains in rural areas.
The fifth Thematic Group (TG) brought together around 40 stakeholders from 16 different countries and a wide range of organisations to exchange ideas on how to design Smart Village strategies to effectively empower rural communities in different national contexts.