The 4th meeting of the Thematic Group (TG) discussed the final outputs from the TG work, reflected on lessons learned, and made proposals for the future ENRD thematic work.
The seventh meeting of the European Rural Networks’ Steering Group (SG) focused on networks’ planned activities and how these contribute to the Cork 2.0 Action Plan.
The 4th meeting of the Thematic Group (TG) will reflect on emerging conclusions from the case study and good example analysis and discuss how they could be scaled up at EU level.
The event discussed how business innovation can be used to revitalise rural areas, including EU policies and tools to support and existing practice to inspire future initiatives.
This ENRD workshop discussed how the Rural Development Programmes (RDPs) can foster farm resilience, generate and stabilise farm income, and reinforce existing initiatives.
The 7th NRNs’ meeting will build on previous ENRD thematic work on ‘Stakeholder Involvement’ by looking at advisory services and their contribution to project design and implementation.
The 3rd meeting of the Thematic Group (TG) discussed emerging findings in relation to the contribution of the Rural Development Programmes (RDPs) to resource efficiency objectives, and considered the format of the final TG outputs.
The workshop focused on the different ways in which Local Action Groups (LAGs) and other actors can strengthen and improve LEADER’s contribution to rural innovation at local, regional, national and EU levels by extending its scope, raising ambitions and reinforcing links with other rural innovation activities.
The fourth meeting of the LEADER Sub-group presented the state of play of LEADER programming and implementation. It featured updates on the 'Practitioner-led Working Group on Cooperation' and recommendations from the Cork 2.0 Conference and the seminar on 'Achieving Results the CLLD Way'.
This ENRD workshop discussed ways to respond to demographic change and promote social inclusion in rural areas. Entitled 'Social Hubs in Rural Europe', the event explored existing hubs of activity and inspiring initiatives from across Europe.