This interim meeting is designed to provide TG members with more space for understanding the drivers and for exploring possible scenarios in preparation for the following TG meeting in December.
President Von der Leyen announced that the European Commission is going to develop a long-term vision for rural areas. In this workshop, which is part of the European Week of Regions and Cities, the Commission provided a brief introduction to frame the discussion (why do we need a vision, what is the Commission doing, awareness raising of consultation activities, follow-up of consultation activities via the Communication on a long-term vision). However, the main objective of the event was to have an exchange of views and debate with participants.
The fourteenth meeting of the European Rural Networks’ Steering Group (SG) exchanged on the Long Term Rural Vision, the CAP Reform and other relevant EU Policy Initiatives. The meeting provided an update on planned and forthcoming rural networks’ activities.
The Good Practice Workshop No 14 has the overall objective to reflect on experiences in relation to the assessment of resource efficiency and climate, with a view to preparing the ex-post evaluation of RDPs 2014-2020 and helping to identify lessons for the related future CAP indicators
The ENRD Thematic Group (TG) on ‘European Green Deal and Rural Areas’ focused on the EGD’s role in rural areas and on rural and agricultural activities’ possible contributions to achieving selected EGD objectives. The TG’s first meeting defined the specific topics that the TG will address in its further work until May 2021.
The eighth meeting of the European Rural Networks’ Assembly’s permanent Sub-group on LEADER/CLLD provided an update on Commission initiatives relating to LEADER.
Following the Workshop on Rural Jobs held in November 2019, this second ENRD Workshop on Vibrant Rural Areas looked at supporting the access to services for the rural population.