This ENRD workshop – organised in partnership with the Italian Rural Network – considered how the Rural Development Programmes (RDPs) are delivered and coordinated at the national level, as well as what the links are between regional RDPs.
This workshop, entitled ‘Putting simplification into practice’, discussed how LEADER implementation can be simplified in the current programming period as well as simplification priorities for the future.
This ENRD workshop brought together Managing Authorities (MAs) and Paying Agencies (PAs) from all 28 EU Member States to discuss the practical implications of shifting to a performance-based delivery model for the CAP.
The 2nd meeting of the Thematic Group (TG) presented highlights of the initial results of the research work carried out by the ENRD Contact Point on results-based payment schemes, collective approaches, and nutrients management.
The fourth meeting of the Rural Networks’ Assembly made recommendations for improving network activities based on the networks’ self-assessment exercise, made proposals for the 2018 priority activities, and exchanged on the European Commission’s Communication on CAP modernisation and simplification.
The second Thematic Group (TG) meeting focused on social innovation initiatives and their role in revitalising rural services. It demonstrated that the momentum behind Smart Villages is growing - both on the ground and at a policy level.
The European Evaluation Helpdesk for Rural Development is pleased to invite you to the Good Practice Workshop, “National Rural Networks’ support to the evaluation of RDPs”, which will take place in Athens, Greece from 30 November - 1 December, 2017. Main target audiences: Managing Authorities, National Rural Networks, evaluators and other evaluation stakeholders. Register online now!
This ENRD workshop explored the causes for both ‘risk averse’ and ‘opportunity seeking’ attitudes towards local innovation and sought to identify the factors which would contribute to enhancing LEADER innovation.
En este taller de las RRN se debatió en torno a los retos clave que la inclusión social plantea en las zonas rurales, así como sobre la manera de afrontarlos atrayendo a los jóvenes, reforzando las capacidades emprendedoras, mejorando la percepción sobre las zonas rurales y comunicando mejor el atractivo del medio rural.
Durante la novena reunión de las RRN se debatió cómo coordinar las actividades relacionadas con los siguientes asuntos: vincular y notificar el trabajo temático entre las RRN, desarrollar el enfoque futuro de las buenas prácticas y recabar y divulgar las estadísticas comunes de las redes.