The event will present the main outcome of the RECAP project: a tool for efficient remote monitoring of Common Agriculture Policy (CAP) obligations through open satellite and user-generated data, tailored to the needs of farmers, consultants and Paying Agencies.
This OECD event will discuss how megatrends such as digitalisation, automation and the development of the ‘gig’ economy are impacting jobs, workplaces and local economic development opportunities, and how national and local leaders could address these issues.
Under the title ‘Citizens and municipalities: building sustainability through collaboration’, the conference invites participants to share their experiences, and explore ways to encourage and support a local alignment and collaboration between citizens and municipal partners.
The aim of the event is to facilitate cooperation among LAGs and to support them in search of relevant projects partners. Examples of social inclusion, poverty reduction and economic development in rural areas will be presented.
Under the heading ‘European Parks: Inspired by the Next Generation’, the event will feature dynamic speakers, workshops and field trips to explore innovative ways of involving young people in the management of protected areas.
This annual film festival examines the persistence of rural culture in contemporary society through a variety of testimonies from the rural world and aims to encourage a renewal of traditions of the land in new generations.
The thematic group, run by the BCO Network Support Facility, is looking to bring a better understanding on which areas and population groups are under-serviced, and explore ways that aid intervention can be planned for such target areas.