Under the auspices of the Slovenian EU Council Presidency and the Hungarian Visegrad4 Presidency the BIOEAST Initiative organizes a conference aiming to present the BIOEAST Foresight Report, to internalize the foresight experts’ recommendations, to debate about priority issues, policy support and possible pathways. It is plan as a hybrid event, looking for 100 participants physically present in the venue.
Agri Travel & Slow Travel Expo has the purpose to maximize the wide tourist offer of rural areas, where the excellence of typical products and their production activities, the nutritional education, the relationship between agriculture, environment and eco-tourism related to typical food are able to offer a wide showcase of our national territory.
The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC), together with ECOLISE and RURENER will hold the closing event of the Communities for Future Week working on the development of policy pathways and recommendations that reflect the reality and current solutions put to the front by community-led initiatives, citizens and organisations.
The conference will provide answers on how the Long Term Vision for Rural Areas will mobilise public authorities and stakeholders to act on the needs and aspirations of rural residents. The international LAG forum is taking place side by side with the international conference, which is also one of the official high-level events within the Slovenian Presidency of the Council of the European Union.
RUBIZMO and LIVERUR, both funded under the Horizon 2020 Programme, will bring together a wide variety of stakeholders to officially mark the end of the two projects. This event presents the opportunity to discuss and plan for the large-scale replication of innovative business models supporting sustainable growth and job creation in European rural areas.
Save the date! The #EURegionsWeek organisers announced the dates of the next edition of the European Week of Regions and Cities. The following 4 themes emerged very clearly out of the 819 replies received to the post-event survey, and will therefore constitute the focus of the 19th edition: Green, Cohesion, Citizens, Digital.
This is the final event of the Erasmus+ project FARMINFIN, on innovative finance in agriculture, of which the European Council of Young Farmers (CEJA) is the leader. You will hear about FARMINFIN project outputs and results as well as inspiring stories from farmers. Hybrid event (in Brussels and online).
During this conference, Euromontana will present the results of this large survey that collected more than 1100 answers all over Europe. Expectations and wishes of young people will be analysed such as the answers provided by policy-makers to try to answer to these needs.