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This is the highlights report of the 1st meeting of the ENRD Thematic Group on the Long Term Rural Vision. It offers insights for the Foresight exercise that will feed into an EU Communication, as well as for activities and steps that are planned for developing the Vision, key trends and drivers that are shaping the future of European rural areas and ways to support stakeholder engagement.

This is the highlights report of the 4th meeting of the ENRD Thematic Group on the Long Term Rural Vision. Participants took stock of the main messages coming out of the ENRDs’ Rural Vision Week and listened to inspiring experiences of developing integrated national strategies for rural development. They also discussed how stakeholders can cooperate at local level to make the future Vision become a reality and how networks can best provide support.

This is the highlights report of the ENRD Rural Vision Week (March 2021), a five-day interactive online conference focused on involving stakeholders with preparations for a long-term vision for the future of EU rural areas.

More than 550 stakeholders participated directly during the event and its online outreach connected with thousands more through social media. This document summarises the key messages from the event.

This is the highlights report of the ENRD Workshop on Building a long-term vision for rural areas which was organised as part of the European Week of Regions and Cities.

It provides a brief overview of the vision (why do we need a vision, what is the European Commission doing, awareness raising of consultation activities), as well as an insight into the participants' views.

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This edition focuses on Rural Vision Week, a five-day interactive online conference focused on involving stakeholders with preparations for a long-term vision for the future of EU rural areas.

Rural development stakeholders from across Europe look at the future of their territories and of rural Europe, sharing their views on the role of rural youth, the importance of broadband development and the use of LEADER to support cultural projects.

This publication provides a qualitative analysis of the findings from stakeholder workshops contributing to the long-term vision for rural areas.

The text records the hopes and concerns of more than 3000 rural citizens from 19 different EU countries who participated in a series of workshops aimed at encouraging rural citizens to reflect on the social, economic, and environmental conditions of their own rural area and how it might change over the next 20 years, what developments they would like to see and the conditions and policies needed to reach their future vision.

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