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An EU-level overview and analysis of LEADER Cooperation activities under the 2007-2013 Rural Development Programmes (RDPs). This covers the extent and nature of cooperation activities and how these were implemented.

This document outlines proposals and good practice examples of LEADER Cooperation. It is based on the work of the LEADER Cooperation Practitioner-led Working Group run by the ENRD Contact Point.

This ENRD Guidance is focused on the practical implementation of Transnational Cooperation projects. It refers to specific tools to support the processes, these are presented as separate documents.

This document is intended as a practical tool providing cooperation project templates and relevant practices used in EU Member States. The information has been collected by the LEADER Cooperation Practitioner-led Working Group run by the ENRD Contact Point.

An EU-level overview of the implementation framework for LEADER Cooperation activities across the Rural Development Programmes (RDPs). This resource is intended for those interested in cooperation projects and priovides information on the conditions which apply in other countries/RDPs.
It is based on an ENRD Contact Point survey and validation by Managing Authorities.

This is the main report of a dedicated ENRD workshop exploring the topics of Transnational Cooperation (TNC) and LEADER Innovation through the use of a practitioner-led approach as a networking and capacity-building tool.

This is the main report of a dedicated ENRD workshop identifying practical steps for Managing Authorities (MAs) and National Rural Networks (NRNs) to improve the implementation and quality of cooperation projects.
The event led to establishment of  a Practitioner-led Working Group to help facilitate better LEADER Cooperation across the EU.

This document is intended as a practical tool providing a template of a 'roadmap' for planning the lifespan of a Transnational Cooperation (TNC) project.

This example from a dedicated ENRD workshop explores the Estonian approach to simplification of Local Action Group (LAG) functioning and procedures.

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