Publications

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This edition focuses on networX – the Brussels meeting on 11-12 April 2019 was the largest gathering of the rural development networking community in the current programming period. The key messages from networX are highlighted as are the winners of the first ever ENRD Rural Inspiration Awards.

Members of the Rural Development community who are making a positive difference in rural areas are featured in the ‘Rural perspectives’ section, including great examples of social and digital communications – from Ireland and at European level – and transnational cooperation projects in the tourism sector targeting a new kind of tourist and a report detailing the positive impact of the CAP on rural development in Poland. The regular news round-up includes the latest on the ENRD’s thematic work on Smart Villages and the Bioeconomy and a report on new rural credit services.

This issue of the EU Rural Review examines the role of networking in rural development policy. It traces how networking has evolved to become a defining characteristic of rural development in Europe. 

All types of rural stakeholders interact in today’s increasingly diverse networking ecosystem. The publication concludes by considering how Networking will continue to evolve under the future policy environment.

For more about networking check out ‘networX’, the largest gathering of rural networking practitioners organised under the current programming period.

Networking – and rural development networking is a prime example of this – is first and foremost about people. It is about coming together, developing new ways of thinking and operating, and building something new, together; something that is bigger than the sum of its individual parts; and something that benefits rural communities everywhere.

On the occasion of networX – the largest ever gathering of the European rural networking community to be organised under the 2014-2020 programming period – we want to salute the human spirit of networking and mark 10 years of the European Network for Rural Development (ENRD).

This book highlights rural networking through the eyes of young people, as they are the ones who will determine the future development of Europe’s countryside. It also illustrates how networks support rural entrepreneurship, the environment, rural heritage and vibrant rural communities – areas where the impact of rural networking is unmistakable.

This is the main report of the 13th meeting of the National Rural Networks (NRNs) in the 2014-2020 period. Event co-organised by the Irish Rural Network Support Unit.

It overviews exchanges on ways of reinforcing stakeholder engagement; various topics including networking under the post-2020 Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), Smart Villages and Generational Renewal; and finally the networX event (11-12 April 2019 – Brussels, Belgium).

This factsheet presents key findings about the experiences of Network Support Units (NSUs) in collecting and disseminating examples of projects supported through the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD). The findings emerged from the analysis of information gathered through an online survey and the ENRD Workshop on 'Project Examples and Good Practices'.

This ENRD workshop brought together representatives of the Network Support Units (NSUs) to explore ways of identifying, collecting and disseminating project examples and good practices.

The event looked at the state-of-play across the EU and at various aspects of NSU work related to project examples and good practices.

Interactive group work sessions allowed the discussion of methods for approaching project holders, challenges and opportunities to address, ways of capitalising on the collected examples and effective dissemination methods. In addition, innovative examples of dissemination highlighted transferable.

This is the main report of the twelfth meeting of the National Rural Networks (NRNs) in the 2014-2020 period.
It overviews the contribution of NRNs to the design of the Networking pages on the ENRD website, their involvement in the networX event and how to engage them in the thematic work on Bioeconomy.

The Common Network Statistics (CNS) provides an insight into the quantitative outputs of NRNs in Y4 (2017 data), highlighting the development achieved by the NRNs.

This mapping report overviews the state-of-play of networking activities carried out by the National Rural Network (NRN) support units and related to Rural Development Programme (RDP) implementation, NRN operational challenges and future plans, as well as thematic work.

This is the main report of a dedicated NRN workshop, which overviews a wide range of rural development communication actions and campaigns carried out by the National Rural Network support units in the 2014-2020 period.

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