Publications

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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 guidance is intended to facilitate the implementation of LEADER Cooperation activities under the 2014-2020 Rural Development Programmes (RDPs).
It was issued by the European Commission's DG AGRI in 2013 and was updated in 2017 to include the input and recommendations of the Practitioner-led Working Group on LEADER Cooperation run by the ENRD Contact Point.

This is a practical guidance for LEADER/CLLD actors on the role of Local Development Strategies in implementing the LEADER/CLLD approach. This includes guidance on participative approaches to their development, an overview of recommended content and action planning.

This is an ENRD guidance document providing an introduction to the use of Simplified Cost Options (SCOs) in LEADER.
It was produced in the context of an ENRD workshop on the topic. 
This is an ENRD guidance document on planning for the use of Simplified Cost Options (SCOs) in the Rural Development Programmes (RDPs) and for calculating lump sums and flat rates.
It was produced in the context of an ENRD workshop on SCOs in LEADER. 
This is an ENRD guidance document on using lump sums for the provision of preparatory support for LEADER Local Action Groups (LAGs).
It was produced in the context of an ENRD workshop on SCOs in LEADER. 
This is an ENRD guidance document on applying Simplified Cost Options (SCOs) flat rates to LEADER Local Action Groups' (LAGs) running and animation costs.
It was produced in the context of an ENRD workshop on SCOs in LEADER. 
This is an ENRD guidance document on the use of the shelf 'flat rates' for direct Local Action Group (LAG) staff animation and running costs.
It was produced in the context of an ENRD workshop on SCOs in LEADER. 
This guidance is intended to provide those directly involved in Local Action Groups some practical tools and suggestions for implementing CLLD in a range of contexts.
It was issued at the start of the 2014-2020 programming period and complements the guidance on 'Community-led Local Development in European Structural and Investment Funds'.
This guidance is intended to help the authorities in EU Member States to create the conditions for effectively using CLLD in their  2014-2020 Partnership Agreements and to design it in their respective programmes.
It was issued by four Directorates-General of the European Commission.

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