Publications

Total results: 37.
This is the main report of a dedicated CLLD seminar jointly organised by four Directorates-General of the European Commission.
It sets out recommendations for an 'improvement agenda' for the implementation of LEADER/CLLD.

This factsheet focuses on the partnership and governance aspect of the LEADER/CLLD 'improvement agenda' set out at a dedicated CLLD seminar jointly organised by four Directorates-General of the European Commission. 

This factsheet focuses on the LAG financing aspect of the LEADER/CLLD 'improvement agenda' set out at a dedicated CLLD seminar jointly organised by four Directorates-General of the European Commission. 

Dieses Informationsblatt dreht sich um den Aspekt lokale Aktivposten der LEADER/CLLD-„Optimierungsliste“, die auf einem von vier Generaldirektionen der Europäischen Kommission organisierten CLLD-Seminar aufgestellt wurde.

The Tartu Declaration calls for an improved LEADER/CLLD implementation framework, including  a decrease in bureaucracy and a simplified multi-funded CLLD through a single funding source managed by a one coordinating body following one unique set of rules at the EU level.
It resulted from a stakeholder-driven process at a dedicated conference in November 2016 in Tartu, Estonia.

This edition gives a lot of attention to what happened at the major European Conference on Rural Development in Cork, Ireland 5-6 September 2016 – known as ‘Cork 2.0’. The thematic section has “A focus on… Cork 2.0", providing an overview of the event, the main messages of the workshops, the resulting ‘Cork 2.0 Declaration’ in full and a series of 20 different participant reactions.

The edition also includes the regular “News and updates” from the ENRD and the EU as well as the usual “Rural issues, Rural perspectives” section. This features a range of stakeholder voices on topics ranging from transnational cooperation to local consultation and from a growing European network of artists to the first ever rural digital hub in Ireland.

This issue focuses on opportunities for “improving competitiveness of primary producers by better integrating them into the agri-food chain” – one of the Focus Areas of EU Rural Development policy.

The publication provides an overview of the various means for adding value in food and drink supply chains. It goes on to explore major market opportunities for rural producers in terms of: increasing the rural market; improving access to urban markets; and accessing the market for public food.

The publication stresses the importance of targeted strategies for supporting smarter supply chains using effective links with research and the Rural Development Programmes (RDPs).

This is the main report of the thematic ENRD Seminar on 'Smart and Competitive Supply Chains'.
It explores ways of connecting the Rural Development Programmes (RDPs) to food and drink supply chains and overviews relevant RDP tools. It covers topics such as market access, public food markets, adding value, cooperation and food policy.
This is the main report of the third meeting of the ENRD Thematic Group on 'Smart and Competitive Rural Areas'.
It highlights the differing approaches to supporting supply chains both nationally and regionally, including a consideration of smart specialisation strategies.

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