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This documents explores the role of awareness‑raising and communication in promoting the development of sustainable bioeconomy value chains in European rural areas.

The document is part of the analytical work carried out by the ENRD Thematic Group on 'Mainstreaming the Bioeconomy'.

This methodological case study explores support for regional development through Transnational Cooperation (TNC) between Latvia and Moldova, particularly focusing on local public-private partnerships.

This methodological case study explores simplified administration systems, including Simplified Cost Options, implemented under the Czech Rural Development Programme (RDP) in the aim of improving transparency and reducing risks of errors concerning eligibility.

This methodological case study explores the model and use of a national Rural Parliament as an effective way of bringing rural stakeholders together to discuss pertinent issues. The Scottish edition follows earlier examples of Sweden, Finland and Estonia.

This methodological case study explores the UK's ‘Field labs’ network and research grants aimed to help improve sustainability through farmer-led innovation and provide skills, support and scientific backing to find solutions to common challenges.

This methodological case study explores LEADER ‘learning networks’ organised by the Flemish Rural Network support unit to encourage information exchange among Local Action Groups (LAGs) and experts in order to improve LEADER/CLLD implementation.

This methodological case study explores start-up courses designed specifically for new entrants into farming, organised by the Flemish Rural Network support unit to build the agricultural and business capacities of young farmers in Flanders, Belgium.

This methodological case study explores the LINC network which brings together Local Action Groups (LAGs) and Rural Network support units to enable information exchange, improve cooperation among rural actors, and encourage Transnational Cooperation (TNC) projects.

This methodological case study explores a joint initiative of the Swedish, Finnish, Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian and Polish Rural Network support units to boost young farmers’ participation, entrepreneurship and innovation for sustainable rural areas.

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