Publications

Total results: 46.

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.

This is the main report of the fourth meeting of the ENRD Thematic Group (TG) on 'Smart Villages'. 
It overviews the main suggestions made by TG members on the future direction of the ENRD thematic work, looking specifically at areas in which the TG could support the practical implementation of ideas behind Smart Villages.
This is the main report of the fifth meeting of the ENRD Thematic Group (TG) on 'Smart Villages'. 
It overviews the main ideas on how to design 'Smart Village Strategies' which effectively empower rural communities in different national contexts.

This is the main report of the seventh meeting of the ENRD Thematic Group (TG) on 'Smart Villages'. 

It provides insights on how to use and plan Smart Villages in the future CAP Strategic Plans (according to the Commission’s proposal for CAP), and how to create synergies between the CAP Strategic Plans and other funds.

This is the main report of the sixth meeting of the ENRD Thematic Group (TG) on 'Smart Villages'. 

It overviews the main ideas on how EU policy instruments can support Smart Villages now and in the future, with a particular focus on LEADER, cooperation and the future digital strategies.

This is the main report of a dedicated ENRD Seminar, which overviews the drivers and practical steps for creating an enabling environment for Smart Villages. 
It outlines the wide range of existing tools that can support long-term integrated strategies and rural communities in the implementation of projects that benefit their territories.
This is the main report of the second meeting of the ENRD Thematic Group on 'Smart Villages'. 
It outlines ways in which rural communities across Europe are developing innovative local solutions and imaginative approaches to cuts in rural transport, energy, social care, education, service integration, as well as to the threat of climate change. Additionally, it provides recommendations for building a more favourable, enabling environment for 'Smart Villages'.
This is the main report of the first meeting of the ENRD Thematic Group on 'Smart Villages'. 
It outlines four integrated and strategic approaches to supporting social and digital innovations in rural services responding to fundamental rural challenges such as depopulation, the digital divide, centralisation of public services. Additionally, the report provides tips on how to build integrated strategies for revitalising rural services.
This is the main report of the third meeting of the ENRD Thematic Group on 'Smart Villages'. 
It outlines EU policies and tools to improve connectivity, skills and the application of digital technologies, and some practical steps for progressing digital innovation in rural areas.

This issue of the EU Rural Review showcases rural communities across Europe taking the initiative to find practical solutions to challenges they face and seize new opportunities.

It explores how digital and social innovation can be used in new, creative ways to improve basic services in rural areas. It further looks at national and regional approaches to creating an enabling environment, as well as how the Rural Development Programmes can catalyse rural service innovation.

The content of this edition has been informed by the broader ENRD thematic work on ‘Smart Villages’.

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