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This edition of Rural Connections includes updates on the work of the ENRD in recent months, including new Thematic Groups and events.

Rural development stakeholders from across the EU share their views and experiences with successful projects that are breathing new life into EU's rural areas.

This Projects Brochure looks at how Rural Development Programmes (RDPs) have been accompanying rural youth and supporting their innovative ideas, engagement and participation.

The publication highlights the role of rural youth in providing ideas, inspiration and energy to imagine, create and grasp opportunities for stronger, more connected, resilient and prosperous rural areas.

This policy insights article focuses on how networking and sharing knowhow about how agricultural policy can support both supply and demand for nutritious food and offer useful opportunities to help protect EU citizens’ resilience.

This document presents the results of the work of the ENRD Thematic Group on Rural Revitalisation
 
The document introduces the main enabling factors for rural revitalisation identified by the ENRD Thematic Group. It also presents a practical self-assessment tool developed by its members to help stakeholders assess the extent to which key factors for successful policies and programmes to enable the revitalisation of rural areas are in place in their context.

This is the highlights report of the 1st meeting of the ENRD Thematic Group on Sustainability Agreements in the agri-food supply chain which took place on the 17 of March 2022.

The meeting was organised to take stock of the new regulatory framework for sustainability agreements and implications for business, the environment, and the consumer; understand how sustainability agreements/collective actions on sustainability are pursued through the food value chain and begin to identify the key enabling conditions and barriers to the development and implementation of sustainability agreements.

This is the highlights report of the 1st Thematic Group meeting on Making the seven LEADER principles work in practice for all LAGs under the CAP Strategic Plans which took place on 10 March 2022.

The meeting was organised to facilitate discussion and exchanges between the TG members for a common understanding of the seven LEADER principles.

 

This policy insights article focuses on how the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) supports animal welfare in the EU through four specific elements: conditionality; farm advisory services; rural development interventions under Pillar 2; and eco-schemes.

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