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Armenia adopts the LEADER approach

Armenia adopts the LEADER approach

(28 January 2022) - The European Union supports rural communities in Armenia in setting up LEADER initiatives. In December 2021, five Local Action Groups (LAGs) were born in the provinces of Lori and Tavush. More information

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Social innovation projects to support vulnerable groups

Social innovation projects to support vulnerable groups

(28 January 2022) - AEIDL and other representatives of nine projects selected for EaSI funding met on 25-26 January for an online meeting to lay the groundwork for future networking between the projects and with relevant European Commission staff. The Budapest Beacon...

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Declaration on digital rights and principles in the EU

Declaration on digital rights and principles in the EU

(26 January 2022) - Today, the Commission is proposing to the European Parliament and Council to sign up to a declaration of rights and principles that will guide the digital transformation in the EU. European Union The draft declaration on digital rights and...

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COVID-19: rules on free movement in the EU updated

COVID-19: rules on free movement in the EU updated

(25 January 2022) - Today, EU ministers have reached an agreement on updating the rules “to facilitate safe and free movement in the EU during the COVID-19 pandemic”. European Union Among the key updates of the recommendation are: • In principle no additional...

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Events

  • SmartAgriHubs Final Event
    26 September 2022 - 28 September 2022  
    Lisbon, Portugal

  • EPIC project Event in Amadora (Lisbon) video shooting
    27 September 2022 - 28 September 2022  

  • OECD Rural Development Conference
    28 September 2022 - 30 September 2022  
    Ballyconnell, Doon, Ballyconnell, Co. Cavan, Ireland

  • European Week of Regions and Cities
    10 October 2022 - 13 October 2022  
    Brussels, Belgium

  • TRANSFORM final conference
    17 October 2022 - 18 October 2022  
    Milan, Metropolitan City of Milan, Italy