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Tourists sharing feedback on-line: Everybody creates Extremadura! [26 / 04 / 2013]

Once back home, or even before they are gone, tourists share a lot of information about their holidays and plans promoting destinations on-line though their discussions and feedback. How can one empower them to this […]

What are the most significant achievements of LEADER and what remains to be done for the next programming period? [26 / 04 / 2013]

The European Network for Rural Development (ENRD) gathered some 450 representatives of Local Action Groups (LAGs), Managing Authorities (MA) and Paying Agencies (PA) for a two days meeting where successful and less successful experiences from […]

Share your views about the new Central Europe programme! [24 / 04 / 2013]

The thematic focus of Central Europe 2014-2020 is currently being discussed and consulted upon in a series of events and a transnational online survey, which will close on 30 April 2013. In addition to inputs […]

Shared Rural Taxi [12 / 04 / 2013]

How to offer a public transport service, adapted to people with reduced mobility’ needs, in areas where it does not exist anymore? The initiative Shared Rural Taxi, created in the province of Castellon, Spain, has […]

ENRD report of the Phase 1 of the Focus Group on Knowledge Transfer and Innovation [8 / 04 / 2013]

At the Euromontana Board meeting celebrated the 4th of April, Alexandros Papakonstantinou from the European Network for Rural Development (ENRD) presented the results obtained at the 1st phase of the Focus Group (FG) on Knowledge […]

Call for successful good practices involving young people [5 / 04 / 2013]

Demographic change and declining rural populations are important issues in most EU Member States and greatly influence the economic performance of many rural areas. Supporting the continued presence of young people in rural areas is […]

Light in the window: 12 municipalities working together to obtain their goals [5 / 04 / 2013]

In the small Norwegian villages, many of the old farms were unoccupied while new generations of young people were seeking to move outside the cities and to rent them. The project “Light in the Window” […]

Call for successful good practices involving young people [5 / 04 / 2013]

Demographic change and declining rural populations are important issues in most EU Member States and greatly influence the economic performance of many rural areas. Supporting the continued presence of young people in rural areas is […]

Distance learning for adults and CIT in the rural areas [22 / 03 / 2013]

Adult education centre “Cuenca Minera” of Montalbán (Teruel) has created a mentor class with the aim of providing all kind of students with flexible high quality distance learning. This method has been set up all […]

Mountain product labelling and socio-cultural dimension [22 / 03 / 2013]

Euromontana focuses this week on consumers’ perception of mountain products and reviews different labelling schemes and practices. This 5th and last article, based on the study « Labelling of agriculture and food products of mountain […]

Distance learning for adults and CIT in the rural areas [22 / 03 / 2013]

Adult education centre “Cuenca Minera” of Montalbán (Teruel) has created a mentor class with the aim of providing all kind of students with flexible high quality distance learning. This method has been set up all […]

Mountain product labelling and socio-cultural dimension [22 / 03 / 2013]

Euromontana focuses this week on consumers’ perception of mountain products and reviews different labelling schemes and practices. This 5th and last article, based on the study « Labelling of agriculture and food products of mountain […]

Guide to Social Innovation [21 / 03 / 2013]

DGs EMPL and REGIO have together produced a “Guide to Social Innovation”, which is now available to download. “Social innovation” refers to any innovative measure which has explicitly social (as opposed to merely technological or […]

Guide to Social Innovation [21 / 03 / 2013]

DGs EMPL and REGIO have together produced a “Guide to Social Innovation”, which is now available to download. “Social innovation” refers to any innovative measure which has explicitly social (as opposed to merely technological or […]

6th Forum for the Future of Agriculture: focus on sustainable intensification [15 / 03 / 2013]

Euromontana attended on March 5th the 6th Forum for the Future of Agriculture (FFA) in Brussels. During the day five sessions were held on the topics of food production in Africa, the CAP and the […]

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We met with @pitch_eu & a member of the @_Eusalp #Youth Council to learn more about this new structure 👇 Full interview 👇
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UNIMONT opens the consultation focusing on issues of #sustainability and #innovation in mountain territories aimed at young people: https://t.co/INz6XkLENS
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#Teruel participa en el proyecto #Montana174

✅Campaña sobre la Política de Cohesión en las zonas de montaña para apoyar el desarrollo territorial y ayudar a los ciudadanos a beneficiarse de los fondos y sus herramientas

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