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What are the most significant achievements of LEADER and what remains to be done for the next programming period?

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 the 2007-2013 programming period were discussed with the aim of designing a more effective LEADER programme in the future.

All parties had a lot of expectations from this event, but also a lot of suggestions to move on, and in this respect the event has been very rich.

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26 April 2013

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