Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Ongoing Projects

Contribution to coordination and implementation of the project inception: “Support to economic diversification of...

The focus of the project is driven towards sustainable economic diversification and community led local development, income generation and job creation in line with the principles of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) and IPARD II. The main output is to strengthen the regional capacities of relevant stakeholders for supporting EU-compliant economic diversification of rural areas in SEE.

Kick-off Meeting of the Regional Expert Advisory Working Group on “Economic Diversification through Rural...

Kick-off Meeting of the Regional Expert Advisory Working Group on “Economic Diversification through Rural Tourism” within the activities of the regional project “Economic Diversification...

Videoconference of the REAWG on Wine with focus on COVID-19 in the wine sector...

The audience was introduced with the Corona crises control on the Austrian wine market in light of the pandemic as well as to hear more on the methodology and communication strategy with regards to the producer surveys at Geisenheim University. Protection of the Transnational Geographical Indications in the spirit drinks sector with focus on example of Jenever was also purpose of discussion during the videoconference.

Regional cooperation for evidence-based and EU compliant policy development for economic diversification of rural...

The overall objective of the project is to formulate regional recommendations for evidence­ based and EU compliant policy on diversification in rural areas, which would be endorsed by national authorities responsible for implementation in SEE countries.

“Facilitation of exchange through advice on harmonized wine regulations in all Western Balkan Countries”

The Project “Facilitation of exchange through advice on harmonized wine regulations in all Western Balkan Countries” contributes and support the representatives of the Ministries of Agriculture of the Western Balkan Countries in their efforts to align national wine regulations to each other and to EU standards and to exchange with each other in this area.

Strengthening capacities for supporting rural development in Southeast Europe (SEDRA 3)

Accent will be given to the development of the capacities of individual people, organizations and businesses as well as cooperation systems, whereas the development of capacities for setting up structures and processes to acquire EU IPARD II funding, and the capacities of local actors and project promoters to get access to public and private co-financing in general. Cooperation and access to finance will be dominant capacity development themes.