"Implentation of LEADER: some experiences from Poland and elsewhere"
"Leader in practice - The swedish experience"
"The Court examined whether the Leader approach has been implemented in ways that add value, while minimising the risks to sound financial management"
"Considerations concerning future ERDF support to Leader approach Local Development"
"The Leader approach as a tool of diversity in local democracy and higher effectiveness of public aid"
In this issue:
- Overview of the Extraordinary Group III meeting in Finland
- Empowering Women through International Trade
- Reflections on the EESC media seminar in Malaga
- Upcoming events in November: New Role Models for Societies in Europe & Day of the Liberal Professions
The "Smart Islands" project is the continuation of the European Economic and Social Committee's (EESC) own-initiative opinion on Smart Islands.
The project aims to engage and exchange with local stakeholders on innovative projects developed locally, which create sustainable growth and, at the same time, job opportunities and competiveness, whilst respecting the environment and cultural heritage".
As outcome of the project, a catalogue of good practices was published in 2017.