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Our Scholarship programme 2020 is still open!... Our Scholarship programme 2020 is still open!
As only a few exchanges took place due to the Covid crisis, we decided to remove the current deadline. So if you are interested and have the opportunity to travel despite the current restrictions, please contact us, we can arrange all steps of preparation so that we can become concrete as soon as the crisis allows! You will find all relevant information here
- Webinar "Growing food resilience in Covid-19 times": video and main insights available
A vision and strategy for rural Europe On the track for sustainable rural development: a process of transition. LIVESTREAM: Find the link to the high-level video conference of July 7th 2020 here.
The WORKING DOCUMENT on “A Vision and Strategy for Rural Europe – Now.” is avalable on the ARC2020 website here
- Europe’s Forests - which way to go? Interview with Lutz Fähser, project manager of the Nature-oriented forest management in the municipal forest of Lübeck, DE about the role of forests in time of climate crisis. "The current discussions on the role of forests in climate change mitigation are being conducted in science, business and politics with a sense of urgency that cannot be ignored. Are Europe’s forests at a crossroad?" link to the interview
Scholarship Programme 2020: Registration open NOW! We’ve for long now planned, prepared and updated the information in order to start our Scholarship programme 2020.
And now – as nobody can dare to plan anything - we are ready to go online! But we can arrange all steps of preparation so that we can become concrete as soon as the crisis allows! Please find all relevant information here
"RURAL EUROPE ON THE MOVE - a travel guide to transitions" still available. Our newly launched book is an invitation to dive into 25 years of experiences in sustainable rural development in Europe and to explore pathways to the future.
It is the collective work of twelve authors who share their personal stories of bringing together local communities, farmers, foresters, environmentalists, and political decision makers so as to facilitate the transition towards a more sustainable and inclusive rural Europe.
It is a call upon young people to make their rural regions and communities fit, so that they can respond to the challenges of climate change, biodiversity loss and social exclusion, making their own rural future more resilient and attractive.
Now available on-line - Get more information here