After Cork 2.0

Adopted at the end of the conference organised by the Commissioner Hogan in September 2016, the Cork Declaration must be made concrete by a strong commitment of the European Commission in favour of theses orientations.

The international association Rurality-Environment-Development launches a call for a European Rural Agenda to be rapidly adopted by the high level European authorities, in view to give an innovative impetus in favour of the rural territories in the EU next programming period post 2020 and develop the orientations of the Cork Declaration.

R.E.D. askes for a genuine European policy for rural territories in its proposal «Make Europe grow with its rural territories »,to release all sectors and rural potentials towards the objectives and the success of the EU project. This Agenda should give the framework of that new policy.

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