We want to hear your opinion

By the 27th of October 2019, movement of the European Rural Parliament Youth invites young people to fill in the online survey regarding challenges they face living in rural areas Europe. Here is the link: https://bit.ly/2p7p0vS The results will be presented and used for developing the Youth Declaration at the European Rural Youth Parliament at…

The ERP presents a commemorative fence with Candás volunteering

The Asturian Network for Rural Development (READER) and the Mayor of Carreño, Amelia Fernández, have had a meeting this morning with the young volunteers who will support the European Rural Parliament (ERP) and the European Rural Youth Parliament (ERYP). This is a group of twelve young people with a good level of English who will…

Three field visits hang the ‘complete’ sign

20/09/2019 Field visits to learn about local solutions to the challenges of rural development are another major attraction of the ERP2019 program. The organization has designed six routes, of which three are already complete, while the other three are progressing at a good pace. These visits will cover the Asturian territory, which has been divided…

Great success of participation in the workshops, with sessions already closed

20/09/2019 Registration for the workshops to be held on Friday 8 November in the framework of the European Rural Parliament (ERP) is progressing well. In fact there are already three of them, ‘A Spanish experience of Rural Development: The Rural Ticket‘, ‘Urban-rural synergies’ and ‘Smart villages: Making it happen’ that have already covered the quota…

The Erasmus Student Network adds experiences in ERYP

19/09/2019 The Erasmus Student Network Spain (ESN Spain), integrated into the European Network, has shown its interest in participating in the European Rural Youth Parliament (ERYP) by contributing its own experiences as an interdisciplinary association present in 520 institutions in 40 countries. ESN, which works at local, national and international level, carries out different programmes…

Oliver Moore: “Agroecological approaches are the best for rural economies”

About ‘Local food works for people and planet’ will talk the expert Oliver Moore Oliver Moore is a rural sociologist with a great communicative vocation, so he professionally organizes events related to agri-food and rural issues. This explains his involvement in initiatives such as the Cloughjordan eco-village in his native Ireland, where he lives. This…