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Transnational Cooperation between Rural Areas

A methodological guide

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General introduction
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Information sheets
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PART 1: METHODOLOGY FACTSHEETS
  1. Defining the cooperation project according to the area’s needs.
  2. In search of transnational partners.
  3. Organising an initial meeting.
  4. Advancing from the project to the action.
  5. In search of funding.
  6. Carrying out the project.
  7. Evaluating the action, communicating the results.

PART 2: F ACTSHEET-TOOLS
  1. Questions to be asked in order to define the need for cooperation.
  2. Questions to validate the choice of partners.
  3. Choosing an outside expert.
  4. “LEADER Trail”: putting together a transnational cooperation project.
  5. Completing a financial application “from idea to project” or “from project to action”: answers to a few questions frequently asked the LEADER European Observatory.

AP P E N D I C E S :
  1. Useful addresses.
  2. Application form for the funding of technical assistance for LEADER II transnational cooperation programmes.


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