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    The European Association for Rural Development and Village Renewal cordially invites the representatives of countries, states and provinces in Europe to participate in the competition for the European Village Renewal Award 2016  under the motto „open mind“

     

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    European Association for Rural Development and Village Renewal

     

    In 1988, the European Association for Rural Development and Village Renewal (ARGE) was officially founded. The European Association for Rural Development and Village Renewal is a non-bureaucratic association of government representatives, scientists, as well as village renewal experts, and in the mean time, also local politicians and representatives of non-governmental organisations (NGOs).

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13.08.2015

Pan-European competition for photographs and video clips

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The European Association for Rural Development and Village Renewal (ARGE) has arranged a pan-European photo competition under the motto “European Rural Benefits & Innovations 2020”. The contest is part of an EU sponsored project.

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08.07.2015

European Village Renewal Award 2016

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The European Association for Rural Development and Village Renewal cordially invites the representatives of countries, states and provinces in Europe to participate in the competition for the

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01.07.2014

European Village Renewal Award 2014 goes to Hungary

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The competition for the European Village Renewal Award 2014 is over: A high-rank international interdisciplinary jury elected the winner after intensive assesement at the last evaluation meeting in Munich: Tihany, district Veszprém, Hungary. "Tihany impressed with an exemplary development process which was initiated by the village officials and was carried by the citizens and supported by experts. It was built on potentials and chances and is evidence of a broad awareness of problems. Numerous already realised projects made the motto of the competition "lead a better life" a reality in Tihany. The fact that a participant of a country from behind the former Iron Curtain is awarded with the European Rural Village Award shows on the one hand the great development progress which was achieved over the last quarter of this century and on the other hand it is evidence for the high sensibility and professional expertise of the jury not only to measure and evaluate reached goals but also the covered distance" , Erwin Pröll, Chairman of the European Association for Rural Development and Village Renewal, said enthusiastically in a first reaction.

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