ENRD Stakeholder engagement

At the European level, the ENRD Contact Point and Evaluation Helpdesk act as a bridge between the public authorities and interest group representatives and actors on the ground. Stakeholder involvement is part of our natural way of working, and we strive to engage stakeholders through capacity building activities, information exchange and networking.

Tell us if our work responds to your needs!

The results of the survey will be used to improve our future networking and communication activities. They will also inform the content and format of the ENRD Networking Conference ‘networX - Inspiring Rural Europe’, taking place on 11-12 April 2019.

The survey takes about 12 minutes to complete and will be open until Friday, 1 March.

We thank you in advance for your contribution!

Questions marked by an * are mandatory.

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* 1. What is the main added value of engaging with the ENRD for you? (you can choose more than one option)

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* 2. In your opinion, what are the best opportunities for stakeholder engagement provided by the ENRD meetings (e.g. Thematic Work Groups, Good Practice Workshops, Seminars)? (you can choose more than one option)

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* 3. In your opinion, what are the best opportunities for stakeholder engagement provided by the ENRD online presence? (you can choose more than one option)

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* 4. In your daily work, what ENRD publications developed by the ENRD Contact Point do you engage with the most? (you can choose more than one option)

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* 5. How useful are the ENRD Contact Point’s activities to facilitate the engagement of rural development stakeholders, like you? Please think about: finding information and contacts you need, being able to send suggestions/remarks, feeling that your suggestions are considered…

  Extremely useful Very useful Somewhat useful Not so useful Not useful at all Not sure / no answer
Live meetings (e.g. Thematic Group meetings, workshops, seminars…)
ENRD website
ENRD monthly newsletter
ENRD social media (Facebook, Twitter@ENRD_CP)
Collaborative platforms (Yammer, VIIMA)
ENRD infoline (e-mail info@enrd.eu or phone queries)
ENRD Publications (e.g. EU Rural Review, Rural Connections Magazine…)

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* 6. With regard to stakeholder engagement, can you suggest any improvements to the ENRD CP tools mentioned in the list below? Please think about: finding information and contacts you need, being able to send suggestions/remarks, feeling that your suggestions are considered… 

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* 7. Are you involved in or work with RDP Evaluations?

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