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STRATEGIC PRIORITIES

After thorough analysis of the organisational strengths and weaknesses, in comparison to the external working environment’s opportunities and threats, and considering the past performance and future perspectives for integrative rural development of the Balkan rural areas, as well as the power and interest of the organisation’s stakeholders, the BRDN members defined four priority action areas for strategy implementation period 2018-2022. The strategic priority action areas in which BRDN will develop itself and will work for the best interest of its constituents are:

Promotion

Promotion, visibility
and communication

Exchange

Exchange of experience,
knowhow and best practices

Advocacy

Advocacy and lobbying

7 MEMBERS

  • 500k

    Albania (ANRD)

  • 8,000

    Bosnia and Herzegovina (MRRBiH)

  • 1,400

    Croatia (HMRR)

  • 570

    Kosovo (RDNK)

  • /k

    Macedonia (RDN)

  • 8,000

    Montenegro (NRDM)

  • 1,400

    Serbia (NRDS)

  • 1,400

PUBLICATIONS

BRDN Advocacy

DOWNLOAD HERE

GENDER EQUALITY

DOWNLOAD HERE

STRATEGIC PLAN

DOWNLOAD HERE

BRDN Brochure

DOWNLOAD HERE

LEADER Report

DOWNLOAD HERE

e-Bulletin No. 5

DOWNLOAD HERE

OUR PROJECTS

See our events

25Dec

LEADER Training for Western Balkan L

More than 25 representatives of LAGs (Local Action Groups) and LAG initiatives of the Western Balkan countries (North Macedoni

29Oct

Celebration of the International Rur

To recognize “the critical role and contribution of rural women, including indigenous women, in enhancing agricultural and r

09Jul

Harnessing the potential of rural ar

A vision for rural Europe Harnessing the potential of rural areas to contribute to a sustainable & prosperous Europe The A