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1 1 The role- and structure of the Hungarian National Rural Network (HNRN) György Mudri Resp. for foreign relation 28. May 2009.

2 2  facilitating the rural development programmes  connecting the active administrative and civil bodies, associations, business, professional organisations and individuals in rural areas  Their informational- co operational network, on behalf of socio- economic development and the effective utilization of the Program. Goals

3 3  New Hungary Rural Development Strategy and Program (ÚMVP);  2007/XVII. Act on the EARDF;  1060/2008. (IX.19.) Governmental regulation on the HNRN;  131/2008. (X. 1.) MARD decree;  2/2009 (FVÉ.2.) MARD direction. National legislative background

4 4  2007- I. semester preparatory meetings, social reconciliation.  May 2007:  Establishment of the Local Rural Development Offices (to support the work of the Local Rural Development Communities).  2008: Planning phase of the 96 Leader strategy.  October- November 2008:  Establishment of the HNRN Permanent Secretariat;  Regional consultation with LRDOs’ managers about the HNRN;  Start-up of the registration, introduction of the goals with the stakeholders.  2 December 2008:  Launching units (Council, Presidency, President). The process of the establishment of the HNRN

5 5 The structure of the Hungarian National Rural Network

6 6 Registered stakeholders – thematic fields (11) Council - 171 members (96 LAGs, Agricultural and RD Reconciliation Council, Monitoring Committee, RD related ministries and institutions), Presidency - 31 members, President – Mr. Ferenc Glatz, Secretary- General – Mr. András Pásztohy. The operative unit/ governing unit: HNRN Permanent Secretariat Micro- regional „legs”: Local RD Offices

7 7 Tasks Introduction of the benefits of the Program and the Network to the stakeholders: I. Information:  Organises the exchange of experiences and know-hows,  Helps the methodological exchanges,  Disseminate the best practices,  Launches survey of needs regarding to the New Hungarian Rural Development Program (NHRDP),  Organises professional trainings and further vocational trainings,  Fosters the activity of the 11 thematic fields.

8 8 II. Communication:  Communicates with the organisations effected by the implementation of the NHRDP and fosters the relations among them;  Provides general information about the measures of the NHRDP;  Database of the best practices;  Database of the international legislation;  Harmonises the networks and the development opportunities of the involved ministries (MARD, Ministry of Environment and Water, -Development and Economy, -Social Affairs and Labour, - Education and Culture, -Local Government).

9 9 III. Interterritorial and international cooperation:  Assistance to the interterritorial- and international cooperation;  Organization of study tours and trainings;  Assistance to the creation of cooperation networks and help by the common projects of several actors;  Inform the members concerning the Hungarian and international development tenders;  Assure the cooperation with the European Rural Development Network.

10 10 Most important tools and services  Interactive, online services (;  Training- and advisory system (animation, seminars);  Database of the interterritorial and international cooperation;  Database of the experience-, knowledge and researches;  Opportunity for forming opinions;  Ensuring expertise and exchange of experiences;  Identification of best practices, establishment of a supportive network;  Analysis of needs;  Publications, newsletters.

11 11 Planned structure of the webpage Layout and structure: „Double webpage” 1.„Official part”: – Organisation; – International cooperation; – Best practices; – Thematic fields (11); – FAQ; – Events, calendar; – Maps, searching tools (LAGs, LRDOs); – Useful links. 2. „Community page”

12 12 Opening page (planned)

13 13 The official webpage

14 14  Goal: Community building  Functions 1. Community function : Data form, Forums 2. Game: mapping (playful experience gathering) 3. Game: Economy (virtual game with enterprises) 4. Further: News, articles, success stories Experts (online advisory) Calculators (credit, currency, etc. – useful tools for enterprises) Professional mailing lists (subscription) Votes (about actual questions) The community portal (planed)

15 15  No membership obligation! Registration at the webpage: and at the regional competent LRDOs.  The Permanent Secretariat gives feedback about the registration.  The registration is continuous. Benefits:  Interactive, online services- update information;  Newsletter, events of the annual action plan;  Trainings, international exchange programs;  Best practices from relevant fields;  Cooperation;  International relations. Registration

16 16 Thematic fields  Renewable energy;  Animal husbandry and breeding;  Crop farming;  Food- processing;  Rural heritage;  Horticulture and clos-to-nature farming;  LEADER;  Forestry and hunting;  Tourism and business development;  Social integration, HR and service development;  Knowledge, innovation, R&D and IT.

17 17 Who have registered?  Till 25th of May 2009, the number of the registered „members” is 4025 From which is e.g.:  Natural individuals: 2220  Local governments: 383  Associations: 324  Ltd: 207

18 18 Thank you for your kind attention! György Mudri Resp. for foreign relations HNRN 1055- Budapest, Kossuth tér 11. Tel.: 06 1 301 4444 Fax: 06 1 301 4826

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