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Glossary of acronyms
Youth and rural development in Europe - Policy issues and responses in the European Community
Conceptual framework and methodology
Policy framework for agricultural and rural development
Socio-economic and gender-related conditions of rural youth14
Mechanisms for increasing the involvement of young men and women in rural development
Concluding remarks and suggestions
Positive experiences in increasing - The involvement of young men and women in rural development in Portugal
ESDIME: Empowering the young
ARVAL: Renewing traditional linen production
Positive experiences in increasing the involvement of young men and women in rural development in Slovenia
The Meza valley development programme, the establishment of a new community development agency: Activating local potential (ALP)
The involvement of students in a development programme in the municipality of kofja Loka: Student operational programme
The Student Operation Programme (SOP)
Positive experiences in increasing the involvement of young men and women in rural development in Northern Ireland
YouthAction Northern Ireland
Rural action research project
Blueprint for community development approach to youth services.
Youth worker as catalyst for community development