FARNET
Fisheries Areas Network

Good Practice Methods

  • Best project awards in Latvia

    10/12/2016
    Latvia
    An annual competition for the best projects supported by the Liepaja LAG-FLAG helps to involve the community, inspire new projects and monitor results.
  • PROMIS map DK

    Project Result-Oriented Management Information System (PROMIS)

    24/08/2016
    Denmark
    To assist the LAGs and FLAGs in project selection and streamline decision-making, the Danish managing authority (MA) developed an IT system, which covers the entire process, from project application, to prioritisation, approval, reporting, monitoring and evaluation.
  • Social Return on Investment: a new way to measure FLAG results

    27/04/2016
    United Kingdom
    Social Return on Investment: a new way to measure FLAG results
  • Simplifying preparatory support in Poland

    30/11/2015
    Poland
    Polish FLAGs can choose from two flexible support options to prepare their local development strategies. Both options have benefited from a simplification and streamlining of the process of activating preparatory support.
  • National networks – connecting FLAGs and building local capacity in CLLD

    11/11/2015
    Estonia
    National networks (NNs) play an important role in developing the capacity of FLAGs and managing authorities (MAs), and in stimulating and supporting transnational cooperation. In Estonia, the NN 2007-2013 worked in close collaboration with the MA to facilitate dialogue and ensure good cooperation between all actors involved in fisheries CLLD. It also developed information tools, and provided guidance and capacity building for the FLAGs
  • Communicating effectively with the local community

    11/11/2015
    Italy
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    Promotion, Governance
    FLAG communication activities can be an important catalyst for innovation and change, and are a transversal element in the local development strategy. Through effective communication, the Adriatico Salentino FLAG in Puglia, Italy, has helped to empower local fishermen to become drivers of change in their communities.