Fisheries Areas Network


Good Practice Project
Projekt "Gospody rybackie" ma na celu podniesienie standardów jakości miejscowych restauracji specjalizujących się w rybach i owocach morza - ich produktów i możliwości przyjmowania gości - w szczególności poprzez poprawę wykorzystania świeżych produktów rybołówstwa i stosowanie atrakcyjnych narzędzi komunikacyjnych.
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Community-led local development (CLLD) is a term used by the European Commission to describe an approach that turns traditional “top down” development policy on its head. Under CLLD, local people take the reins and form a local partnership that designs and implements an integrated development strategy. The strategy is designed to build on the community’s social, environmental and economic strengths or “assets” rather than simply compensate for its problems. For this, the partnership receives long-term funding from the European Structural and Investment (ESI) Funds and decides how it is spent.
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The experience developed by FARNET under Axis 4 of the EFF (2007-2013) is still highly valuable for the current programming period, especially for new FLAGs.
Good Practice Method
Aby pomóc LGD i LGR w wyborze projektów i usprawnić proces decyzyjny, duńska Instytucja Zarządzająca (IZ) opracowała system informatyczny, który obejmuje cały proces od zgłoszenia projektu poprzez ustalenie priorytetów wyboru, zatwierdzanie, raportowanie, aż do monitorowania i oceny.
Good Practice Project
This project by the Vianapesca Producer Organisation (PO) focused on adding value to local fisheries products through processing and a marketing campaign. Faced with the problem of low prices, the Vianapesca PO needed to find a way to enhance the value of low priced fish such as mackerel and sardine. It therefore approached the FLAG with the idea of designing a project on adding value.
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The second FARNET transnational seminar “Results-oriented CLLD in fisheries areas” took place in Helsinki, from the 24th - 26th May 2016 to help FLAGs develop better strategies, to help both FLAGs and MAs to develop monitoring systems CLLD and to open a discussion on the broader impacts of CLLD.
Good Practice Method
LGR Kornwalii i wysp Scilly zleciła analizę korzyści społecznych z inwestycji w celu zmierzenia wpływu jej działań animacyjnych. Okazało się, że każde euro zainwestowane przez FLAG przyniosło zwrot społeczny 5,45 € w postaci korzyści dla lokalnej społeczności.
Good Practice Short Story
To help preserve and promote the local fishing communities of North Devon, UK, Boat stories set sail with the North Devon FLAG in 2014 to make 10 short films telling the personal stories of those living and working with boats in the area. The stories, told by the skippers or crew, open the door to a world mostly hidden to even those who live on the coast, enticing the audience to come and have a closer look.
Good Practice Short Story
Marine sponges are filter feeder organisms known to accumulate metallic trace elements and digest fecal bacteria from the marine environment. That’s why academic researchers from the LBCM (Université de Bretagne Sud) teamed up with shellfish farmers to explore the filtration capacities of marine sponges to improve sea-water quality in shellfish farming areas.
Good Practice Project
TELECAPECHE is an e-technology system that provides real-time data to local fisheries and aquaculture committees, helping them to monitor fish stocks and adopt suitable management measures. Launched with Axis 4 support, the system’s creators are now looking at some big developments using CLLD under the EMFF.