A new year begin and a new CAP too!
On 1st January 2023, the CAP Strategic Plans have officially been started to run and deliver their activities. The CAP Strategic Plans defines measures and actions to provide income support for farmers, market measures and rural development. These Plans are aligned to the CAP’s 10 specific objectives and the objectives of the European Green Deal.
In total, Europe counts 28 CAP Strategic Plans for 27 EU Member States. Each European Member States has designed a national CAP Strategic Plan based on their national SWOT analysis, with an exception of Belgium that counts of two CAP Strategic Plans (one for Wallonia and the other for Flanders).
Where to find information about the CAP Strategic Plans?
Find out about all approved CAP Strategic Plans in SHERPA website. In addition to approved CAP Strategic Plans, in our website you can find all documents provided in the intermediary steps, such as first submitted plans, comments from the European Commission and “at a glance” factsheets, produced by the European Commission and available in our website!
Other CAP activities to engage with!
It’s not all! Early this year, different activities related to the CAP have been launched by the European Commission. Have a look at them and discover how you can get involved:
- New thematic groups on CAP implementation, rural youth and forest-dominant rural areas under the CAP network
- New CAP evaluation guidelines to assess how AKIS contributes to the CAP
- LEADER newsletter with success stories from the Local Action Groups and LEADER experiences
- Publications on CAP support for agroforestry, gender equality and younger generations, as well as on the findings of stakeholder survey across rural networks
Published by Carla Lostrangio (European Association for Innovation on Local Development)