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06/11/2019
Korean Rural Economy Institute visit Lormes
Type: Project
A project of the rural electrification under which 50 households have been equipped with solar systems to produce electricity.
Location: Jadranska Hrvatska, Croatia (Hrvatska)
Project: BUILD2LC
It is a training course offered by an university and opened at all interested people where the teachers are producers, processors, advicers and lecturers.
Location: Comunidad Foral de Navarra, Spain (España)
Project: SME ORGANICS
05/12/2018
The Policy Learning Platform hosted a thematic workshop on Enhancing Rural Innovation Capacity and Performance on the 5th of December.
Type: Platform
Lead Partner: Digital Nièvre Joint Authority
ERUDITE partners have successfully extended High Speed Broadband infrastructure to reach increasing numbers of urban and rural communities with the objective of enabling all stakeholders to contribute and benefit from the digital economy and society. Our aim has been to fully exploit the economic and social potential of these networks, to design new services that respond to real public, private and community needs and which justify public investments in infrastructure and uses. ERUDITE partners have created and are planning new services through open innovation and social return on investment processes which will build partnerships between businesses, citizens and public administrations, empowering them to innovate and plan for maximum value and benefits. ERUDITE has defined sustainable business models for digital service development and deployment by involving multiple stakeholders in design, delivery and ownership of services, reassuring investors by demonstrating wider and most importantly, measurable social, environmental and economic benefits ERUDITE partners recognised that whilst digitalization and development of innovation capacity are essential elements of current policy instruments, the exploitation of new digital opportunities to support employment growth, quality of life and territorial attractiveness had been insubstantial. ERUDITE partners concluded that the development, design and implementation of effective digital services in Europe required an innovative re-thinking of all the processes involved in their creation and through integrating digital demand stimulation with digital education and training raising the capacity of all European communities to digitally innovate and deliver social and economic growth. ERUDITE in 1 video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UwjAneu9D9c
Lead Partner: HafenCity University Hamburg
RUMORE improves regional innovation policies and capacities by fostering rural-urban cooperation and partnerships. The project enhances the delivery of innovation by improving innovation chains between rural and urban stakeholders and by supporting the better use of synergies between urban and rural areas. By integrating the potentials of rural and urban areas into smart specialization strategies RUMORE facilitates the better implementation of these strategies and of the cluster policies of the participating regions. As a result, the project strengthens the innovation capacity of the regions, supports their sustainable development and contributes to territorial cohesion.
Lead Partner: DPZ Provincial Government of Zaragoza
                MOMAr means providing strategic thinking to the use of cultural and natural resources, incorporating all the actors involved in its management and creating models of economic and social development and territorial sustainability with them all, fostering the rural areas identity without copying or moving models from other environments, but tailoring them. The project highlights the existence of territories with problems - depopulation, ageing, no use of resources- whose identity is however marked by a rich heritage, exceptional in some cases - UNESCO heritage - and whose management entities have either not finished defining their models of action in terms of cultural and natural resources or directly borrowed models that do not correspond to the territorial reality. MOMAr will serve to improve policies and programmes addressing heritage in rural territories, taking into account the peculiarities and cultural identities of places where rurality determinates a mode of action. The inhabitants -who maintain the territories alive- will be a central part of the strategies and new projects designed. Although since 1965 Europe has recognised that culture is a basic principle in the construction of a European identity based on individual identities, with few exceptions the most unpopulated rural territories in Europe have felt excluded from the programmes in force, due to their inability to address them from an appropriate perspective. Interreg Europe programme makes possible through MOMAr that a representation of rural territories with singular heritage to think strategically, with a common objective and through a interregional exchange work before addressing the design and execution of actions. It makes also possible to incorporate certain territories and their inhabitants into Europe. MOMAr represents, in summary, the need of rural territories for a specific management of cultural and natural resources impacting the inhabitants and improving their quality of life.
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22/06/2020
Regional policy instrument involves LAST MILE results to provide funding opportunities for mobility projects in rural areas.
Type: Project
19/12/2019
Opening a co-working and bringing high-quality content with Pilot Action to rural areas in the Heart of Slovenia
Type: Project