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The project RURALITIES delivers a vast panoply of resources where the most prominent are:

  • the RURALITIES Alliance, a community of practice with a group of 10.000+ contact repository of RURNex actors worldwide and 500+ RURNex facilitators
  • an actionable SIMSES-based knowledge contextualised in larger pan-EU-AU context, curated by RURALITIES observatory, guidelines to enable/foster augmented knowledge of the rural innovation panorama

  • ‘RURALITIES Hub’, a platform and a network of multi actor of the rural scene

  • the ‘RURALITIES Co-Labs’ living lab, which are collaborative spaces where the project’s participants researchers, businesses, public entities, and citizens work together to design, develop, and test innovative solutions to identified needs in the SIMSES

  • the ‘Citizen Rural Sensing’, Community-based environmental monitoring, a complementary approach to Citizen Science, utilizes affordable sensors to gather data on local concerns and enables community members to analyze and apply the information they collect

  • the ‘RURALITIES Funding and Innovation Services’ (FINRUR), a structured approach that an organization uses to develop and implement new ideas, products, or services

  • the ‘RURALITIES First Seed’ funding scheme, which assists individuals, businesses, and organizations secure funding for their innovative ideas, projects, or ventures

  • the RURALITIES expertise centres network of relevant expert centers on rural development and innovation,

  • the ‘RURALITIES Responsible Research Innovation Programme’ (RURRI), a structured repository of citizen-driven or citizen-led projects”, a team of 100+ facilitators

  • the RURALITIES training centres network of relevant education and training centers on rural development and innovation,

  • the ‘RURALITIES Commons 2050 Learning Framework’, rooted in the combination of GEN Europe’s flagship ecovillage incubation programme and the Smart-Villages network

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon Europe research and innovation program under grant agreement no 101060876. UK participants in Horizon Europe Project RURALITIES are supported by UKRI grant numbers: 10051963 The Highlands and Islands Transport Partnership and 10050988 Earthwatch Europe.