Get involved! Help RURITAGE project to promote social resilience in rural areas

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The RURITAGE project invites you to share innovative actions in the midst of the global pandemic crisis to increase and strengthen resilience in rural communities.
COVID-19 pandemic has created an unprecedented health crisis that is disrupting the lives of thousands of individuals, as well as their communities, societies, politics, and economies. The pandemic is a true test for human solidarity and social resilience. In this context, the RURITAGE project is taking an initiative to gather and share rural expertise and experience to support each other within the project and beyond.
Particularly welcome are initiatives and actions from all rural context that encompass sustainability, cultural and natural heritage and that are related to the main innovation areas of local food, migration, art and festival, landscape management and pilgrimage.
All contributes will help to build a database of resilience-related good practices in managing the Covid-19 crisis in rural areas.
Practices will be available at RURITAGE project website:
https://www.ruritage.eu/news-events/news/ruralresilienceactions-covid-19/
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Read more about the call and download the form at: https://www.ruritage.eu/news-events/news/ruralresilienceactions-covid-19/

 

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