Deadline: 31 July 2016
Open to: participants interested and motivated to participate in a learning process shared on issues of rural and social innovation in rural areas, with diverse backgrounds
Venue: 11-18 September 2016, Lecce, Italy
The overall objective of the seminar is to support the growth of human and social capital at European level, through a project of international mobility geared to the exploration of a topic of global interest: Open Rurality gives space and voice to our definition(s) of “rural social innovation”, facilitating critical reflection on what is meant by this tag, globally and locally, in Europe and in particular in the countries involved in the project, allowing us to participate actively in the international debate and creating a dimension of “open rurality” through the dissemination of project results.
- Participants interested and motivated to participate in a learning process shared on issues of rural and social innovation in rural areas, with diverse backgrounds;
- Have a compatible background with the central theme of the project, like “young neorural innovators” or “willing-to be”;
- Interested in deepening and expanding on the international front their knowledge/ideas in the field of social innovation, with particular reference to its rural applications and the potential for development that results at the local and international level.
All costs regarding accommodation and food will be covered by organizers. Travel costs will be reimbursed according to Erasmus+ rules.
How to apply?
In order to apply you should fill in the online application form latest by 31 July 2016.
For more information please visit the official website.