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Over four years, RURITAGE foresees several activities to further spread the RURITAGE methodology, vision and gathered knowledge. The aim is to reach rural communities and territories all over the European Union and beyond. To reach a greater crowd, there have been two open calls for additional delegates in the RURITAGE project. In 2018 a call for Additional Role Models was published and in 2019 there was another one for Additional Replicators. To learn more about the chosen Additional delegates, go to the Rural Heritage Hub folder.

ONGOING ACTIVITIES 

At the moment RURITAGE is aiming to involve all RURITAGE Replicators’ communities through a photo contest. To learn more about the contest, click on the RURITAGE Photo Contest tab below.

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COMING UP

Soon a call for an artist -the RURITAGE troubadour – will open. So keep an eye on the sight! If you want to know more, click on the RURITAGE Troubadour tab below.

In the upcoming year RURITAGE foresees the possibilities to further spread gathered knowledge on rural regeneration through Cultural and Natural Heritage. Starting in 2020, two editions of a professional Master Course and two Summer School will be organized.

Professional Master Program

Summer School

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RURITAGE Photo contest

  Do you want to show the world what makes your rural area special? Help us see it the way you do! Take part in the RURITAGE [...]

RURITAGE troubadour

RURITAGE will reintroduce the concept of the Middle Age troubadour: an artist travelling from place to place performing their craft inspired and influenced by their encounters, registering [...]

Call of Interest for replicator – Closed

Are you a rural community that is searching for innovative solutions, using your local heritage potential as a catalyst for economic competitiveness and/or sustainable and inclusive growth? [...]

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Contact

Simona Tondelli

Project Coordinator

Alma Mater Studiorum – University of Bologna