RURITAGE: Rural regeneration through systemic heritage-led strategies

RURITAGE: Rural regeneration through systemic heritage-led strategies

Dates:

2018-2022

Funding:

Horizon 2020

Contact person:

Łukasz Jarząbek

Partners:

Alma Mater Studiorum – University of Bologna (UNIBO)
Consulta Europa Projects and Innovation (CE)
ICLEI European Secretariat GmbH (ICLEI EURO)
UNITED NATIONS EDUCATIONAL, SCIENTIFIC AND CULTURAL ORGANIZATION (UNESCO)
Fundación Tecnalia Research and Innovation (TECNALIA)
FUNDACION CARTIF (CARTIF)
Politecnico di Torino (POLITO)
University of Plymouth (UOP)
Agency for the Promotion of European Research (APRE)
Savonia University of Applied Sciences (SAVONIA UAS)
Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU)
ACIR COMPOSTELLE (ACIR)
BORGHI ITALIA TOUR NETWORK SRL (BITN)
Innovation and Management Center Limited (WESBIC)
Almende BV (ALM)
Association for Culture and Education KIBLA
Institute for Culture, Tourism and Promotion of Gornja Radgona (KULTPROTUR)
Geo-Naturpark Bergstrasse-Odenwald (GEO-N)
Municipality of Appignano del Tronto (COAPP)
ARGE Geopark Karawanken/Karavanke (ARGE GK)
İzmir Metropolitan Municipality (IZM)
DEMIR (DEM)
Federación Colombiana de Municipios (FCM)
Magma UNESCO Geopark (MAGMA UG)
Distretto Agroalimentare Regionale Scrl (DARE)
UNESCO Global Geopark Haute Provence (UGHP)
Municipality of Visegrád (VVO)
ÉMI Nonprofit Limited Liability Company for Quality Control and Innovation in Building (ÉMI)
PIAM Onlus (PIAM)
Natural History Museum of the Lesvos Petrified Forest (NHMLPF)
University of Crete – Natural History Museum of Crete (UOC)
Katla UNESCO Global Geopark (KATLA)
Santa María la Real Foundation of Historic Heritage (FSMLRPH)
Harghita County Council (HCC)
Association Pro Educatione Transilvaniensis (PRO EDU)
PONTIFICAL CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF MINAS GERAIS (PUC MINAS)
AEICE Construction and Habitat Cluster (AEICE)

Countries:

Italy, Spain, France, United Kingdom, Germany, Finland, Norway, Poland, Netherlands, Colombia, Hungary, Slovenia, Greece, Iceland, Romania, Austria, Brazil, Turkey, Chile

Description – essential information

The Centre for Systems Solutions is among 40 partners included in the project granted a total budget of 10 Million Euro. The project, coordinated by Bologna University, won the call H2020 “SC5-21-2016-2017: Cultural heritage as a driver for sustainable growth”.

The RURITAGE aims to establish a new heritage-led rural regeneration paradigm, able to transform rural areas in the sustainable development demonstration „laboratories‟ via the enhancement of their unique Cultural and Natural Heritage potential.

Through the analysis of existing business models, governance and regulatory frameworks in 15 Role models, and thanks to innovative technological, organizational and social solutions developed throughout the project, the RURITAGE will demonstrate the heritage potential as a powerful economic, social and environmental catalyst for regeneration, sustainable development, economic growth and improvement of people’s well-being and living environment in 6 Replicators.

The Centre for Systems Solutions has been chosen for the design and development of social simulations within the project. The cooperation on project is planned to take the following 4 years. The CRS’ team is very enthusiastic about the initiative!

The project received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 653874.

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RURITAGE invites rural communities to join the project as Role Models
RURITAGE is a European project that aims at demonstrating how cultural and natural heritage can emerge as a driver of sustainable development and competitiveness of...

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Kick-off meeting of the RURITAGE project
The RURITAGE Kick-off meeting was held in Bologna. According to a recent article in The Times, the University of Bologna is one of the most...

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