Use social innovation to improve conditions in disadvantaged rural areas
On this course, you’ll learn what social innovation is, how it can best be supported and where innovation efforts should be concentrated. You’ll specifically focus on the challenges facing rural areas.
You’ll be introduced to a range of approaches for actioning social innovation initiatives as you explore the role of communities and society in innovation development.
Using global case-studies, you’ll analyse new approaches proposed by 26 partners involved in the EU H2020 research project, SIMRA. You’ll explore the findings of the project, led by the project partners themselves.
The course is designed for anyone interested in innovation in rural development.
This may include decision-makers, public, private and third sector development agents, evaluators, facilitators, technical advisors, researchers or students involved in social innovation projects in rural areas.
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social innovation through the satisfaction of unsatisfied or alienated human needs; and innovation in the social relations between individuals and groups in neighborhoods and the wider territories embedding them