Euromontana co-organises with MEP Franc Bogovič (EPP) a RUMRA breakfast on “How can social innovation help villages become smarter?”.
The Breakfast, organised within the framework of the European Parliament Intergroup on Rural, Mountainous and Remote Areas (RUMRA), will be held at the European Parliament, in Brussels, on 27 June 2018 and will focus on the new concept of “Smart Villages”.
Smart Villages aim to improve the attractiveness and well-being of inhabitants in rural areas and will be one priority of the next Rural Development policy.
Social innovation can play a key role in the development of the full potential of rural areas as shown in the H2020 project SIMRA – Social Innovation in Marginalised Rural Areas. By working together and through social innovation, some communities have taken leadership of the provision of key rural services such as health, education, energy, mobility and other social services of key importance in rural, mountainous and remote areas where such services were of poor quality and often in decline. Smart villages outperform others. How can we capture their success in social innovation in marginalised rural areas and use it as an inspiration for all? How can we best support social innovation and Smart Villages in the future programming period?
Join and discuss with us, registrations are now open (only 60 seats available)
For more information:
- The agenda is available here
- To register, please fill in this online form before 18 June 2018
- For more information about this event, click here
- For more information about the European parliament Intergroup RUMRA, click here
This event is organised by the support of the SIMRA project
23 May 2018