Ruralization: The opening of rural areas to renew rural generations, jobs and farms: D3.1 Assessment Framework

Aisling Murtagh, Maura Farrell, Marie Mahon, John McDonagh, Therese Conway, Shane Conway, W.K. Korthals Altes

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Abstract

The RURALIZATION project aims to look at ways to overcome rural decline issues that support rural regeneration and generational renewal. The empirical focus of the project is to develop, assess and disseminate novel instruments, strategies and policies that cater for rural regeneration. This is done specifically in relation to the future dreams of rural youth, facilitating rural newcomers and new entrants into farming and by addressing the issue of access to land. RURALIZATION will also carry out a trend analysis to uncover relevant trends for rural regions. This knowledge base will culminate in generating effective policy tools. Through this RURALIZATION aims to contribute to the development of a new rural frontier that provides exciting opportunities to new rural generations for social and economic sustainability and to realise their dreams in a rural context.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages63
Publication statusPublished - 2021

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