entrepreneurs, cultural managers, and public managers in depopulated rural areas
Handbook for Cultural heritage management in Rural Areas
Not only farmers
The handbook will be a fundamental tool for entrepreneurs, civil servants and local development agents and will contain useful, relevant information to impact in resilience and empowerment in rural local areas.
What the handbook will be about
Reflecting on concrete case studies, assessing current works, funded projects to release the main points of strength, weakness, opportunities and threat.
We believe that learning is key in local development.
How the handbook is developed
A common questionnaire will be designed by partners who will interview best practices cases to gather relevant information for transferring into the manual. Best practices cases will be selected taking in account their impact in the region, its innovative and creative dimension.