RuralCare is included as an example of transfer and scalability in the guide “Social Experimentation; a practical guide for project promoters” of the Directorate General for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion of the European Commission.
The Directorate General for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion of the European Commission has published the guide “Social experimentation; a practical guide for project promoters”. A practical tool that combines knowledge and experience with some theoretical information, providing a solid understanding of social experimentation and practical advice for project development. The guide, whi
RuralCare professionals participate in the Closing Conference for the Evaluation of Social Innovation Calls
On 10 and 11 May took place in Brussels the closing event of the study on the evaluation and dissemination of the social innovation calls for proposals co-funded by the European Union Programme for Employment and Social Innovation (EaSI). Among the 44 projects of the 7 calls for proposals of social innovation which were supported … <a href="https://ruralcare.eu/blog/2022/06/21/ruralcare-pro
The RuralCare project aims to support people to remain at home until the end of their lives, if that is their wish, and to do so while maintaining their lifestyle. One of the key elements of the project to contribute giving meaning to people’s lives is the dynamization of the territory so that it becomes … <a href="https://ruralcare.eu/blog/2022/04/20/la-dinamizacion-del-entorno-rural
RuralCare is a social innovation project which aims to design, test and evaluate a new approach in the provision of integrated long-term care for elderly people living in rural areas depending on their values, desires and individual preferences. A new report now outlines how the proposed model, being trialled in Castilla y Léon in Spain, … <a href="https://ruralcare.eu/blog/2022/02/17/the-
The RuralCare Project team actively participates in the 3rd Co-Creation Workshop for the Assessment of EaSI funded activities 2014-2020
A representation of the RuralCare consortium of partners has participated today in the 3rd Co-Creation workshop organised by the group of operators responsible for Assessing and Disseminating the Results of the Social Innovation Calls Financed by the EU Programme for Employment and Social Innovation (EaSI) 2014-2020. RuralCare´s objectives, ambitions, innovative dimension and results delivered so
RuralCare collaborates with the DG for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion of the European Commission for the evaluation of the EaSI Programme.
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The first step in implementing the RuralCare project has been to bring it closer to the people.