In fields as diverse as community land ownership, social care, social housing provision, cultural services and environmental projects, social innovation is driving place-based rural development. In the context of the SIMRA research project, the James Hutton Institute is researching how social innovation arises, what drives its success and how it can address challenges in marginal rural areas. Come, discuss and network with a community of practitioners working on social innovation.
31 May, 9.30am to 4pm
at James Hutton Institute, Aberdeen, AB15 8QH
for anyone interested in Scotland’s rural areas