Project name ReeP -
Rural Initiatives for Entrepreneurship and Employment Perspectives
Objective Objective 1.2
Priority Innovation and knowledge development
Aim The project "ReeP – Rural Initiatives for Entrepreneurship and Employment Perspectives“ aims on supporting a sustainable regional development of peripheral rural regions in Central Europe facing particular demographic and economical challenges. REE contributes to find solutions for the development of rural peripheral regions regarding, demographic change, aging society, long-term unemployment, skill shortages, small scale entrepreneurship and business registration.ReeP shall contribute to a improved skills of rural development actors in promoting vocational development, in particular in identifiying potential for small-scale entrepreneurship and for potential reintegration of long-term unemployed people in such regions lagging behind.
Results ReeP aims on supporting training and implementation activities to foster and improve capacities of already active and existing public and private actors in the field of rural regional development. ReeP will not establish new institutional structures but will offer a regional and transnational platform to get to know about best-practices and to develop training structures for regional development actors aiming on better integrated empowerment approaches to fight long-term unemployment and to foster small-scale entrepreneurship among the local population.
Cost About 1,8 Mio. ERDR, max. 8-10 partners.
Duration 01.01.2019 - 31.12.20201 (36 Months)
Partners involved Lead partner: Ministry for Infrastructure and Digitization, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Dept. 4 „Spatial Development“, Schwerin (DE) (confirmed)
Project partner 1: Ministry für Spatial Development and Transport, Dept. 4.3 „Demographic Development and trends“, Magdeburg (DE) (confirmed)
Partners requested Additional partners from Central Europe programm region, best from regional and/or national level having legal and sovereign competeneces in promoting rural development, vocational development, labour integration and entrepreneurship.
Innovation Reep will not invent new structures but will directly address those local and regional actors in rural development which are already day-to-day involved in the development of such rural areas and human ressources. Together with scientific partners and based on common identificationof best practices we will develop new training programmes for rural development actors, enabling them to better identify existing and possible potentials in small-scale entrepreneurship and reintegration of long-term unemployed using new and innovative approaches.
Follow up of partly of WOMEN, YURA and projects of other programme regions.
Follow up fundings