Irish Rural Link (IRL) – the national network representing the interest of rural communities are today, Wednesday 19th December 2018, calling on Government to expedite the establishment of the Stakeholder Forum on Local Public Banking in the new year which is due to begin at the end of January 2019. Read Full Statement here
IRL hosted a Community Services Information Evening in the Sheraton Athlone on Thursday 15th November. Eighteen Community Service Providers attended, and were addressed by Minister For Office of Public Works and Flood Defence, Kevin ‘Boxer’Moran. The Minister encourageed community groups to use IRL to voice their concerns, and make their voices heard at local and National level.
The first information event on SEAI grants was held in the Town Hall, Edenderry, Co. Offlay last Wednesday 14th November. This free event outlined the grants available from SEAI to make your home warmer and more comfortable while reducing your energy bills.
for more information https://www.seai.ie/grants/
Irish Rural Link with SEAI will host the first of a series of information evenings this coming Wednesday, 14th November in the Town Hall, Edenderry, Co. Offaly. By bringing these information events, with SEAI, into communities people have the opportunity to join us to hear for themselves how simple the whole process for applying for these grants is, how they will benefit people by making their homes more comfortable and energy efficient and that they too will apply for either a Better Energy Homes or Warmer Homes grants. For information about the grants and the information is available here
MICRO Project: Multiplier Events to share and disseminate MICRO results and outputs
31st October 2018
“Enhancing Competitiveness of Microenterprises in Rural Areas” – MICRO is a Project co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Commission, Key Action 2, Strategic Partnerships for Vocational and Educational Training aimed at sustaining the growth and competitiveness of rural microenterprises by developing practical training resources and a dedicated Open Educational Resource (OER Platform)
Irish Rural Link in Moate (Ireland) hosts the Closing Meeting of the MICRO Project on Thursday 25th October 2018
26th October 2018
Irish Rural Link will host the Closing Meeting of Enhancing Competitiveness of Microenterprises in Rural Areas (MICRO), a Project co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Commission, Key Action 2, Strategic Partnerships for Vocational and Educational Training. The Transnational Consortium met for the formal closure of the Project and to explore future exploitation of MICRO results and outputs. The meeting offered a unique opportunity to illustrate the results achieved and to explore the possibilities for further implementation.
MICRO was implemented by 7 Partners from 6 countries (Belgium, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Macedonia and Spain).
The idea behind MICRO was to sustain the growth and competitiveness of rural microenterprises by developing practical training resources and a dedicated Open Educational Resource (OER Platform).
After a structured need analysis the Consortium developed tailored training modules on the needs of microenterprises in rural areas, to help them building capacity and new skills.
The training is freely available in multilingual versions on the dedicated Open Educational Resource Platform: www.microsmetraining.eu.
During the meeting, Partners revised all Project Outputs: the OER Platform, the Capacity Gap Assessment, Training Content and Test & Validation activities.
An important issue discussed during the meeting was targets achieved during Dissemination activities. Partners are strongly committed to give great visibility to the Project, a dedicated Multiplier Event was held in each Project country in addition to daily online and offline Dissemination activities. Further, the MICRO website will be maintained for two years after the Project completion.
Irish Rural Link (Lead Partner) founded in 1991, is a national network of organisations and individuals advocating for sustainable rural development in Ireland and Europe. IRL, a non-profit organization has grown significantly since its inception and now directly represents over 600 community groups and individuals with a combined membership of 25,000. The network provides a structure through which rural groups and individuals representing disadvantaged rural communities, can articulate their common needs and priorities, share their experiences and present their case to policy makers at local, national and EU level. As Lead partner, IRL is responsible for the management and coordination of the Micro Project.
For further information about MICRO Project: Maria or Siobhan tel: 090 6482744
firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com MICRO website: www.microsmetraining.eu
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