- Omagh group step back in time on study visit
- NIHE Launch Rural Community Awards
- A Snapshot in Time for Rural Communications
- Scottish LEADER Conference 2014 Inspire Be Inspired
- European Election Candidate Hustings
- bric unveils tribute to New Lodge community hero Joe Kelly
- bric Programme briefs EU Delegation
- EU Environmental Funding Opportunities
- Braniel group enjoy history lesson at Boyne site
- Photography Competition
Rural Network- Supporting rural development locally, nationally & across Europe
Countryside Agri-Rural Partnership - RDC working in partnership to improve the lives of farmers and farm family members.
Rural Respecting Difference Programme - working in partnership to increase awareness of diversity and difference within schools and after schools
Rye - RDC working in partnership to encourage Rural Youth Entrepreneurship
BRIC – Building Relationships in Communities - encouraging greater social integration in Northern Ireland’s housing sector
Maximising Community Space - Advancing Good Relations in community halls
ABOUT THE RURAL DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL
RDC, the rural development organisation for Northern Ireland, works to support and encourage integrated rural development actions that recognise and value the contribution of agriculture, rural regeneration, the environment and culture in realising its vision of 'a living, working, sustainable and shared countryside'.
Established in 1991, RDC has a track record in rural development spanning 22 years.
Northern Ireland Housing Executive has launched their inaugural Rural Community Awards competition and are inviting all constituted rural community groups to take part.
NICVA is hosting #NIEURO14, a hustings event to provide the voluntary and community sector with the opportunity to question European candidates from across the political spectrum on the issues that matter to them.
A report from the conference has now been published and can be downloaded at http://www.ruralgateway.org.uk/node/8683. A six page Executive Summary and a two page summary on each of the four workshops have also been published.
Rural Development Minister, Michelle O’Neill MLA has welcomed the launch of a report examining the much debated topic of broadband and mobile connectivity in rural areas across Northern Ireland.
NIEA are hosting an eNGO workshop on EU environmental funding opportunities for Northern Ireland on Monday 14th April at 10am in Peatlands Park.