- FREE FarmSafe Health & Safety Workshops
- A New Cork Declaration 2016
- Heritage Lottery Fund Seeks Committee Members in Northern Ireland
- Farm Safety Remains a Priority
- Rural Business Start Scheme
- Hamilton and McIlveen launch new Farm Safety Affiliate Scheme
- Mid Ulster Social Enterprise Programme
- RYE Connect
- RDC welcomes Network Support Unit Contract
- RYE Start Ups
UCAN Youth Programme
Rural Network- Supporting rural development locally, nationally & across Europe
RYE - RDC working in partnership to encourage Rural Youth Entrepreneurship
RDC working to improve the lives of farmers and farm family members.
BRIC – Building Relationships in Communities - encouraging greater social integration in Northern Ireland’s housing sector
Rural Respecting Difference Programme - working in partnership to increase awareness of diversity and difference within schools and after schools
Maximising Community Space - Advancing Good Relations in community halls
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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'.
The Rural Development Council's 25th anniversary celebrations have commenced.
RDC has been appointed to deliver FarmSafe Health & Safety Training workshops and are currently in the process of finalising the programme.
ENRD Contact Point has published a Special Edition ENRD Newsletter which provides a highlights summary of the recent Cork 2.0 European Conference on Rural Development and the Cork 2.0 Declaration that resulted.
The Heritage Lottery Fund is looking to appoint at least two committee members to their Committee for Northern Ireland.
Provision of 'on farm' health & safety awareness workshops are set to continue
Are you aged between 18 - 30 years old and have a business idea? The Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA) is offering capital grant to support the creation of new businesses in rural areas of Mid Ulster.