How can social innovation change the face of marginalised rural areas in Europe and beyond? What are the most appropriate approaches, methods and tools that can be used for assessing social innovations? What does policy support to social innovation mean in different regional settings and contexts? These questions along with many others were at the heart of the first transdisciplinary workshop of the H2020-funded SIMRA (Social Innovation in Marginalised Rural Areas) project, held on 26-28 October 2016 in Bratislava, Slovakia.
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