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Rural regeneration through systemic heritage-led strategies


Replicators’ baseline assessment report

Report describing the diagnosis of the Replicators and establishing the baseline for monitoring.


The developed RURITAGE brand and the and related marketing plan and communication strategy will be included in this deliverable

RURITAGE Practices Repository

Open Repository collecting and mapping, for each RM, the key SIA related and cross-cutting themes characterizing model heritage-led rural regeneration strategies.

White paper ‘CNH as a driver for sustainable development in EU and beyond'

The white Paper will illustrate and enhance the value of CNH as a driver for sustainable development

RURITAGE exploitation strategy

The report will define the main steps and strategies to be taken for exploiting project results

Call for additional Replicators and Selected Replicators agreement

The published called and the agreement signed by the additional Replicators will be included

RURITAGE troubadour report

The digital diaryphoto journal of the troubadour will be published and presented at the final conference

Dialogue Breakfast

A summary of the dialogue breakfast will be included in the document together with the list of participants.

Guidelines for stakeholders’ identification and engagement within the RHHs

The guidelines will support Rs to select the local stakeholders to be involved in the RHH

KPIs Definition and evaluation procedures

The report will define and present the selected KPIs and the procedure defined to evaluate those

Monitoring programme and procedures

The report defines programmes and procedures to be implemented for the monitoring phase

RURITAGE Inventory of Lessons Learned

Open and dynamic Inventory providing the Key Success Factors of successful heritage-led regeneration strategies, their replication potential, related barriers and obstacles

Role Model Regeneration Enhancement Report

The report will describe the innovative strategies developed by RMs within their RHHs

European Vision Paper for urban and rural regeneration through CNH

In conjunction with the end of the ROCK project this vision paper will be published and launched

Rural regeneration activities: data, results, conclusions and recommendations report

The report will include data coming from KPIs and from the comonitoring and will provide a complete overview of the data analyzed and the impact achieved in each replicator Moreover it will provide recommendations for further replication

Report on Multilevel and multidirectional knowledge and innovation in Rs and RMs

Reporting activities, No. of participants, and main findings of each workshop

Progress report on networking with EU initiatives

Progress report on networking with EU initiatives Draft version M18 M36

RURITAGE Heritage-Led regeneration Plans for the Replicators

The report will include and describe describing the foreseen actions, the agenda for their implementation, the involved stakeholder, and the human and financial resources involved in each Replicators

Canvas business models

This report will present the tailored solutions for the 6 Rs and provide specific recommendation to replicate such solution

RURITAGE Serious Game Kit

The kit will include information and guidelines for institution interested in being trained and in using the game (DIY approach) for enhancing CNH in rural areas

Report on Bilateral knowledge transfer and brokerage from Role Models to Replicators

The report will collect and reports activities No of participants feedbacks and main findings of staff visit

Report on the involvement of communities in cultural heritage

Report on the involvement of communities in cultural heritage the case of the Rural Heritage Hub

RURITAGE methodology for Community based Heritage Management and Planning (CHMP)

This report provides guidance for the co-development, co-implementation and co-monitoring activities in the Replicators

Policy recommendations for the integration of CNH within RIS3

The developed policy recommendations and the results of the workshop runned in task 65 will be included this document

Summer schools and Master programmes and reports

Report of the summer schools organized and of the master programme

RURITAGE Heritage Led regeneration plans - updates from Rs

The report will be an updated version of Del 34 and will include deviations and adjustments made by Replicators during the implementation of their heritageled regeneration plans

Guidelines for the RURITAGE Resources Ecosystem sustainability

The report will describe the guidelines and training procedures for the usage of the RURITAGE Ecosystem platform

Communication and Dissemination Plan

The RURITAGE dissemination and communication plans and the local communication plans for Rs and RMs will be included in this report First draft will be produced at M4

Communication pack

Visual identity developed, website online, social media accounts activated.

Final conference

Report of the final conference

System dynamics based model

The system dynamic based model used for the monitoring of the RURITAGE strategies implemented in the Rs will be presented for understanding and assessing heritage-led rural regeneration

RURITAGE Resource Ecosystem

Software, user and developer manual, and report on the architecture of the open and interoperable platform composed by the ATLAS and the associated tools supporting RURITAGE data management, organization, mapping and visualization.

RURITAGE Replication ToolBox

It will contain both the software composing the Replication Tools, the inventories of Lessons Learned, the DSS and the e-book.

DSS light version

A light version of the DSS will be made available for Rs to develop their heritage-led regeneration strategies

My Cult-Rural Toolkit

Software and the associated report about the functionalities of the My Cult-Rural Toolkit and its user interface. This report will also include a user manual and a developer manual.

FAIR Data Management Plan

FAIR findable accessible interoperable and reusable Data Management Plan defining collection treatment management and storage of data within RURITAGE It will be updated at each reporting period M24 and M48


Geo-referenced system mapping and managing the multiple functions and dimensions of rural areas and landscape-human interactions for RMs and Rs.

6 Webinars

At least six webinars will be uploaded on the Digital Heritage Hub on the topic mentioned in Task 25

Storytelling Videos

One video will be produced for each replicator to support them in reshaping their image and one video will be produced for the RURITAGE brand


Adapting Business Model Canvases for Rural Cultural and Natural Heritage.

Author(s): Eskelinen T, Donlon J, Saarela AM, Auvinen H,
Published in: The ISPIM Innovation Conference – Innovating Our Common Future, 2021, ISBN 978-952-335-467-8
Publisher: LUT Scientific and Expertise Publications:

Surveying and Actioning the Tangible and Intangibledimensions of Rural Heritage in Ruritage H2020 Project

Author(s): Rosa Tamborrino
Published in: World Heritage and Contamination. Proceedings of the XVIII International Forum ‘World Heritage and Contamination’, 2020, ISBN 978-88-492-3937-9
Publisher: Gangemi Editore spa

Inclusion of migrants for rural regeneration through cultural and natural heritage valorization

Author(s): Conticelli Elisa; Claudia De Luca; Aitziber Egusquiza; Angela Santangelo; Simona Tondelli
Published in: Planning, Nature and Ecosystem Services, Issue 1, 2019, Page(s) 323-332
Publisher: Federico II OpenAccessUniversityPress
DOI: 10.6093/978-88-6887-054-6

"From urban to rural creativity. How the ""Creative City"" approach is transposed in rural communities"

Author(s): Conticelli Elisa; de Luca Claudia; Santangelo Angela; Tondelli Simona
Published in: The global city. The urban condition as a pervasive phenomenon. The global city. The urban condition as a pervasive phenomenon., 2019, ISBN 978-88-31277-01-3
Publisher: Aisu International 2020, Insights series

Co-developing heritage-led regeneration plans in rural areas: the RURITAGE methodology for community-based heritage management and planning

Author(s): Elisa Conticelli, Claudia de Luca, Angela Santangelo, Simona Tondelli, Michelle Perello, Javier Lopez
Published in: Regional policies, cohesion, internal and marginal areas Proceedings XXIII National Conference Volume 03, Issue 4, 2021
Publisher: Planum Publisher and Italian Society of Urban Planners
DOI: 10.53143/plm.c.321

A resources ecosystem for digital and heritage-led holistic knowledge in rural regeneration

Author(s): Tamborrino, Rosa; Patti, Edoardo; Aliberti, Alessandro; Dinler, Mesut; Orlando, Matteo; de Luca, Claudia; Tondelli, Simona; Barrientos, Francisco; Martin John; Cunha, Luís F.M.; Stam, Andries; Nales, Aad; Egusquiza, Aitziber; Amirzada, Zahra; Pavlova, Irina
Published in: Journal of Cultural Heritage, Issue 12962074, 2022, ISSN 1296-2074
Publisher: Elsevier Masson
DOI: 10.1016/j.culher.2022.09.012

An Exploration of the Contribution of Embodied, Situated Research Strategies to Cultural Ecosystem Services and Landscape Assessment Frameworks: An Environmental Empathy Case Study

Author(s): Łucznik, Klara; Serrano, Joane V.; Martin, John
Published in: AVANT,, Issue 20826710, 2022, ISSN 2082-6710
Publisher: Osrodek Badan Filozoficznych
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.7124102

The Covid-19 pandemic effects in rural areas. Turning challenges into opportunities for rural regeneration

Author(s): "Claudia de Luca, Simona tondelli, hanna elisabet åberg"
Published in: Journal of Land Use, Mobility and Environment, Issue 4, 2020, ISSN 1970-9889
Publisher: Laboratory of Land Use Mobility and Environment
DOI: 10.6092/1970-9870/6844

Communities-based rural regeneration: the experience of "Borgofuturo +" project in Marche Region

Author(s): Claudia de Luca, Simona Tondelli, Matteo Giacomelli, Fulvia Calcagni
Published in: Urbanistica Informazioni, Issue 1, 2020, Page(s) 39-42, ISSN 2239-4222
Publisher: Rivista online fondata dall'Istituto nazionale di Urbanistica

Participatory Process for Regenerating Rural Areas through Heritage-Led Plans: The RURITAGE Community-Based Methodology

Author(s): Claudia de Luca, Javier López-Murcia, Elisa Conticelli, Angela Santangelo, Michelle Perello, Simona Tondelli
Published in: Sustainability, Issue 13/9, 2021, Page(s) 5212, ISSN 2071-1050
Publisher: MDPI Open Access Publishing
DOI: 10.3390/su13095212

Engaging Users in Resource Ecosystem Building for Local Heritage-Led Knowledge

Author(s): Rosa Tamborrino; Mesut Dinler; Edoardo Patti; Alessandro Aliberti; Matteo Orlando; Claudia De Luca; Simona Tondelli; Zahra Amirzada; Irina Pavlova
Published in: Sustainability; Volume 14; Issue 8; Pages: 4575, Issue 20711050, 2022, ISSN 2071-1050
Publisher: MDPI Open Access Publishing
DOI: 10.3390/su14084575

Computational methods and rural cultural & natural heritage: A review

Author(s): Francisco Barrientos, John Martin, Claudia De Luca, Simona Tondelli, Jaime Gómez-García-Bermejo, Eduardo Zalama Casanova
Published in: Journal of Cultural Heritage, Issue 49, 2021, Page(s) 250-259, ISSN 1296-2074
Publisher: Elsevier Masson
DOI: 10.1016/j.culher.2021.03.009

A Robust Monitoring Platform for Rural Cultural and Natural Heritage

Author(s): Barrientos, Francisco; Egusquiza, Aitziber; de Luca, Claudia; Tondelli, Simona; Martín-Lerones, Pedro; Olmedo, David; Martin, John; Pavlova, Irina; Gómez-García-Bermejo, Jaime; Zalama Casanova, Eduardo
Published in: Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage, Issue 16 (2), 2023, Page(s) 1--17, ISSN 1556-4673
Publisher: Association for Computing Machinary, Inc.
DOI: 10.1145/3593430

Aree rurali resilienti. Trasformare il rischio in opportunità. Rigenerare le aree rurali attraverso il patrimonio culturale

Author(s): Santangelo Angela; Tondelli Simona
Published in: AND, Issue 2, 2021, ISSN 1723-9990
Publisher: DNA Editrice

Systemic Innovation Areas for Heritage-Led Rural Regeneration: A Multilevel Repository of Best Practices

Author(s): Aitziber Egusquiza, Mikel Zubiaga, Alessandra Gandini, Claudia de Luca, Simona Tondelli
Published in: Sustainability, Issue 13/9, 2021, Page(s) 5069, ISSN 2071-1050
Publisher: MDPI Open Access Publishing
DOI: 10.3390/su13095069

Development of the My Cult-Rural Toolkit

Author(s): John Martin, Dominica Williamson, Klara Łucznik, John Adam Guy
Published in: Sustainability, Issue 13/13, 2021, Page(s) 7128, ISSN 2071-1050
Publisher: MDPI Open Access Publishing
DOI: 10.3390/su13137128

La rigenerazione delle aree rurali a partire dal patrimonio culturale: l’hub del Borgo per l’Alta Val Taro

Author(s): Carlotta Pivetti, Claudia de Luca, Elisa Conticelli, Simona Tondelli
Published in: Urbanistica informazioni, Issue 278, 2019, Page(s) 66-71, ISSN 0392-5005
Publisher: INU Edizioni

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