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Rural Entrepreneurship Conference & ESRS Satellite Event

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The Rural Entrepreneurship Conference is returning, in person, and we hope it will be bigger and better than ever! Huge thanks go to Swansea University for hosting the virtual conference in 2021 and to the ISBE rural network for organising webinars to keep us all connected but now we can get back together, enjoy a conference dinner, a field trip to celebrate 1900 years of Hadrian's Wall and some vital conversations to consider how rural economies can recover to create a fairer, more sustainable and more vibrant future for everyone living in, working in and visiting rural places.

This year, the event will also form part of the European Society for Rural Sociology conference which comprises 11 satellite events across the continent. A big thank you also goes to the ESRS organisers for making this collaboration possible. Further information about this initiative can be found here.

The call for papers and abstract template can each be downloaded below. The deadline for abstract submissions is 31st March, 2022.

For further information and to submit your abstracts, please email Gary Bosworth at: gary.bosworth@northumbria.ac.uk

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Northumbria University
City Campus East, Business & Law Building
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE2 1XA

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