The project

Work Packages & Deliverables

Merging all our forces into specific activities aiming to get the best out of partners. The Work Packages explain the main...

Partners

KiNESIS intends to address specific topics and desires, through a completely new sustainable and innovative approach since...

People

Each partner is represented by a person and each person counts for the success of our proposal. Know more about our Advisory Board and Representative...

Project and Communication Materials

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Photo Gallery

A collection of beautiful photos of the project, the communities and our activities!

Video

A collection of videos of the KiNESIS project


Project in a nutshell

KNowledgE alliance for Social Innovation in Shrinking villages (KiNESIS) is a three – year-long project (2021-2023), co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.

The main aim of the KiNESIS project is to create a Knowledge Alliance among academia, NGOs, communities, local authorities, businesses to develop a program of multidisciplinary activities in shrinking areas with the aim of promoting and fostering ideas, projects, workforce, productivity and attractiveness. The focus of KiNESIS is to converge the interest of different stakeholders by recalling various skills around abandoned villages to make them "smart" and "attractive".

Keeping in mind the triangular objectives of cooperation and innovation of research, higher education and business of the Knowledge Alliance action, the KiNESIS project aims are: i) revitalising depopulated areas by stimulating entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial skills; ii) creating local living laboratories, shared at European level, in which the exchange of knowledge, best practices, experiences can help promote social inclusion and entrepreneurial development; iii) experimenting new, innovative and multidisciplinary approaches in teaching and learning; iv) facilitating the exchange, flow and co-creation of knowledge at a local and global level.