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2014- RESILIENCE, RURAL DEVELOPMENT AND SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT: A 'WORKING WITH PEOPLE' MODEL APPROACH

Autores:

Francisco Rivas & Ignacio de los Ríos

Título: RESILIENCE, RURAL DEVELOPMENT AND SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT: A 'WORKING WITH PEOPLE' MODEL APPROACH
Congreso: 18th International Congress on Project Management and Engineering
Fecha: Julio de 2014
Lugar : Alcañiz (España)
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RESUMEN

A conceptual proposal for the integration of resilience in rural development projects sustainable management, through the three-dimensional WWP model is presented.The research reported is part of the RETHINK European Project, whose overall aim is farm modernization and rural resilience. The resilience concept has been analyzed, in the scope of rural development projects management, and a relationship with the WWP model has been established. To this end, a thorough review of the scientific literature concerning this topic has been addressed, in order to develop the state of the art of the different concepts and models involved.Nowadays, it has become evident the need to seek sustainable development models that address challenges arising in a variety of contexts. The resilience concept appears connected to the ability of people to cope with adversities that inevitably arise due to context dynamics, at different spatial and temporal scales. This concept is related to the model known as 'Working With People' (WWP), focused on rural development projects planning, management and evaluation, from the integration of three dimensions: technical-entrepreneurial, ethical-social and political-contextual.

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