The Rural Centre/ Eurolink

The Rural Centre/ Eurolink began in 1993 to promote peace building and respect for cultural diversity by connecting people to collaborate and build relationships cross community, cross border and between other regions of Europe through study visits, European projects and cultural awareness training.

Europe Direct Northern Ireland
EU information centre providing access to EU funding, citizens rights, publications and resources More

Study Visits
Tailor made educational and thematic study visits delivered in this region or to other regions of Europe More

Cultural Awareness Training
Training to understand cultural diversity and develop the skills and expertise to build relationships across cultures More

Event Management
A full event management service for all your event needs More

Erasmus+ Projects
Joint projects with partners from other regions of Europe to collaborate and share expertise and knowledge More

Eurodesk Ambassador
As Eurodesk Ambassadors we promote Eurodesk UK and European mobility opportunities for young people More

The Rural Centre Newsletter 2016: Events, Training and Study Visits
The Rural Centre Newsletter 2017: Events, Training and Study Visits

The Rural Centre receives funding through the European Union’s PEACE IV programme, managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB) 
MidUlsterCouncil‘The Rural Centre receives support from by Mid Ulster District Council & Ards and North Down Borough Council