In 2010 the CCRI condcuted research which reviewed the experiences of local community projects in 20 European countries.
In 2010, this resrearch evaluated a Rural Activity Care Pathway, which was piloted in South Staffordshire.
CCRI was one of the lead partners in a consortium which conducted a major analysis of the design, implementation and emerging impacts of Rural Development Programmes (RDPs) between 2007-13.
This research assessed how well various service providers (e.g. maternity services, cancer care, support for young carers and for the recently unemployed) meet the needs of rural people.
The EDORA study sought to better understand the patterns of differentiation across rural Europe.
The CCRI was involved in a pilot project developed by Handicap International to link mine action with development work in a local participatory approach.
This research aimed to assess how initiaitives to increase activity levels amongst sednetary people in Wales had proven to be successful.
The project sought to understand the impacts of fishing on both those people and communities who are directly dependent on it and those who are indirectly involved with it.
Providing guidance to the Serbian Ministry in the identification, screening and preparation of documentation for European Union Instrument for pre-accession assistance (IPA) funded projects
This project provided guidance to the Serbian Ministry for Agriculture, Trade, Forests and Water Management in the identification, screening and preparation of documentation for European Union IPA funded projects.