Across the world, many academics and other professionals now live in rural areas and make important contributions to their micro-local communities. Michael de Percy draws some lessons from his own experience in rural Australia where “tree-change” movements of an eclectic mix of people from big cities to rural communities have created something of a lifeline for otherwise endangered communities.
|Specialist publication||London School of Economics Social Sciences Impact Blog|
|Publication status||Published - 14 Mar 2018|
De Percy, M. (2018). Academics and professionals can contribute to “micro-impact” projects in rural villages that make a real difference and complement formal local services. London School of Economics Social Sciences Impact Blog. https://blogs.lse.ac.uk/impactofsocialsciences/2018/03/14/academics-and-professionals-can-contribute-to-micro-impact-projects-in-rural-villages-that-make-a-real-difference-and-complement-formal-local-services/