The travelling school connects local knowledge and shares transformative learning across rural communities and organisations in Europe (for now). Classes happen in the same places that rural culture and economies are made: in small businesses, in kitchens, in fields, in streets and in community halls.

The Rural School of Economics is multilingual, intergeneration and trans-local. It connects communities who might be far apart, but who are working on similar issues. Everyone involved is both a learner and a teacher.

It’s powered by mutual knowledge exchange, cultural co-production and everyday economies.