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The Conference

‌    28-30 September 2022  Cavan, Ireland 

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The 13th OECD Rural Development Conference 2022 was generously hosted by the Government of Ireland on the theme of Building Sustainable, Resilient and Thriving Rural Places. As OECD Member States contend with multiple policy challenges, including emerging from COVID-19, Ireland welcomed the in-person participation of Ministers, senior policy makers and civil society for wide ranging discussions on the future of rural places.

Doonagore Castle is a 16th-century fort on the Atlantic coast near Doolin, County Clare

 Clifden, County Galway, sits on Ireland’s west coast and is often referred to as "the Capital of Connemara"

 Ireland’s Grand Canal passes through the town of Sallins in County Kildare

Doonagore Castle is a 16th-century fort on the Atlantic coast near Doolin, County Clare

 Clifden, County Galway, sits on Ireland’s west coast and is often referred to as "the Capital of Connemara"

 Ireland’s Grand Canal passes through the town of Sallins in County Kildare

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OECD work on rural development: www.oecd.org/regional/ruraldevelopment.htm