PASCAL and the PURE project
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This chapter explains what led to a book drawing on the work of the PASCAL Universities and Regional Engagement (PURE) project as a main source: action-research field-experience intended to enhance good practice, which involved regions participating on four continents. It sketches the PURE project and foreshadows the chapters that follow. These examine and draw lessons from different dimensions of the work of the project. The idea of the PURE project arose from Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) work reported and reviewed at a large international meeting in Valencia. OCED reported and reviewed at a large immediately after that at PASCAL's own international conference at Pecs in Hungary. PASCAL's original intention was to work with at least some of the fourteen regions involved in the OECD cycle, and connect them with other regions new to such work.

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