December 2021, 10.30 am – 1 pm CET
The objective of this webinar is to deepen exchange on the role of the social economy in creating new models of local development which link sustainable agriculture and the promotion of short supply chains with social inclusion and community empowerment.
A specific focus will be put on:
- (innovative) models of mutualization of resources between producers;
- Initiatives set up by young farmers;
- a new form of social economy organization involving a diversity of public and social private players;
- partnerships with other type of social economy and citizen initiatives (including culture).
Places are limited.
You will find more information here.
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