Social agriculture is one of the most significant aspects of multifunctional agriculture to have emerged in recent years.
Slow Food, at local and national level, has paid increasing attention to the theme of social agriculture, promoting entrepreneurial agricultural initiatives and projects that are sensitive to production and social inclusion. The webinar aims to focus on the elements of a good, clean and fair social agriculture for all, the criticalities and opportunities offered by the market, and the point of view of national and regional regulations. In addition, experiences of Slow Food social agriculture communities in Italy will be presented and the creation of a Slow Food network dedicated to social agriculture will be hypothesized.
Moderator: Luigi Pagliaro, Slow Food Italy Social Agriculture Delegate
Giuseppe Orefice, Slow Food Italy Executive Committee;
Saverio Senni, Professor at the University of Tuscia;
Giuliano Ciano, Spokesperson for the National Forum for Social Agriculture;
Carlo Hausmann, Director of Agro Camera.
The experiences of Slow Food Communities involved in Social Agriculture:
Barbara Telluri, Southern Etruria;
Mario Riccardi, Vesuvio;
Caterina Lo Bocchiaro, Valdibella.
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Financed by the European Union.
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Event languages: IT