Invitation to organic policy workshop

Let’s make our European food system resilient to future shocks and stresses together through organic food and farming

TRANSMANGO is an interdisciplinary research project funded by the EU that focuses on the vulnerability and resilience of European food systems in a context of socioeconomic, behavioural, technological, institutional and agro-ecological change. Within this project we aim to investigate and empower innovative sustainable food practices across Europe and explore with policymakers and key stakeholders at different levels how such practices could lead to local and European transition towards better and more sustainable food and nutrition security futures.

To this end, TRANSMANGO Consortium organises a focused stakeholder workshop to develop portfolio of effective and robust across a range of uncertainties policy roadmaps towards resilient and sustainable food and nutrition security in Europe through organic food and farming. This workshop will involve the use of novel foresight and participatory modelling approaches.

Would you like to share your expertise and help building resilient European food system? We kindly invite you to participate in this highly interactive meeting that will take place on the 13th of June 2016 in Brussels (Odisee Campus; Rue de la Blanchisserie 23, 1000 Brussels). Please register by 16 of May 2016 by sending email to natalia.brzezina@kuleuven.be.

For more information on the TRANSMANGO project, please see the following link for the TRANSMANGO flyer and website.

If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact us .

Yours sincerely,

Natalia Brzezina
on behalf of TRANSMANGO Consortium

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