6th Forum Origin, Diversity and Territories: Perspectives on territories in transition

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Date(s) - 19 Sep 2018 - 21 Sep 2018
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Collegio Carlo Alberto - Turin, Italy


The 6th edition of the Forum Origin, Diversity and Territories (ODT) will take place From  19 to 21 September 2018, in Turin (Italy).

The Forum Origin, Diversity and Territory – ODT 2018, in its sixth edition, proposes to explore and put in perspective the theme of ecological and social TRANSITIONS in the territories, by organizing a unique space of learning  combined with a « learning itinerary » in the region of the Piemont in Italy, followed by two days of debates and exchanges around concrete experiences on the occasion of the Salone del Gusto and Slow Food Meetings – Terra Madre in Turin (Italy).

Five workshops will discuss diverse transitions pathways:

  1. Signs of Quality and Origin and sustainable rural tourism
  2. Strategies and tools to plan and manage territorial transition
  3. Protection and promotion of products by the « Mountain » label, quality signs, territorial brands and BIO certification
  4. Tools and innovations to build the resilience of farmers and territories
  5. Nutritional and Food Transitions in Rural Communities

About fifteen international project leaders, selected to benefit from a 3-day training course in Piedmont in Italy before the Forum, international experts, representatives of the Forum’s co-organizers, and participants from multiple horizons, will be gathered to exchange about innovative initiatives in territories in transition and scientific contributions.

 

 

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