Slow Food Capacity Building on ADVOCACY:

Building New Leadership for good, clean and fair food in Europe

These capacity building sessions will build new skills for European activists, with the goal of providing spaces for knowledge exchange, discussion on strategies and on tools to carry out effective actions at grassroots level.

What you will learn

  • Slow Food's approach to advocacy: Why is it important to do advocacy work, and what can we hope to achieve?

  • Making an impact: What are succesful examples of Slow Food advocacy campaigns at local and national level?

  • How: How can we translate the work Slow Food does on the ground into political demands? What tools can we use? 

Applications are due by March 21st.

Selection of the participants will be confirmed and finalized by end of March.

PLEASE NOTE: The form does not guarantee participation in the training, it will be considered only as an application form, not a registration form. The Slow Food Europe office will consider the information received and evaluate the characteristics of the candidate, reserving the right to select the participant(s) according to the selection criteria.

Registrations are now closed

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