Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the related regulations
this conference will be held online on 11 December 2020 from 2pm until 6.30 pm CET
All partners of the FOOD-AWARE project (DOUKAS SCHOOL-Greece, THE POLISH FARM ADVISORY-Poland, SPOLECZNA AKADEMIA NAUK-Poland, PROPEL-Belgium, UNIVERSITY OF DUNDEE-UK and ISEKI-FOOD ASSOCIATION-Austria) cordially invite you to attend the Final Confrence of the FOOD-AWARE project. Key target groups are the project partners, stakeholder representatives, national and international NGO´s, rural networks, national and Eurpean decision makers and last but not least teachers who have to take care to raise awareness in children how precious food is and how much children can contribute with a responsible approach.
The FOOD-AWARE project aims to:
- empower children in Europe to grow into responsible and conscientious food consumers
- train teachers to educate their students rom a young age on the following subjects: local food production, food waste, food chain, responsible food consumption and resource efficiency including sustainability and circularity
- raise awareness of the fact that European farmers are not getting the return they deserve for the high-quality food they produce while meeting some of the highest environmental and welfare standards in the world
- inspire a sense of responsibility towards the planet climate, environment and society's future in general through the project's outcomes
- empower young children themselves, their own lives and that of their own children in years to come
- Introduction to the FOOD-AWARE project
- Expert presentation
- Experiences from Austrian Teachers
- Module Presentations (Local Food Production, Food Chain, Food Waste, Resource Efficiency, Responsible Food Consumption)
- Presentation of Training Materials (Comics, Posters, Activity Sheets and Videos)
The participation in the FOOD-AWARE Final Conference will be free of charge, but online registration is mandatory.
Please find below the project leaflet in different languages for printing if needed.