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- If you missed some news, check our newsletter N° 1/2021 - March 2021
- Scholarship Programme 2021 - Registration is open! Get involved! Read more about the goals and the "how to" here
- Webinar "Deepening Civic Dialogue : video recording, presentations and main insights are now available here: https://forum-synergies.eu/article764.html
- Sustainable Forestry - Insights & views from the Mediterranean ! "INSIGHTS & VIEWS FROM THE MEDITERRANEAN" ist part of Forum Synergies’ thematic focus on Sustainable Forestry. For background information and video recording of the webinar click here
REGISTRATION OPEN: Webinar "Deepening Civic Dialogue" February 10th 2021 - 17h00 CET
An invitation to a conversation on the power of dialogue for community-led transitions.
Information and registration HERE
- Main insights and video recording available Web Conference "Local Food: Re-imagining Regional Responses - Collaborative approaches to building our rural resilience" on this page
Scholarship community WEBINAR "AGAINST ALL ODDS - Youth energy for new rural-urban linkages"
After the Corona summer 2020 with little real travelling activities we will hold a webinar on Monday 21st of December, 17:00 – 18:30 CET. It will be mixture of scholarship experiences of 2020 and other activities of hosts and trainees.
Apart from 4 main presentations there will be space for exchange and discussion!
"RURAL EUROPE ON THE MOVE - a travel guide to transitions" still available. Our newly launched book is an invitation to dive into 25 years of experiences in sustainable rural development in Europe and to explore pathways to the future.
It is the collective work of twelve authors who share their personal stories of bringing together local communities, farmers, foresters, environmentalists, and political decision makers so as to facilitate the transition towards a more sustainable and inclusive rural Europe.
It is a call upon young people to make their rural regions and communities fit, so that they can respond to the challenges of climate change, biodiversity loss and social exclusion, making their own rural future more resilient and attractive.
Now available on-line - Get more information here