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When you want to go to a Slow Food event, but don’t want to travel fast, what do you do?
Instead of flying over countries, these SFYNers chose to visit them, and their cities, local people, vineyards, agriculture land, restaurants and markets!
Zambia’s vibrant youth are crucial to developing a prosperous agricultural sector. This means shaking off outdated perceptions and providing young people with the right incentives.Read More
Let me tell you why eating an apple makes you part of a hyper interdisciplinary multi stakeholder chain of actors. Your apple traveled through the hands of a seed distributer, a farmer, a truck driver, a salesmen and a local shop owner before it became in your possession.Read More
From October to January, a group of leaders from the Slow Food Youth Network will engage in a three month online leadership trajectory. Aim of the trajectory is to collectively work on skills, while at the same time discussing the future strategy and set-up of the Slow Food Youth Network.Read More
Buikwe District is located in the central part of Uganda. With approximately 98,000 households engaged directly or indirectly in small-scale farming, agriculture is the district’s main economic activity.Read More
During this year’s Terra Madre Salone del Gusto event, that took place in Turin from 22-26 September, Hivos partnered with Slow Food Youth Network and Food Hub to offer a side-track for young food activists from around the world.Read More