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FLIARA Project Presented at International Seminar on Migration and Agriculture

Silvia Sivini and Irene Leonardelli, colleagues and partners in the FLIARA Project, presented the FLIARA objectives and early results from an Italian farming case study at the VII AGROMIG International Seminar “Migrations, Agrifood, and Rural Change,” held at the University of Calabria on May 23–24, 2024. The seminar aimed to delve into the intricate relationship …

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Jönköping University

Jönköping University, a young and dynamic university in Sweden, fosters a unique environment that blends internationalisation, entrepreneurial spirit, and close collaboration with the community. As one of Sweden’s leading destinations for international students, Jönköping University boasts a truly global campus. School of Education and Communication: Advancing Sustainability in FLIARA Within the FLIARA Project, the School …

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Mendel University in Brno

Mendel University in Brno (MENDELU) brings a rich heritage of excellence in teaching and research to the FLIARA Project. Founded in 1919 and named after Gregor Mendel, the father of genetics, MENDELU has a long history of pioneering new ways of thinking. This public university boasts over 100 graduate programmes in Czech and English across …

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University of Oulu

Founded in 1958, the University of Oulu is a leading Finnish research university dedicated to advancing knowledge, well-being, and innovation. This multidisciplinary university, with over 14,200 students and 3,800 staff across eight faculties, plays a key role in the FLIARA Project. Expertise in Geography and Anthropology The University of Oulu contributes its strengths in geography …

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University of Ljubljana

The University of Ljubljana, Slovenia’s oldest and largest university, founded in 1919, brings a wealth of expertise to the FLIARA Project. With over 40,000 students and 6,000 staff across 23 faculties and 3 art academies, the university contributes significantly to the project’s goals. Areas of Expertise The University of Ljubljana lends its knowledge in geography, …

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TU Delft

TU Delft, established in 1842, is the Netherlands’ oldest and largest public technical university. Located in Delft, it boasts eight faculties, numerous research institutes, and over 26,000 students. With a rich history, TU Delft began as a royal academy training civil servants for the Dutch East Indies. Over time, it evolved into a polytechnic school, …

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FLIARA Project Empowers Women’s Innovations in Agriculture at EU CAP Network Workshop

Krakow, Poland. The FLIARA Project made a significant impact at the EU CAP Network workshop titled ‘Women-led Innovations in Agriculture and Rural Areas,’ held from Wednesday, April 17, to Thursday, April 18, 2024. The workshop, dedicated to showcasing exemplary practices of women-led initiatives across EU rural areas, covered a spectrum of topics, including farming, forestry, …

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European Commission Adopts Report on EU’s Rural Vision Implementation

The European Commission has formally adopted its comprehensive report detailing the progress and achievements made in implementing the EU’s long-term vision for rural areas. This significant milestone, marked on March 27, 2024, underscores the EU’s commitment to fostering sustainable development and prosperity in rural communities. The report, a culmination of efforts since the Commission Communication …

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Breaking Barriers: Empowering Women in Agriculture and Rural Innovation

Innovation knows no bounds, yet for rural women pioneering change in agriculture, there are still barriers to overcome. The FLIARA Project stands at the forefront of this challenge, aiming to amplify the voices and impact of women-led innovations in farming and rural areas. However, progress is frequently hampered by entrenched hurdles in the political, sociological, economic, technological, and socio-cultural domains. Political Inertia: Political will is crucial for driving change, yet inertia …

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