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Valentina Carta

Valentina Carta is Technologist at Council for Agricultural Research and Economics – Research Centre for Agricultural Policies and Bioeconomy (CREA-PB) with more than ten years of experience in the field of programming, monitoring and evaluation of European and national policies. Her main domain is rural development policy with a focus on agricultural knowledge and innovation systems, farm advisory services and …

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Inge Van Oost

Inge Van Oost is policy officer at the European Commission, Directorate General Agriculture and Rural Development (DG AGRI). She has been setting-up and supporting the implementation of the European Innovation Partnership “Agricultural Productivity and Sustainability” (EIP-AGRI), with responsibilities for the rural development programmes including strengthening linkages between research policy and rural development policy. As member …

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Ethan Cleary

Ethan comes from a 5th generation arable farm and is passionate about connecting agriculture with technology that benefits farmers. For the last 20 years he has worked as a developer, designer, program manager, researcher, technology consultant and policy strategist across a range of industries including large multinationals, public sector to early stage start-ups.  He is …

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Lara Rodríguez

South Europe Innovation Project ManagerEuropean Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) Food, Spain.

FLIARA Kick-off meeting marks the beginning of the project

The European ‘Female-led innovation in Agriculture and Rural Areas’ (FLIARA) project celebrated its official kick-off meeting on 26th and 27th January 2023 in Brussels, bringing together, for the first time, project partners, Advisory Board members, and EU officers. Funded by the European Commission’s Horizon Europe programme (Grant Agreement No 101084234), the FLIARA project involves fifteen …

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University of Galway to lead European project on enhancing women’s role in agriculture

FLIARA – Female Led Innovation in Agriculture and Rural Areas New initiatives, such as FLIARA, have initiated within the new year. The Horizon Europe project, which stands for Female-Led Innovation in Agriculture and Rural Areas proposes a unique and innovative approach to improve understanding, awareness and recognition of women’s role in a more sustainable rural future. As …

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