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Be part of CSA!
December 16, 2016
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Be part of a CSA booklet

The “Be part of CSA!” project – a European Participatory Training Programme for Community Supported Agriculture – has been designed to spread widely CSA initiatives by providing knowledge, skills and competences to local communities in Hungary, Czech Republic and Romania, and disseminates its outcomes at the European level.  The Booklet is here to introduce the fundamentals; the Trainers’ Guide is intended as supplementing material for trainers, multipliers and facilitators to organise the agenda of each training session, providing them with educational materials and training techniques not always directly connected to CSA, but that partners thought relevant to the project.

More info and download the guide (in English) here.

Challenging the Crisis: A Guide to Social and Solidarity Economy
December 15, 2015
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A new guide (download in pdf) to SSE from the “Challenging the Crisis: promoting citizens’ engagement in a time of uncertainty” EU project led by IDEA, in Ireland, with partners in 5 other European countries: Portugal, Italy, Slovenia, Spain and Greece.

The Project Partners have facilitated the creation of a network of Young Global Advocates (YGAs) across the 6 countries, using Development Education to build critical awareness, enabling them to see the unfolding European debt crises in a global, interdependent context. The YGAs, with the support of the partners, have launched a pan-European campaign to raise awareness of Social and Solidarity Economy, promoting it on the political and economic agenda of the European Union and national policy-makers. The campaign focus was decided at a global forum held between the 6 countries involved in Brussels in July 2014, where almost 60 YGAs jointly agreed on Social and Solidarity Economy as a topic that could play a key role in tackling inequality and promoting global justice. The aim of the campaign is to show Europeans the value of responding to the current financial crisis collectively, re-engaging them with the idea of a common European community acting in solidarity with people globally to overcome the challenges we are presently facing.

For more information see: www.challengingthecrisis.com

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