REGISTRATION FORM - 4th European Community Supported Agriculture meeting in Thessaloniki


On 9-11 November 2018 the European CSA movements will gather in Thessaloniki, Greece, for their 4th European Meeting. This event will be expanded to include the 7th International CSA Symposium and the second gathering of Mediterranean Local Solidarity Partnership for Agroecology (LSPAs) and CSA.
 
The CSA movement has come a long way. But much work still remains to be done and there are urgent questions within our countries and communities. Where does the power of CSA lie in supporting disintegrating societies? How can we build ever-greater mobilisation to realize the right to food and nutrition? What is the role of peasant agroecology in building local solidarity partnerships between producers and consumers?
 
We call on representatives of all CSA initiatives, regional and national networks and other related movements from around Europe to come together for this unique event! Please join our many partners from European networks, Mediterranean shores and international guests to share experiences, challenges and explore solutions to these questions.
 
If you wish to attend the meeting, please fill in the registration form before 30 April 2018.
  
Please bear in mind that, as for the previous meetings, we are seeking geographical and constituency balance (avoiding over- and under- representation of any country), and making sure farmers are well represented. We also aim for gender balance. There might therefore be a delegation selection process at national level if required
 
Note: please don’t book your tickets yet. There will also be pre-meeting events on the 7-8 November for those who are part of Erasmus+ projects, or the Urgenci International Committee. So please do  wait until your registration has been confirmed.  
 
Important Notice :
Please note that all information provided via this questionnaire will remain strictly confidential: your contact details might be used for further research within Urgenci but will never be made public or used for any other purpose.
 
Should you have any difficulties, please contact us at contact@urgenci.net.

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