Eating City Summer Campus 2018

The 6th Villarceaux Declaration is now available!

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Eating City at Italian Senate

to present financial trends in school public food services

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Linking Producers & Consumers

Building innovative food systems and supply chains that can connect producers and consumers

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“Building innovative food systems and supply chains that can connect producers and consumers”

They were then asked to write together a Common Declaration to express their vision on Sustainable Food Systems by angling the text accordingly to the main thematic of the campus which this year was “Youths & Labor – how and why Food service should be a lever to create job opportunities for the young generation”

The 6th Villarceaux Declaration

The selection results for #EC_SC2018 are out! We invite all candidates to check their emails and, for those who have been selected, to please confirm their participation BEFORE Saturday 16th June

 

We are pleased to announce the 6th “Eating City Summer Campus”, inviting 28 participants aged 22-32 working & studying around food sustainability: Chefs, Gastronomists, Nutritionists, Food Procurement Officers – F&B Buyers, Farmers, Fishermen, Foodies, young professionals… at anyone work or studying around food issues – are invited to share this challenging adventure.

The Eating City Summer Campus experience brings together young people, researchers, senior professionals working in the public and private sectors, opinion and community leaders and builds participants’ capacity for learning and leading in the 21st century.

Click here for more information and to how to apply.

#EC_SC2018 – The 2018 Eating City Summer Campus Call is now open!

July 31st to August 8th 2018

They were then asked to write together a Common Declaration to express their vision on Sustainable Food Systems by angling the text accordingly to the main thematic of the campus which this year was “Youths & Labor – how and why Food service should be a lever to create job opportunities for the young generation”

The 6th Villarceaux Declaration

The selection results for #EC_SC2018 are out! We invite all candidates to check their emails and, for those who have been selected, to please confirm their participation BEFORE Saturday 16th June

 

We are pleased to announce the 6th “Eating City Summer Campus”, inviting 28 participants aged 22-32 working & studying around food sustainability: Chefs, Gastronomists, Nutritionists, Food Procurement Officers – F&B Buyers, Farmers, Fishermen, Foodies, young professionals… at anyone work or studying around food issues – are invited to share this challenging adventure.

The Eating City Summer Campus experience brings together young people, researchers, senior professionals working in the public and private sectors, opinion and community leaders and builds participants’ capacity for learning and leading in the 21st century.

Click here for more information and to how to apply.

#EC_SC2018 – The 2018 Eating City Summer Campus Call is now open!

July 31st to August 8th 2018

They were then asked to write together a Common Declaration to express their vision on Sustainable Food Systems by angling the text accordingly to the main thematic of the campus which this year was “Youths & Labor – how and why Food service should be a lever to create job opportunities for the young generation”

The 6th Villarceaux Declaration

The selection results for #EC_SC2018 are out! We invite all candidates to check their emails and, for those who have been selected, to please confirm their participation BEFORE Saturday 16th June

 

We are pleased to announce the 6th “Eating City Summer Campus”, inviting 28 participants aged 22-32 working & studying around food sustainability: Chefs, Gastronomists, Nutritionists, Food Procurement Officers – F&B Buyers, Farmers, Fishermen, Foodies, young professionals… at anyone work or studying around food issues – are invited to share this challenging adventure.

The Eating City Summer Campus experience brings together young people, researchers, senior professionals working in the public and private sectors, opinion and community leaders and builds participants’ capacity for learning and leading in the 21st century.

Click here for more information and to how to apply.

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