Angelica MarchettiAgroecologist – Agroecology Europe Youth Network
Ivana RadovićBalkan Seed Network
Ecological movement “Frame of life”
as a representative of the Balkan Seed Network
Lili BaloghPresident of Agroecology Europe & Hungarian Agroecology Network Association
Lili Balogh is a bioengineer and tropical agronomical engineer, involved in the international Food Sovereignty and Agroecology movement for the past decade. She has worked in several NGOs in order to promote agroecology and regenerative food systems in different parts of the world, and focused in the past 6 years on building the Hungarian Agroecology movement stronger. She became the president of Agroecology Europe Association and the Hungarian Agroecology Network Association in February 2022. She started her own farm in West Nógrád in 2018 where she started applying holistic management, regenerative agriculture, permacultural and agroecological principles.
Robyn MinogueSouthwest England Coordinator for the Seed Sovereignty Programme, The Gaia Foundation
Southwest England Coordinator for the Seed Sovereignty Programme, The Gaia Foundation
Sinéad FortuneManager, Seed Sovereignty Programme, The Gaia Foundation
Manager, Seed Sovereignty Programme, The Gaia Foundation
Building Self-Reliance into Network Structures
This workshop is part of of the 11th Let’s Liberate Diversity! Forum!
To register to the workshop you first need to be registered to the Forum –> Register HERE
Join us for an open discussion about the various approaches organisations in our networks take to support and develop their networks.
Led by the Agroecology Europe Youth Network, The Gaia Foundation’s Seed Sovereignty Programme UK & Ireland, and the Balkan Seed Network, this session is an opportunity for organisations that support networks of smaller groups to discuss structures that have worked – and possibly some that haven’t – in the aim to develop self-reliant, independent networks in the future.
We hope this will be a great opportunity for organisations across Europe that fulfil this role to share, collaborate, and learn from each other.
This workshop is ideal for people involved in movement-building, network support, and grower group development roles. We are keen to hear from as many groups as possible, so please come ready to discuss your experiences with the rest of the group.