Dissemination

The objectives of this WP is:

best utilize and disseminate the results and outcomes of the project and consequently create awareness and understanding between scientists and practitioners on the outcomes of the project, and to ensure a prompt translation of the findings into consumers’ awareness, producers’ strategies and policy measures.

External experts The Glamur Consortium is backed by comments and advice provided by a pool of external experts.

GLAMUR Final Conference

Glamur Final Conference
Final Conference Programme – Event Registration CLOSED
Proceedings of the final conference – see below


A visual facilitation animated the final conference:
the following drawings capture the essence of what has been discussed

Visual Reporting 01

Visual Reporting 01


Visual Reporting 02

Visual Reporting 02


Visual Reporting 03

Visual Reporting 03


Visual Reporting 04

Visual Reporting 04


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Newsletter 1: (Open in NewTab/Windows)Glamur Newsletter 01 The first Glamur newsletter was launched at the end of October 2013 and provided a synthetic description of the project. It introduced the consortium and the Editorial Committee, and announced the following meeting of the project partners to be held in Rome. Readers were invited to share their views on the project website.

 

Glamur newsletter 02Newsletter 2: (Open in NewTab/Windows) The second newsletter, followed the Rome Glamur/Expert Forum meeting, and highlighted the key issues discussed during the Italian gathering as well as some of the key results achieved by then, in particular the national and comparative reports further to displaying the policy analysis document.

 

Newsletter 3: (Open in NewTab/Windows)Glamur Newsletter 03 The third newsletter, followed the Belgrade Glamur/Expert Forum meeting, held in November 2014, and mainly focused on value chains comparative assessments and on the key issues discussed with the Experts.
The Initial Dissemination Plan (IDP) is intended to bringing Glamur cross-discipline research foreground to the attention of as many relevant people as possible. The IDP will eventually contribute to the project final objective and so present the needed and improved knowledge of performance of the different food chain configuration to improve decision making with sustainability criteria at any level, from daily consumption to regulation.

Newsletter 4: (Open in NewTab/Windows) The fouth newsletter: Glamur Experts met on the 4th of June in Montpellier for their third gathering with the project partners. The meeting had many aims: to discuss the comparative analysis draft report; to identify main messages of the project and to foresee societal and scientific impact of the project.

 

Newsletter 5: (Open in NewTab/Windows) The fifth newsletter: The EXPO 2015 “Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life” is the major annual global event on food & agriculture. Milan, Italy, is hosting the Universal Exhibition from May 1 to 31st October 2015 and, over this six-month period, more than 140 participating countries, the private sector and civil society organisations present their approaches to food and value chains.

Newsletter 6: (Open in NewTab/Windows) The sixth newsletter: The policy implications of GLAMUR’s findings, integrating indications arising from previous GLAMUR research activities, are captured by the Policy Recommendations and Policy Implementation Roadmap Report.

 

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The Interim Dissemination Plan

The Interim Dissemination Plan (InDP) aims to update on progress made in disseminating Glamur contents and tools. It also provides partners the opportunity to enhance their outcomes and to further plan future communication steps.

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Proceedings of the final conference

On 22 nd January 2016 GLAMUR organised the conference “Local and Global food chains: the quest for sustainability” to present the findings and main considerations arising from its three-year project.
Over the course of its studies, GLAMUR has analysed the economic, environmental, social, health and ethical aspects of the food system, developing a method to assess different food value chains and their sustainability performance.

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