Italian partners FVA - New Media Research and the University of Bologna will engage the Italian Community of Practice in a co-design workshop! This event will represent a concrete step towards the consolidation of the Italian CoP.

During the two-hour workshop, stakeholders of the Italian CoP will generate guidelines for the different educational levels, addressing regional needs and priorities with regard to bioeconomy education. A special focus will be dedicated to the contribution of artistic innovative formats to elicit systemic thinking, attract young generations to educational pathways and work careers in the bioeconomy, to also ensure the inclusion of disadvantaged and minority groups.

The organisers will make sure that the complexity of the Italian macro-region will be well-represented, thanks to the involvement of many stakeholders from different key regions that will be actively stimulated through online interactive tools and open debates.


Author: Selenia Marinelli, FVA – New Media Research