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Pictures from F Barataud's secondment in Bari

Secondment and Action-learning programme: a win-win combination

This post focuses on part of Fabienne Barataud’s (INRAE) secondment (May-June 2022) who helped contributing to an action-learning module for the...
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The metropolitan capitals of the states of Rio de Janeiro and Rio Grande do Sul are both strongly linked to neighbour hills and mountain regions that...
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Brazil-France roundtable February 2022

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The online event "Agroecology and public action in the territories: Brazil-France roundtable " was organised by ATTER’s Brazilian partners along...
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First ATTER Annual Meeting

Last September, ATTER’s first Annual Meeting was organised in Southern Ardèche, France.
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ATTER at the Agroecology Europe Forum 2021

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A multi-actors forum in Ardeche

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Cross-fertilisation workshop Alto Salento

First cross-fertilisation workshop putting in regard the Ardèche Case study with the Gal Salento one

The first secondments have started in June 2021.
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