SAGA helps to improve “empty Europe”
SAGA aims to contribute to reducing inequalities, ensure economic recovery and inclusive and sustainable long-term growth through a co-creation and collaborative focus, engaging all relevant stakeholders, develop and validate a training programme for populations living in “empty Europe”, but who at the same time have a rich culinary heritage and/or food production.
At the request of NYERŐMAGYAROK.EU, STRIA South Transdanubian Regional Innovation Agency Nonprofit Ltd., as coordinator, gave an interview about the SAGA project: What does the term “Empty Europe” mean? The trend of rural depopulation is typical of many European countries and regions. These areas face significant demographic and economic challenges, exacerbated by the low qualityBővebben: “We gave an interview about the SAGA project”
SAGA Social And GAstronomic entreprenuership in empty Europe is started on 1st October 2020.
On 11th November 2020 the online Kick-off meeting of the SAGA project was organized. The partners introduced their organizations to each other and the planned activities of the next few months were discussed. Due to the virus situation caused by COVID-19, the project partners were unfortunately not able to meet in person during the Kick-offBővebben: “SAGA Kick-off meeting”
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