Session 6 Developing skills for addressing the deep roots of migration in the Mediterranean: training youth, developing agriculture and creating opportunities for rural sustainable development Objective: To present and discuss concrete solutions and best practices in knowledge sharing, skill development and research in order to tackle the deep roots of migration in rural areas and coastal communities through better opportunities for rural populations based on agriculture and employment. Co-Chaired by Javier Sierra, Director, CIHEAM Zaragoza; Giuseppe Provenzano, UfM; Speakers: Sustainable Solutions to Rural Exodus Blanca Moreno-Dodson, Center for the Mediterranean Integration Árni M. Mathiesen, Assistant Director-General, FAO Fisheries Dept.
Majd Al Naber, Wana Institute, Jordan
HOMERe: a circular mobility for improving local employability of Youth Léo Vincent, HOMERe France; Massimo Guarascio, GAMeMichelangelo HOMERe, Italy
10.30-11.00 Coffee break
The Challenge of Organic Food Systems Linking Sustainable Production and Consumption in the Mediterranean
Objective: To provide scientific evidences and real-world examples about how the organic food system can contribute to the sustainability of food systems in the
Co-Chaired by Denis Lairon, Aix-Marseille University and OFSP; Flavio Paoletti, CREA-Research Centre for Food and Nutrition and OFSP.
Organic Food System Programme a Core initiative of United Nations One Planet network – background and how it could contribute to the revitalization of the Mediterranean Diet
Jostein Hertwig, Organic Food System Programme Oslo
Organic facts and figures on the Mediterranean
Patrizia Pugliese, Mediterranean Organic Agriculture Network, CIHEAM-Bari;
The Biodistricts as an example of local sustainable food systems Salvatore Basile, International Network of Eco-Regions (INNER)
The organic strategy in Tunisia- Approaches and plans for the creation of bioterritories
Samia Maamer, Ministère de l’Agriculture, des Ressources Hydrauliques et de la Péche, Tunis
SEKEM, a 40 years model for organic agriculture and sustainable development in Egypt
Jane G. Hanna, Heliopolis University for Sustainable Development Cairo.
Organic food consumption patterns: a link between sustainable food consumption and production. Data from the French Nutrinet-Santé cohort study.
Denis Lairon, Aix-Marseille University and OFSP, Marseille; Emmanuelle Kesse-Guyot, EREN-Paris 13, Bobigny.
13.00 – 14.30 Lunch
Side Event 2
Sicilia Sea Food and Sea Women
Co-Chaired by Dario Cartabellotta, Director-General Sicilian Agriculture Dept.; Concetta Bruno, President, Donne di Mare ETS
The Strategic Role of Women in the Strengthening the Mediterranean
Concetta Bruno, President, Donne di Mare ETS
Women in Support to the Enhancement of Unwanted Catches
Cinzia Suriano, Marine Biologist
Environmental disclosure as an awareness tool
Paola Gianguzza, University of Palermo
Innovation and Tradition: New Tourism Brand
Antonella Donato, manager
Women in the frontline to protect legality
Daniela Mainenti, giurista
Not only Food
Bonetta dell’Ogliom Chef
Pink Leadership for a new vision of the Planet Sea and Artisanal Fishing
Giusi Gerratana, Associazione Donne per la Pesca
16.30-17.00 Coffee brea
17.00 – 19.00
Side Event 3
Food Education and Training for a Healthier Future Coordinated by DASOE – Regional Health Department, Sicily