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The importance of citizen’s engagement in regenerative local food projects

If food is purely dealt with as a consumable we grow apathy and irresponsibility towards our health and our environment. We leave the responsibility to commercial institutions that industrialized food at the expense of our planet. During the online FRE2SH and OSFD Odyssey we open the dialogue about citizen’s engagement into regenerative food initiatives, not just commercially but also as a shared responsibility. Join us on Thursday January 26th at 16.00 CET via zoom. Please register here.

Our FRE2SH network for regenerative food initiatives has now its own website and blog.

Within Sustainocracy we share our sustainable existence by attending a set of essential values. These values cannot be seen as commodities, they are too important for that. They necessarily have to be addressed at the level of responsibility, engagement, awareness and commitment, with respectful collaboration with our natural environment. For over a decade now we experimented with our food community in Eindhoven (Netherlands). The covid period of lockdowns got us to reach out internationally to see what was happening in the rest of the world. We came across beautiful projects, initiatives, insights, etc. Together with the Online School of Food Design we decided to create a training environment for all people who wished to become active in this field.

The FRE2SH site: https://fre2sh.blog/

As we built up our network and got acquainted with the expertise that we could share with the world the FRE2SH developed into a community platform in which the training was embedded but also Masterclasses for regional development, field visits, open dialogues among the members, a video sharing environment, etc. The first website is just a start. Even the logo has been modernized. Enjoy the inspiration and feel free to share it among your own network. Hopefully FRE2SH develops into a mainstream movement, a real time economy according the principles of 4 x WIN and Sustainocracy and the environment for Health Valley┬┤s to deploy across the world.

Social media, the risks and benefits for young people

Our STIR consortium gained support from the Erasmus+ European subsidy platform to develop a guideline for proper use of social media by young people. It is being co-created by the young people themselves, youth workers and other professionals from various countries. The project relates to the core human values of Sustainocracy from a health and safety point of view, and also developing awareness and our shared responsibility to care for each other, especially our youngest and up-growing generations for the risks and opportunities of such media.

Soon we will issue a survey among our young generations to respond about their use of and experiences with social media. We engage with youth workers, schools and communities that wish to participate in the project, which runs for the major part of 2023 for its development and . Just contact us if interested through jp@stadvanmorgen.com.