Access To Land

Land Strategies Webinar Series

We are happy to present our webinar series on Land Strategies in Europe! (2020)

Webinar "Launch of Your Land, My Land, Our Land", June 2020, on vimeo

This webinar series presents several perspectives on strategies for preserving farmland and supporting peasant agroecology in Europe, from the local to the European level. It results from the Erasmus + Partnership on Land Strategies, bringing together peasant farming (European Coordination Via Campesina, Eco Ruralis), organic farming (IFOAM EU), community-supported agriculture (Urgenci), community land initiatives (Terre de Liens and Real Farming Trust), and research and advocacy on natural resource politics (Transnational Institute).

This webinar series includes the following webinars:
- The presentation and launch of the Handbook Your Land, My Land, Our Land on 16 June 2020
- Local Land Mobilisations: from land struggles to the new role of communities, on 2 July 2020
- Access to Land for the Youth, on 16 July 2020
- A review of national land policies, date to be confirmed
- A transformative vision for Europe, date to be confirmed

View:
- View webinar 1 presenting the Handbook Your Land, My Land, Our Land (above)
- View webinar 2 on Local Land Actions (soon!)

Register
- Register here for webinar 2 on Local Land Actions: The Struggle for Land from the Ground Up! - 2nd July 2020, 2pm Brussels time
- Register here for webinar 3 on Access to Land for Young Farmers - 16th July, 2pm Brussels time

Feel free to view and share our webinars around you!

- Download the movie on vimeo (click on the video above) to share it or view it off-line.
- Share your thoughts on twitter: #accesstoland and #landstrategies
- Share on Facebook

Watch more videos in this section or on the vimeo channel of the Access to Land Network

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Webinar 1: Launch of Your Land, My Land, Our Land
"Presenting a new handbook on local land mobilisations"
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- Land Strategies Webinar Series


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