Research Centre Silvia Santagata takes part in the 4th Edition of the “International Forum Origin, Diversity and Territories” that takes place in Turin from September 20 to 22, 2016. This year it’s dedicated to the topic of “Innovation in the Territory and Resilience in Food Systems” through the organization of a workshop on “Innovative practices in rural areas development: the role of UNESCO designated sites and territories”.
This meeting aims to reflect on all issues related to rural development, territorial resilience and green economy, with special attention reserved to the Sustainable Development Goals outlined by the United Nations. It is attended by experts from CSS-EBLA, UNESCO and from Piedmont Region.

Among the partners that support this forum there are also FAO, UNIDO and Slow Food.

The completed concept note of the workshop can be downloaded here