Join ECVC farmers, researchers, policy makers and MEPs to discuss the working and learning conditions of young agricultural workers, as analysed in the report written by Priscilla Claeys and Barbara Van Dyck Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience, CAWR, Coventry University, and published by the ECVC Youth Articulation.
Navigating Dreams & Precarity: Working and Learning Conditions of Young Agricultural Workers, Interns and Volunteers Across Europe looks at a wide range of issues including working hours, fees, contracts, negotiation power, food and housing, and gender discrimination, including with regard to intersectionality. Issues such as finding a farm that is best suited for learning, difficulties and dreams for the future are also assessed.
This webinar will see young farmers, agricultural workers and researchers meet other key stakeholders to share their experiences and findings on how we can encourage generational renewal in European agriculture and ensure the future of farming and our food supply chains.
Speakers include Hattie Hammans (ECVC), Barbara van Dyck et Priscilla Claeys (CAWR), Maria Gafo Gomez-Zamalloa (DG AGRI), Isabel Carvalhais (MEP, S&D), and Arnd Spahn (EFFAT). Download the agenda and register for the event in the sidebar.
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