1st Year Highlights
FEAST is not just about accomplishments; it’s about making a meaningful impact. As we marked our 1-year anniversary, its only wise to share this impactful journey with you. This brochure encapsulates FEAST’s initiatives, achievements, and collaborations in the past year. From groundbreaking initiatives at our Living Labs to impactful collaborations, our journey has been nothing short of extraordinary. Download the brochure to explore our first-year highlights, and join us in celebrating a year of achievements and possibilities by spreading the word!
Guidance on Stakeholder mapping
Milestone document M7.1 - Guidance on Stakeholder mapping. A toolbox to tackle frames hindering the transition to healthier and more sustainable food systems. Food systems are extremely complex, and it is too often neglected that topics and concepts involved may not be conceived in the same way by all actors involved. Different stakeholders frame differently even the most fundamental concepts – e.g., sustainability, food security, health, etc. – and these differences may slow down policy implementation and may impede policy formulation. https://www.zenodo.org/record/8272810
IPVC Learning Service Project – conference poster
This project was presented in a poster the NetworkNature annual meeting 2023 conference in Brussels and also at the CLEVER Cities conference in Hamburg. Social and Therapeutic Gardens developed at IPVC Inclusive School project improved relevant social-emotional, cognitive, and behavioral skills, and thus increase interest in healthy eating and sustainable consumption.
Data Management Plan
“Good data management and stewardship is not a goal in itself, but rather a pre-condition supporting knowledge discovery and innovation”. The structure of the FEAST DMP follows the structure of the template provided by the EU for Horizon Europe projects. This document is the first version of the FEAST DMP; the DMP will be continuously updated during the course of the project.
Efficient and effective Dissemination, Exploitation, and Communication (DEC) will be essential in helping to achieve FEAST’s strategic objectives. The DEC activities will be developed leveraging the full spectrum of knowledge and skills inherent within the FEAST consortium, including partners’ knowledge on cultural differences and norms for European citizens and especially vulnerable groups.
The FEAST one-pager is a poster that summarises the most important facts of the project.
Due to its small format DIN A3, it is easy to produce and can be used with great flexibility even in confined spaces.
FEAST Design Guidelines
The Design Guidelines (DG) manual summarises the components of the FEAST visual identity.
FEAST Logo package
This zip contains the FEAST logo as png, jpg, and svg files.
FEAST map overview
The FEAST map shows the locations of our living labs and associated sites in the respective food regions in Europe.
FEAST stakeholder overview
This infographic gives an overview of FEAST activities at the micro, meso, and macro levels and how to address the stakeholders.
Transitions to food democracy through multilevel governance
Food systems in Europe are largely unjust and not sustainable. Despite substantial negative consequences for individual health, the environment and public sector health and care services, large multi-national corporations continue to benefit from the way food systems are designed—perpetuating “Lose–Lose–Lose–Win” ... https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fsufs.2022.1039127/full