Over the course of the next few months, FIT4FOOD2030 will host four webinars aiming to advocate for responsible research and innovation (RRI) and system thinking for food system transformation. The four webinars will explore various aspects of RRI and systems thinking at different levels of the food system, while drawing upon the FIT4FOOD2030 project outputs and learnings.
The JPI HDHL is a partner in the Fit4Food2030 consortium. The vision of the JPI HDHL , is also an important pillar of Fit3Food2030 and states that by 2030 all citizens will have the motivation, ability and opportunity to consume a healthy diet from a variety of foods, have healthy levels of physical activity and that the incidence of diet-related diseases will have decreased significantly.
The webinars of this series will address the following topics:
- Webinar 1: RRI in the food system (March 10, 2020, 11:00-12:00, CET time)
- Webinar 2: RRI in policy making for future-proof food systems (April 2020, TBC)
- Webinar 3: Cities as change agents: building competences for future food systems (May 2020, TBC)
- Webinar 4: Engaging with stakeholders: learnings from FIT4FOOD2030 (June 2020, TBC)
Webinar 1: Responsible research and innovation in the food system
The first webinar, on RRI in the food system will host three high-level speakers, who will talk about the following topics:
Dr. Kelly Parsons - "The European food system"
Dr. Karen Fabbri - "FOOD 2030: a research and innovation response to the food system challenges"
Prof. dr. Jacqueline Broerse - "FIT4FOOD2030 as case study; RRI and the systems approach for future-proofing food systems"
For additional information about the webinars, or to register go to the website
Not able to join? No worries, the entire webinar will be recorded and posted on the registration page, for you to watch in your free time.