Slow Food International Association is a global, grassroots organization, based in Bra (Italy), which counts with 100.000 members and one million of supporters in 160 countries around the world. Slow Food acts as an umbrella organization for its local groups (“convivia”) that work to promote a new food system that changes the food production and consumption relations in both global North and global South. Slow Food pursues cultural, environmental and social goals built around the right to food, food sovereing and biodiversity protection. The two local manifestations studies are placed in Spain and Germany.
The Spanish case-study is the Convivium “Slow Food Araba-Vitoria” (Vitoria-Gasteiz, Basque Country).
The German Case-study is the slow food convivium Freiburg/Südbaden (Freiburg, State of Baden-Württemberg).
Relevance for TRANSIT
Slow Food is a International association founded to counter the rise of fast food and fast life. Slow Food demands a shift of paradigm towards a new food system, based on the defense of biodiversity, respect for local cultures and community empowerment. Slow Food envisions a world in which all people can access and enjoy quality food produced in a sustainable and fair way.
Social Innovation Initiatives in the Critical Turning Points-database
Social Innovation Initiatives studied in-depth
Dumitru, A.; Lema-Blanco, I.; Kunze, I.; and García-Mira, R. (2016) Transformative social innovation : Slow Food Movement : a summary of the case study report on the Slow Food Movement. TRANSIT: EU SSH.2013.3.2-1 Grant agreement no: 613169
Dumitru, A.; Lema-Blanco, I.; Kunze, I. and García-Mira, R. (2016) Slow food movement. Case-study report. TRANSIT: EU SSH.2013.3.2-1 Grant agreement no: 613169.
Dumitru, A., Lema-Blanco, I., Kunze, I. and García-Mira, R. (2016) Innovación social transformadora : el movimiento Slow Food : un resumen del estudio de caso sobre el movimiento Slow Food, TRANSIT: EU SSH.2013.3.2-1 Grant agreement no: 613169.
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