Local Development in European Marginal Areas
RECITE II PROJECT - Learning Sustainability in Alentejo, Portugal, in Lapland, Finland and in Trentino, Italy, through Transnational Cooperation
recite - filosofia - educazione permanen
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The actions of Recite II “Learning Sustainability” in Trentino - Italy
portogallo - relazione ing turismo natur
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The "Magic Tourism": a bridge between ancient identities and new development models
EU PROJECT: European Network of Village Tourism - full paper
rete villaggi - turismo magico - ing.pdf
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The "magic Tourism": a bridge between ancient identities and new development models
EU PROJECT: European Network of Village Tourism - presentation
rete villaggi - turismo magico - inglese
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Cimego, village of steel and heretics: a project of sustainable development in Italian Alps
In the village of Cimego a project of sustanable development using culture as a tool of economic growth has been able to stop depopulation and to begin a new life for its inhabitants.
Cimego Inglese.pdf
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The silent ethnicide. The demise of the rural Italian economy - Published in Forum - Society for International Development
Over the last two decades, Italy has gradually shifted from being one of the top agricultural producers and exporter country of high quality refined/processed products to losing its food self-sufficiency and becoming food importer.
Italian farmers are struggling to stay afloat. Many of them have reinvented themselves as hoteliers and restauranteurs in order to earn incomes that would allow them to keep their farm enterprises (constantly running at a loss) going. This has meant engaging in the management of rural guest houses or farm hotels, which has imposed on them the acquisition of new competences and professional skills that are not easy to access.
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A journey into the bio-agriculture and in the life of the last of the artisans Some crafts are getting lost; some keep up the tradition. Daniela Oancea; Stefano Bisi. Tutor: Michela Zucca
This is a EU project where I was the tutor of two young journalists, who made a joint field work in Italy and Romania. The outputs are these interviews, showing there are different way to survive in the so called marginal areas.....
Our goal, as journalists, was to discover craftsmen who produce handmade items at a very small-scale, with very little technological help. We wanted to gather information about the ways these artisans manage to survive in the industrial times and the way they pass their knowledge down from generation to generation. The project in Romania focused more on small artisans and workmen. We visited local markets, but also villages or cities from different regions in Romania, like Brașov, Sibiu, Horezu and Brașov/Sighisoara. The other half of the project took us to Italy. The journalistic project in Italy is focused more on biological and social agriculture in the a sense of community, also on old artisan traditions and new ways of being an artisan.
eu project - craftsmen.docx
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