Fjölþjóðleg Erasmus+ vinnustofa um landbúnaðarvistfræði haldin í Rambouillet, Frakklandi, 12.-14. apríl 2023

Umsóknarfrestur til og með 15. janúar 2023

 

Heiti ráðstefnu: Agroecology, technical and educational approach

Fyrir: Einstaklinga sem stunda kennslu, rannsóknir eða vinnu að einhverju leyti með landbúnaðarvistfræði á háskólastigi eða í starfsmenntun.

Tungumál: enska

Hvar: Rambouillet í Frakklandi

Hvenær: 12.-14. apríl 2023

Umsóknarfrestur: Til og með 15. janúar 2023

Þau sem vilja sækja um senda tölvupóst til solveig@rannis.is þar sem fram kemur

1. Nafn umsækjanda

2. Nafn skóla

3. Staða

4. Einnig skal gera stuttlega grein fyrir hvers vegna viðkomandi hefur áhuga á að taka þátt

Fjöldi þátttakenda frá Íslandi: 2

Þetta er þriggja daga vinnustofa þar sem þátttakendur eiga það sameiginlegt að vinna með landbúnaðarvistfræði hjá sínum skóla. Þátttakendur verða um 35 talsins frá 10-15 löndum. Vinnustofan verður haldin á býlinu Bergerie nationale de Rambouillet og þátttakendur munu einnig gista á stúdentagörðunum þar. Nánar má lesa um býlið hér fyrir neðan.

Landsskrifstofa Erasmus+ greiðir fyrir þátttöku og gistinætur á meðan ráðstefnunni stendur. Landskrifstofan veitir að auki 90% styrk vegna ferðakostnaðar, en í því felast allar ferðir til og frá flugvöllum, sem og auka gistinætur sem þátttakendur þurfa hugsanlega að taka vegna fjarlægðar sinnar frá fundarstað, bæði innanlands og utan.

OJECTIVES & PRIORITIES:

The thematic and study seminar will be structured around several axes/priorities:

  • Discovering feedback on agroecology: different European projects, different educational methods;

  • Get inspired and share among Europeans: different perceptions, current situations and experiences of each;

  • To question how to implement agroecology in Erasmus+ projects;

  • to meet potential and future partners: create links, network and set up Erasmus+ projects.

This thematic seminar, enriched by visits of the Bergerie Nationale farm will allow for a more in-depth study of the theme, the exchange of good practices between all the European participants, and networking in order to stimulate the potential implementation of E+ projects following the seminar.

With the support of exchanges between the participants and the interventions of various experts, the workshop of the 3rd day will allow to question/respond the way of integrating agroecology in Erasmus+ projects.

Example of the sustainable development concept implemented for almost 30 years by the zootechnical teaching centre - Bergerie nationale in Rambouillet (France)

Links to discover:

Created in 1786 by the King of France, the "Bergerie Nationale de Rambouillet" aimed to improve wool production and agriculture in the country. It welcomed the first specimens of mixed Spanish sheep flocks which, in the 19th century, gave rise to the Rambouillet Merino breed.

CONTEXT:

Agroecology is an environmentally friendly form of agriculture that seeks to improve biomass renewal, ensure favourable soil conditions for plant growth and make the most of biological interactions using ecological processes. It promotes a more self-sufficient, local and profitable agriculture. It is within this framework that the CEZ Bergerie Nationale is seeking to develop a coherent production system for its farm, based on the complementarity between crops and livestock, strengthening its autonomy and promoting short circuits.

Since 1994, the CEZ-Bergerie nationale has been a pioneer in raising awareness of the concept of sustainable development and its inclusion in agricultural education programmes.
It is therefore quite natural that it turned to agro-ecology in 2011, even before it was at the centre of the Ministry of Agriculture's policy, and then made it the main orientation of its school project. While the farm has since converted entirely to organic farming, all sectors of the school are concerned with these issues:

  • Producing differently;

  • Eating differently;

  • Teaching to produce differently;

  • Living differently in the territories.

The CEZ-Bergerie Nationale is part of the national support system of the Ministry of Agriculture and Food Sovereignty for technical agricultural education. It participates in teacher training and produces educational tools as part of the "Teaching to produce differently" plan, thus accompanying agricultural schools in the agro-ecological transition.

Agroecology has developed as an (inter)discipline combining ecology and agronomic sciences, addressing issues of production, biodiversity conservation and landscape ecology, while respecting natural balances and ecosystems.

Fyrirspurnum svarar Sólveig Sigurðardóttir: solveig@rannis.is








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