Introducing EU4Advice

Main Objective

The main objective of EU4Advice project is to settle the foundations and structures required to ensure effective capacity building of SFSC actors through fluent knowledge transfer. Applying the principles of the interactive innovation model, EU4Advice project aims to boost the role of advisors as catalysers of the knowledge flow from research to practice, through the creation of an EU network of advisors with knowledge and expertise on SFSC issues, and the implementation of measures towards the effective integration of SFSC advisors into national AKIS.

EU4Advice Leaflet

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COREnet is the EU4Advice twin project.

Funded under topic HORIZON-CL6-2021-GOVERNANCE-01-27 – Developing EU advisory networks on
consumer-producer chains, both projects, covering 27 Member States, work in continuous coordination with the aim of contributing to a strong and effective EU SFSC ecosystem.

CoreNET proposes to respond to a fragmented knowledge landscape, coupled with a lack of clarity as
to essential skills and competencies in all phases from farm to fork. The project aims at supporting the systematic development of more effective Short Food Supply Chains advising, based on bringing together public, private and civic advisors through IT-enabled peer-to-peer learning and mutual support.

EU4Advice related projects

EU4Advice = AKIS + Multiactor Network

EU4Advice works to create a network of SFSC advisors,
policy-makers, researchers and farmers, working together towards the effective organizational set-up of the AKIS.

EU4Advice targets the most important goals from the Farm2Fork Strategy, as it is intended to promote more sustainable and empowering SFSC models, which constitute a promising and emerging sustainable alternative to globalized food systems, with strong potential to empower both producers and consumers while, at the same time, reducing the environmental footprint and enhancing the competitiveness of
the agri-food system.

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Market Day in a Flemish Town – Rijksmuseum, Netherlands – Public Domain.