SIETE Agromarketing has just launched the video about the 1st National Business Forum Agro 'Mujeres Agroprofesionales. For Equal Opportunities', held on June 7th in Seville. An audiovisual summary that shows the most important moments of an event, which had an excellent reception of public and a great repercussion in RR.SS., becoming trending topic in the city of Seville and number 51 in the whole country.
The importance of achieving a greater share of representativeness and protagonism is evidenced as the main challenge that still has to face the woman within the agri-food sector. A collective that constitutes a fundamental pillar for the development and future of the agri-food activity, as it has been revealed in the 1st National Business Forum Agro Women Agroprofessional. For Equal Opportunities'. This event has been organized by SIETE Agromarketing and e-Commerce Agrario on June 7th with the institutional collaboration of the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Rural Development (CAPDER) of the Regional Government of Andalusia , The Andalusian Institute for Women, as well as the Caja Rural del Sur Foundation.
Visit the website of the First National Agro Business Forum for 'Agroprofessional Women, for Equal Opportunities', which will take place on June 7th, at the Assembly Hall of the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Rural Development (CAPDER) of the Andalusian Government, in Seville. In it you can count on detailed and last minute information on everything related to this pioneering initiative, organized by SIETE Agromarketing and e-Commerce Agrarian (ECA), with the collaboration of CAPDER, the Andalusian Institute of Women and the Caja Foundation Rural del Sur, among other entities and companies representing the agro-food sector. Profiles and news related to the speakers in this forum, collaborating companies, program, contact information to register, latest news, and everything you need so you do not miss anything about this event ... You can also be informed in real time on hashtag # WomanAGRO
The Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Rural Development of the Andalusian Government, Carmen Ortiz, has announced that her department will follow up on the first 'Equality Plan for Women and Men in Andalusia Horizon 2020', to know the impact of the measures contemplated in this document, conceived as "a living instrument with an open format of continuous revision". Ortiz explained that soon a commission will be set up to carry out this work and that in 2018 an interim report will be carried out in order to "test the results and effectiveness of the actions" implemented so far by the CAPDER.
Do not miss the opportunity to join the First National Business Forum Agro 'Agroprofesional Women. For Equal Opportunities, to be held next June 7th in Seville, organized by SIETE Agromarketing and e-Comercio Agrario (ECA). Its objective is to create a space for debate where women and men can give visibility to the work developed by women. In this way, more than 200 participants, among executives, professionals, and entrepreneurs of the entire agro-food chain, will share an intense day of conversations, experiences, motivations and aspirations, with the sole purpose of promoting a space for dialogue and networking, Talks, dynamic and innovative gatherings and interviews 'tu a tu'. Women's leadership as a tool for equal opportunities and representation in the agro-food sector, entrepreneurship and innovation will be the axes around which this meeting will take place.
The Federation of Rural Women's Associations (FADEMUR) has been promoting the reduction of the carbon footprint in food, through the program "Redmur: Network of entrepreneurship and socio-labor insertion for the diversification of sustainable activities in the rural environment", in Which involved artisans and entrepreneurs from Galicia, Extremadura, Castilla y León, Castilla-La Mancha, Madrid and the Valencian Community. A work that has materialized in the realization of the detailed study of carbon footprint of sugarless and ecological chestnut jam, one of the star products of the artisan company Caurelor, based in Quiroga (Lugo).
The Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, Food and Environment (MAPAMA) has linked the growth of the number of farms shared ownership with the implementation of Law 35/2011, which regulates everything concerning this regime in the sector agrarian. This was evidenced during the meeting recently held by the general director of Rural Development and Forest Policy MAPAMA, Esperanza Orellana, with associations of rural women, agricultural professional organizations and Agro-food Cooperatives, to analyze the development of the Law of shared ownership and the actions related to the process of discharging the agricultural holdings in the mentioned regime.
Women's associations and Rural Development Groups in Jaén, Málaga and Córdoba seek to give greater visibility to the role of women in the agro-food and fisheries sector through their participation in the XVIII International Fair of Olive Oil and Related Industries, Expoliva . This is the first time that this type of initiative is launched in a sector as masculinizado as it is still the agrarian.
Coinciding with the commemoration of Women's Day, in ECA we want to claim the role and contribution of rural women professionals through this interview with Jerónima Bonafé, Secretary of the Governing Council of Agro-food Cooperatives of Spain, and President of Agro Cooperatives Of the Balearic Islands. With her, a clear example of a woman with a voice and a capacity for decision, in an environment where male leadership still prevails, we talk about issues such as the still low visibility of women in the governing bodies of cooperatives and organizations in the agricultural sector and, both, the need to continue working for a greater role of rural women.
Minister of Agriculture, Food and Environment, Isabel García Tejerina, and the Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development of the European Union, Phil Hogan, have delivered at the headquarters of the Ministry, the Awards of Excellence for Innovation for Rural Women 2016 . in this seventh edition, the awards have been granted to eight women's projects in Andalusia, Asturias, Cantabria, Castilla - La Mancha, Castilla y Leon, Navarra and Valencia.
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