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Marta Arosio

Marta Arosio, Italian from Monza, Master in Development and International Relations with a special focus on Latin American Studies at the University of Aalborg, Denmark. She worked as a joint researcher for the Latin American Center for Rural Development - Rimisp, for the Territorial Development with Cultural Identity (TD-CI) Program. Currently, she is working for Slow Food International for the Latin American and Caribbean Area.  

  • Strategies of higher education "territorialization" in Latin America and the Caribbean

    Submitted by MARTA AROSIO on 01/07/2018 on BIOCULTURAL DIVERSITY

    Full article published on the FAO Smart Territories Platform.

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  • "Regionalization" of the education to enhance access to opportunities in rural areas

    Submitted by MARTA AROSIO on 26/04/2018 on BIOCULTURAL DIVERSITY

    To know more access the spanish article.

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  • Small-scale farmers, local markets and public buying for food security and rural development in Bolivia

    Submitted by MARTA AROSIO on 17/05/2014 on SUSTAINABLE AGRIFOOD SYSTEMS

    The Rural Territorial Development with Cultural Identity (RTD-CI) Regional Program of RIMISP - Latin American Center for Rural Development, within the framework of the Bolivian Movement for Gastronomic Integration (MIGA), is running from September 2013 Territorial Laboratories (LABTERS) having as main objective the Regional Strengthening of MIGA, mobilizing all the actors involved in gastronomy, agrifood production and tourism sector, seeking the creation of partnerships between the public and private sector around the MIGA Principles.

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