The objective of the Autumn School “Social Innovation in and for Sustainable Food Provision” is to advance scientific knowledge of PhD students in rural sociology and related disciplines (e.g. agriculture and food studies, nutrition and public health) about the role social innovation plays in contemporary food provision. The Autumn School will look into conditions, frameworks and mechanisms of social innovation as well as its outcomes and effects on our food systems.
The Autumn School is organised by the Baltic Studies Centre (BSC) with support of ESRS and University of Latvia and in conjunction with another scientific event – the 3rd SISA (Systems Innovation for Sustainable Agriculture) Workshop, which will enhance opportunities for scientific interaction.
Abstracts have to be sent to: email@example.com by the 20th of September. The Scientific committee will select and inform the candidates by the 1st of October. Candidates who are selected will have to send their full paper (3-4 thousand words) by the 25th of October.