Which session at Philea Forum 2022 would you most like to read about?

 

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As we approach Philea Forum 2022, Alliance is assembling a team of bloggers to report from the event. We hope to be able to share the topics and themes from the conference with those who are unable to attend — and hear comments from those who are.

The Forum will be the first to be organised as a ‘converged’ event, involving foundations and national associations alike. Furthermore, as 2022 marks the European Year of Youth, the Forum will engage participants in a conversation around three overlapping strands, while ensuring the voice of and focus on young people remains a constant throughout: One planet, One health United in Diversity Culture & Creativity.

We would love to hear which conference sessions you would be most interested in reading about. Please cast your vote below. One of our team will attend the session with the most votes and a full report will be published here on the Latest from Alliance.


Comments (4)

Ira Bergmann

Food systems are not equitable and not sustainable. This forum is highly relevant. I am looking forward to the session.


Lisa Maria Klaus

The panel addresses challenges that are relevant to our future and that must be addressed urgently by all stakeholders. Looking forward to this session.


Heather Hamilton

I'm excited to see the new report on Child and Youth Participation from Philea - we've been coordinating with them as we also are developing a practical toolkit for funders on the issue that will be out around the same time!


Gisela Keller

The transformation of food systems and agriculture is absolutely critical also from a climate change angle. I'm looking forward to the session!


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