IHF hosted the meeting of the FASST Project on social farming, co-funded by Erasmus Plus, the EU Programme for Education and Training.
Representatives of the 9 international partners met in Brussels to advance project implementation and agree on a set of innovative training courses to promote social farming in Europe. Partners identified 10 training topics in a wide range of areas such as management, communication and financing for social farming organisations.
The project now enters the production phase: in Intellectual Output 3 partners will develop the content for the training that will be also available online for free in multilingual versions through the FASST Open Educational Resource platform www.fasstproject.eu.
IHF asbl was established in Brussels in 2003 and acts as a platform to exchange and share ideas and knowledge on the process of EU integration. In FASST, IHF will carry out the analysis on Social Farming as a mean for social inclusion and economic empowerment at EU level; IHF will also be responsible of dissemination and exploitation activities at EU level.
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