Rural areas are subjected to different economic and political pressures which are causing a major depopulation, accentuated by the lack of opportunities and services. New projects and networks from agro-ecological approaches linked to territory are emerging as transformative and supportive responses, promoting food sovereignty, preservation and revitalization of local areas and helping to relocate the urban-rural relations.
- Segment 1: Dialogues between ESYS, governments and other social organizations
- Segment 2: Citizen innovation in consumption
- Segment 3. Opportunities and challenges of ethical finances
- Segment 4. The generation and transfer of knowledge in the social and solidary economy: Contributions from feminism and other economies
- Segment 5. Creation and sustainability of economic and solidary fabric
- Segment 6. Social and Solidary Economy in rural areas