EoF Villages

The 12 “EoF villages” represent the working sessions of the participants on key topics of the economy of today and tomorrow.

Villages are often crossroads and paths, places where different people and cultures meet.

Even the “EoF villages” want to be spaces of dialogue and confrontation, of questions and perspectives, of reflections and proposals.

Take a glance at the topics

ACTIVITIES & REPORTS

JULY 15th 2021: MASTERCLASS ECONOMY of FRANCESCO and WORLD FOOD FORUM

July 20th, 2021|Categories: Agriculture and Justice, Energy and Poverty, EoF PEOPLE, News, Villages, WHAT'S ON|Tags: , , , , , , |

More than 100 registered participants, mainly from Latin America (Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, Ecuador and Peru) but also from Europe (Russia, Spain with Italy in the lead). In the first of the four Masterclasses organized by The Economy of Francesco in collaboration with the World Food Forum.

WFF and EoF Masterclass: “Integral Ecology”

July 8th, 2021|Categories: EoF PEOPLE, News, Villages, WHAT'S ON|Tags: , , , , |

Young economists, entrepreneurs and change-makers are invited to explore models for infusing economics with ethical values on 15 July 2021 in this World Food Forum (WFF) Masterclass on “Integral Ecology,” hosted by the Economy of Francesco (EoF).

A fire that kindles other fire… “THE FARM OF FRANCESCO”

April 30th, 2021|Categories: Agriculture and Justice, EoF PEOPLE, News, Villages, WHAT'S ON|Tags: , , , |

We decided to focus on degradation of agricultural soils and the challenges that farmers, especially young people and women, all over the world live such as access to education, technology and capital to support their fight against soil degradation.

Access to energy as a human right

April 15th, 2021|Categories: CO2 of Inequalities, EoF PEOPLE, News, WHAT'S ON|Tags: , , , , |

Electric energy has enabled since the invention of the electric light bulb a remarkable human development and many people across the world take access to it as granted. However, not everyone has access to electricity in our common home, where approximately one billion people, mostly in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia, lack access to electricity.

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