This exserpt is extracted from the research study of Lucia Piani, Matteo Carzedda & Nadia Carestiato "Food solidarity economy: evaluating transition community initiatives in Friuli Venezia Giulia region", and illustrates three best practices.

This paper was elaborated in the framework of the project “Adolescents and Youth (AYs) for GREEN: Gaza Resilient Economy and Environment” and its aim is to recommend strategic guidelines and a plan of action for the development of a competitive, inclusive, and sustainable LIVESTOCK value chain in the targeted territories.

"The house of inclusive and sustainable economic development” is a collection of documents that aims to provide a comfortable “tool” where the reader can find what he / she considers most useful to improve their knowledge and implement actions related to Local Economic Development (LED).


Local Economic Development Agencies (LEDAs) of the ILS LEDA network have achieved very important results on job creation, small business development, valorization of local products - mainly healthy food -, environmental safeguard, green economy, preservation of the cultural heritage, social inclusion, gender equality, fight against poverty, peacemaking, channeling national and international funds to the territories, and as an instrument for facilitating the elaboration and the implementation of local and national policies and plans.

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