How we eat can change the world. The way our food is produced, processed, distributed, consumed and wasted impacts sustainability both at local and global levels. There is huge potential for change through development of innovative solutions to a more sustainable food system.

The SI initiative aims to support change makers working with sustainable development and various parts of the food systems connected to the Global Goals who have the power to end poverty and to stop climate change. By collaborating across borders the initiative results in new awareness, regional strongholds and co-operations, and to enable long-term and positive behavioural change.

The project is co-created by Swedish and local actors from the Western Balkans and Sweden and aims at providing knowledge, ideas, insights and inspiration to help people and businesses understand how to achieve more sustainable food systems. The partners will focus on collaborative learning
and interaction between participants, based on their knowledge and experiences. The working format will feature inspirational meetings and conversations, sustainability challenges and innovation workshops.

Food for Tomorrow will focus on catalyzing regional co-operation on the Western Balkan with, and targeting, local partners, opinion makers and front runners in sustainable development and sustainable food systems.

Call to Action: We Design Food for Tomorrow – 24 innovation challenge, Skopje 25-26 April

Are you an ambitious future innovator and change maker?
Do you dream of a sustainable food system for tomorrow?

During a 24-hour innovation challenge in Skopje 25-26th April we gather 25 change makers and innovators to develop and explore ideas, products or projects that aim to build sustainable food systems- The challenge in Skopje is followed by 18 months of  collaborations where eco systems of innovators collaborate to launch and implement their ideas and projects.

Please join us for the 2018 Food for Tomorrow innovation challenge in Skopje.

Allowed countries: Albania, Bosnia- and Hercegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia, Serbia and Sweden

Apply before 25 March Food for Tomorrow