Co-design of Factsheets for Farm Advisory
The process aims to a) engage a stakeholder platform including a broad range of professional profiles, b) set up thematic working groups and interactive sessions for knowledge exchange and c) produce a set of factsheets including the information obtained.
The Living Lab process builds on the active interaction of researchers, experts, practitioners, professional organisations, NGOs and public administration as to share the knowledge both generated by science and experience.
January 9th, 2019 - FASTER Introductory Workshop
The FASTER Project organized an introductory information and consultation workshop on the approach to be taken in order to achieve the objectives of the project.
This workshop provided an opportunity to immerse in the context of the project and to discuss possible collaborations and implications in FASTER activities by exchanging on their needs and expectations. It also provided the opportunity to work on the identification of challenges and main issues at stake.
April 2nd – 4th, 2019 - Living FAS Lab Workshop
Organization of a workshop for the construction of the project’s FAS Living Lab.
The activity brought together Researchers from INRGREF and IRESA, members of AVFA and ODESYPANO Technicians.
The Workshop focused on building the Living Lab network, identifying the different challenges to work on and spot the missing actors for the future of the Living Lab.
July 2nd, 2019 - Tibar workshop
Workshop organized by AVFA to present the project at local scale. The session brought together members from AVFA and ODESYPANO with Farm Advisory Systems actors. The workshop focused on the fields of interest of the Living Lab and improving questionnaires to perform a better profiling of participants.
October 10th, 2019 - Living Lab Launch Workshop
Workshop to inform and train the stakeholders on the Living Lab approach.
This session focused on the validation of the Living Lab protocol and the Spring School program. During the activity, the participants built a local task force (Lab Leader Committee) and were trained on the implementation of the Living Lab protocol. Finally, they designed the communication strategy of the FAS Lab.
February 13th, 2020 - preparatory meeting for the first Living Lab workshop
This workshop aimed to inform the participants about the whole Living Lab process, objectives and expected results.
Following an introductive session, the participants discussed how to co-produce the FAS Living Lab Factsheets. To do so, they splitted in different thematic groups and were provided draft versions of factsheets in order to visualise the format of the future output. Finally, they identified lab leaders and potential group members.
2020 - 1st Spring School
DUE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC, THE 1st SPRING SCHOOL INITIALLY PLANNED ON MARCH 2020 HAS BEEN POSTPONED.
The first spring school program will consist of 5-days activities for participants, including training, interactive workshops and field trips. The courses will focus on the Tunisian perspective by giving practice-based knowledge through hands-on activities. The objective is to combine the knowledge of international experts with inputs provided by local and national institutions and experts.
2020 - 1st Living Lab Workshop
DUE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC, THE 1st LIVING LAB WORKSHOP INITIALLY PLANNED ON MARCH 2020 HAS BEEN POSTPONED.
The objective of this Living Lab Workshop is to gather together all stakeholders involved in the process to present the preliminary results and work on fine-tuning the FAS Living Lab Factsheets.