Slow Food Youth Network

Slow Food Youth Network

Following Terra Madre 2008, which for the first time involved youth from all over the planet who wanted to bring about significant changes to the global food system, the Slow Food Youth Network (SFYN) began to organize events, create bonds and spread Slow Food’s message to a new section of society. Now, seven years after that first meeting, the SFYN has around 1,000 active members from various countries, mainly the Netherlands, Germany, Mexico, South Africa and South Korea. The group has also created a more organized structure in order to increase the countries represented, consolidate the network in those countries in which it is already active and come up with autonomous fundraising strategies...Read more