Report on trends (Deliverable 2.1)
Find out what trends are influencing the food system and how they are relevant for different achieving different visions of our future food system.
The trends that are affecting our food system (Attachment to Deliverable 2.1)
The trends – one by one outlined with information on the drivers and barriers, the challenges they cause within the food and nutrition system and for research and innovation.
Use the trend cards in an interactive session to engage people around discussions on our future food system (instructions within the document).
What are Potential Breakthroughs in the Food System? (Deliverable 4.1)
Dynamic Learning Agenda (Deliverable 8.1)
A “Dynamic Learning Agenda” (DLA) is a method for reflection and learning in action. It is particularly relevant for organizations seeking to facilitate complex and difficult change processes. It focusses on challenges arising in such processes, and suggests how the organization may work with them through a systems analysis identifying barriers and resources. Central in the DLA method stands the formulation of learning questions, and the continuous reflection on and revision of such questions, giving DLA its dynamic character.
Tools and Training for Setting up a Transformative Network (Deliverable 1.1)
‘Tools and training for setting up a transformative network’ is a guide for designing and instigating an approach for a transformative network. The deliverable is meant to support policy and city lab coordinators in developing their lab in both a strategic and in a practical way. For the former, the deliverable provides tools and support for stakeholder analysis, lab strategy design, transformative network design and communication strategy design. For the latter, the deliverable provides numerous exercises for advancing stakeholder communication, networking and engagement skills. A red line in the guide concerns the Theory U, which puts sensing and connecting to oneself and the other as central elements in the realisation of transformation. Furthermore, the exercises in the deliverable build upon principles of playfulness, enabling people to work and connect in a fluid and intuitive way, and thereby helping policy and city lab coordinators to realise workshops and events that are suitable for the inclusion of diverse stakeholders.
What do City Labs Need? (Deliverable 6.1)
This catalogue outlines the needs of City Labs to successfully set up and run their activities for successful system transformation. It further outlines contents and formats for City Lab activities.
Data Management Protocols (Deliverable 9.1)
The Data Management Protocol aims to provide an overview of principles and guidance of the main elements of the data management policy that will be used by the consortium partners with regard to all data that will be generated. Furthermore, the DMP includes the legal framework, its relation to the involved European countries, and how to communicate results in an ethical and transparent way.
Project Execution Handbook (Deliverable 9.2)
The Project Execution Handbook is a source of reference for all members of the consortium and defines the internal processes for securing a successful completion of the project. It includes an introduction to the project, the work packages, deliverables, milestones and the different project phases, including meetings and reporting. Subsequently, the project’s organizational and management structures are outlined, as well as a general description of the deliverable review procedure, as part of quality control. Furthermore, the risk management and legal aspects of the project are described, along with a guide of the regulations and requirements with regard to the internal and external communication, disseminations of results and Open Access.
Communication and Dissemination Plan (Deliverable 7.1)
This plan outlines the basic project communication principles (why, when, what, who, how).