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Learning objectives AESOP4Food seminar 2022

Phase 1: Exploring the field of play

Themes: Main challenges, Theoretical frameworks, Approaches and methods: PAR, living labs, analysing methods; Defining your position and values

  • Understands the concept of food systems in their cultural, local and regional setting.
  • Can explain the main concepts related to participatory learning and research and the role of living labs.
  • Can explain the main concepts related to sustainable food planning.
  • Is aware of contemporary challenges to sustainable food systems in the context of spatial planning.
  • Develops an understanding of the multiple dimensions of food systems: social, environmental, economic and spatial.
  • Can define her/his own position and values regarding sustainable food planning.

Phase 2: Analysing your local foodscape

Themes: Mapping a food system; Mapping the stakeholders, consumers, and policymakers (power mapping); SWOT analysis

  • Can map and evaluate a concrete situation of a food system.
  • Can select the most adequate methods and tools to be applied for analysis and evaluation.
  • Can identify stakeholders and power structures in a new and unknown context.
  • Can map a local or city/region food system.
  • Can define the most relevant challenges in a collaborative way.

Phase 3. Collaborative goals and vision

Themes: Collaborative goal setting; Selecting the challenges to address

  • Can apply techniques of collaborative goal setting.
  • Can formulate an approach and/or a possible solution for a selected challenge that is related to his/her own competences and role in the system.

Phase 4: Strategy and interventions

Themes: Scenarios, alternatives, strategy, prototyping, testing

  • Can develop a strategy based on a joint vision making use of methods of scenario planning of alternatives.
  • Can select and apply methods and tools for prototyping.
  • Can develop a prototype based on the strategy and present it to/ discuss it with others for testing and evaluating.

Phase 5: Evaluation & monitoring

Themes: collaborative evaluation; self-reflection

  • Is able to have a critical reflection of the role of the planner in a pluralistic society (expert vs facilitator).
  • Is able to reflect on his/her own process, using feedback from others reflecting on cultural, social and economic differences.