Poland brings to Albania some of the best experiences regarding the transformation and modernization of villages and the benefits of EU membership. Through a project, representatives from Serbia, Bosnia and Albania were introduced to presentations, in-depth analyzes and promotions among experts, opinion leaders and journalists through a series of 5 webinars and the recording of 15 online materials / podcasts, available in their native language, for orienting on how to create a coherent and sustainable market for rural services, diversify incomes and increase farm profitability. Topics include short supply chain, food security (also in the context of COVID), certification, obtaining EU (GI) geographical indications, technological and IT innovation in agriculture, as well as practices that favor green space creation and biological and cultural diversity of living. Two interviews were conducted with Polish experts. The materials allow the planning of further activities under the EU, V4 and PL programs for the Western Balkans.
Find below audio recordings (podcasts) for each of the Polish experts who contributed to the 5 webinars conducted! Click on the name of each of the experts and then press the PLAY button on the video below to listen to the respective recording!
Aleksandra Niżyńska | Dawid Drzewiecki | Józef Tyburski | Katerina Makarova | Łukasz Czech | Małgorzata Gałczyńska | Mariusz Maciejczak | Mateusz Ciasnocha | Mateusz Sękowski | Milda Krauzlis | Rafał Lachowski | Rafał Wawer | Sylwia Szparkowska | Wojciech Szpociński S1 | Wojciech Szpociński S2
For each of the audio recordings (podcasts) you can also download the respective transcription in English language by clicking on the name of each of the experts!
Material was produced as a part of the project supported under “Public Diplomacy 2020 New Dimension”, being co-financed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Republic of Poland. The content expresses only the views of the authors and cannot be equated with the official position of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland. Project is implemented by Development Policy Foundation