Project on-going

09/07/2019

About this section

In this page, you can follow the ongoing process of our project. Read the reports of our activities, consult the results of our investigations and feel free to take part to open workshop, meetings and seminars. If you want to be updated on the proceedings of the project, subscrice to […]
08/07/2019

Meeting agenda in Lodz (18 th -19 th June 2019)

Tuesday, June 18 th – Internal meeting 9.30 Welcome address – University of Lodz 9.45 Presentation of the Agenda – University of Urbino, Piera Campanella 10.00 Presentations about the European framework and comparison analysis of the industrial relations’ role in each partner country in the pork value chain – University […]
03/04/2019

Hasselt workshop

The team of the Meat-up Ffire Project held a meeting in Belgium at the University of Hasselt. Thursday, April 4th – Open workshop with local policy platform 9.00: Presentation of the Project Meat-Up Ffire – Piera Campanella (University of Urbino) 9.15: Presentation of a case study regarding chicken processing plants – […]
26/02/2019

University of Copenaghen hosted Meat–Up Ffire workshop

The team of the Meat-up Ffire Project held a two days meeting in Denmark at the University of Copenaghen.  Seminar presented the project and the preliminary output of the analysis of the pork value chain in Europe, with a special focus on the pork value chain in Denmark. The trade unions […]
15/12/2018

Report on the Erlangen Meeting

After the Kick off meeting in Urbino, the team of the Meat.up.Ffire Project held a two days meeting in Erlangen at the University of Friedrich-Alexander. The partners discussed the first outputs of the research activity, as well as some practical issues on how to better carry on the project, and they attended […]
15/11/2018

Research Meeting at the University of Erlangen

The second meeting of the Meat.Up.Ffire Research Project will take place at the University of Erlangen, Germany, on the 15th and the 16th of November. As it has been planned, these meetings will always have a first closed door section for the research members and a second section composed of […]