Friday, December 21 at the I.I.S.S. M. Fanno of Conegliano (Italy) was held the award ceremony of the "Social Responsibility in Organic Wine Production" competition promoted by Unioncamere del Veneto and the Conegliano institute in collaboration with the company Perlage of Soligo (Treviso), as part of the CSR IN CLASS project, funded by the Erasmus + program.
The CSR IN CLASS project competition took place in parallel in the three partner institutes of the project (IISS M. Fanno of Conegliano, the Grammar School of Economics of Radovljica - SLO and the Institute for Future and Education of Mürzzuschlag - AT) who chose Objective 12 of the United Nations 2030 Agenda: “Consumption and Production and Managers”.
In Italy the competition involved 5 classes of the 4th year of the Fanno institute that, organized in 18 teams, were confronted on the theme proposed in collaboration with the company Perlage, observer partner of the project.
Each team, after analyzing the case, has developed a proposal for innovative communication on social responsibility in the production of organic wine with a target audience of young adults (18 - 40 years).
The final ranking was determined half by the jury (composed of a representative of Unioncamere del Veneto, leader of the project, the Perlage company and the deputy head of the institute) and half of the vote by the public who expressed their preferences on the videos uploaded by the groups on the dedicated youtube channel:
The teams BERE E SOSTENERE of the class 4 A AFM and MATCHPOINT of the class 4 A SC, joint winners, have been awarded a prize of 500 Euros. Third the team THE FOLKS of the class 4 A SC, rewarded with 200.00 Euros. The classes of the first two groups will also participate in the five-day study visit in Austria in February 2019, during which Italian students will meet with the peers of the Institute for Future and Education of Mürzzuschlag and will visit some good practices of Corporate Social Responsibility. Cash prizes were offered by the Institute with funding from the project.