Ceremony for the 𝗜𝗜𝗜 Edition of Journalism Award 𝗘𝗜𝗧 𝗙𝗼𝗼𝗱
Thursday, November 24 at 6 p.m., in Rome at the Aula dei Gruppi Parlamentari (Via di Campo Marzio, 78).
Organized annually by EIT Food, this award seeks to encourage journalistic works that contribute to the dissemination and popularization in society of the values associated with healthier food and improved agrifood sustainability.
The Awards Ceremony will be part of the 𝑬𝑰𝑻 𝑶𝒑𝒆𝒏 𝑫𝒂𝒚 𝑰𝒕𝒂𝒍𝒚, the first Open Day organized by EIT Food in Italy. For the occasion, EIT Food has organized a round table with industry experts on the role of journalists in spreading sustainability-oriented food literacy.
The award, organized since 2019 by EIT Food, is aimed at reporters who contribute to the dissemination and popularization in society of the values associated with healthier food and improved agrifood sustainability.
The award ceremony was preceded by a panel on the role of journalists in the dissemination of sustainability-oriented food literacy, which was moderated by Future Food Institute President Sara Roversi and featured talks by various experts.
Agenda of the event
Introduction: Begoña Pérez Villareal, EIT Food South Director
The role of journalists in the dissemination of sustainability-oriented food literacy:
Luca Ferrua – Director at GEDI Group
Luca Cocolin – University of Turin
Pietro Contaldo – President of Igersitalia
Federico Turrisi – winner of the 2nd edition of the EIT Journalism Award
Presentation of the Italian Journalism Award on Food Innovation and Sustainability.
Sara Roversi, Future Food Institute
Asier Sannio, EIT Food
Roberto Zalambani, UNAGA
Presentation of the works of the III Edition of the EIT Journalism Award, announcement of the winners and reflections of the jury
Lorena Savani, EIT Food – commentary on the special mention
Sonia Massari, Future Food Institute – commentary on the 1st prize
Giacomo Cavalli, Mind – commentary on the 2nd prize
The first prize went to Valentina Trifiletti. A graduate in Marketing Communication from the Catholic University of Milan. A professional journalist, videomaker and communication expert, she has worked with national newspapers and editorial groups including Il Fatto Quotidiano, La7, Mediaset. Winner of the “Francesco Landolfo” award in 2018. At the Journalism Award, she won first prize with the reportage “Food crisis: the bread war has just begun.”
The second prize was awarded to Francesca Magnoni. A native of Rimini, she graduated from the Faculty of Economics in Bologna. A freelance journalist, since 2007 at Icaro Communication, a Rimini-based multimedia group that includes local broadcaster Icaro TV, Radio Icaro, online newsrimini.it and audiovisual production company Bottega Video. At the Journalism Award, she won the second prize with the reportage “The Isarco Valley’s circular and virtuous economy for dairy production.”