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The Future of Coffee Communities: Perspectives from Young Farmers

BERLIN, Germany – How does the future of young people in coffee growing regions look like and how can coffee be an attractive opportunity for them? Hanns R. Neumann Stiftung (HRNS) and the Embassy of Honduras, invite you to an evening of open dialogue with coffee farmers from Honduras and Uganda.

Media will get a first hand insight with coffee farmers, coffee industry and development partners on the situation in coffee growing regions and the dynamics in the coffee value chain. Personal interviews or background conversations are possible.

Wednesday, June 5th at 07:30 pm at SRH Start Up Lab, Ernst-Reuter-Platz 10, 10587 Berlin

Registration required: Join the dialogue.

Be part of a dialogue with Karina Orellana and Christopher Mujabi on how to ensure inclusive generational transition in coffee growing regions. Join us to learn how the role of migration, the impact of climate change, and market dynamics influence young adults in coffee communities.

Program

07:30 pm Doors open, drinks and finger food
08:00 pm Opening statements by Ambassador Christa Castro Varelaand and Jan von Enden, Executive Management HRNS
Farmer Dialogue
09:00 pm Drinks and networking

Participants are kindly ask to RSVP by May 24th, 2019. Seats are limited.

For any question contact: jesko.johannsen@hrnstiftung.org.