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"The New Routes of Wool towards a Sustainable Future"

The 4th European Wool Day will be broadcasted via the Internet
in the afternoon on 9th April 2024 from 3pm CEST


Local programs will be running from the 7th April to the 9th April 2024 so you are more than welcome to come along in person and enjoy the series of workshops, exhibitions, lectures and discussions taking place locally in Metsovo, a picturesque town in Epirus, North-western Greece.


If you’re passionate about wool and would like to present your organisation on the day, or just have an interesting woolly story to tell, please get in contact, we’d love to hear from you!

You can read more of the conference title of the EWDay 2024 in Greek here (pdf).
«Οι νέοι δρόμοι του Μαλλιού προς ένα βιώσιμο μέλλον»

4th European Wool Day
Applications now open!

The 4th European Wool Day will take place on

Tuesday, 9th April 2024, organised by

the European Wool Exchange Foundation.


Please submit your proposals until 31st January 2024:

You can download the application form from here:

There are three ways to participate:

  • Presenting live in person on 9th April, 2024 from Metsovo, Greece,

  • Presenting live joining on-line on 9th April, 2024

  • Contributing with a pre-recorded presentation.


Please be advised that there will be a selection process in early February 2024 and you will be informed whether your presentation is shortlisted in due course. Deadline for pre-recorded contributions from the selected applicants is 10th March 2024.

We encourage you to contribute in order to cover the cost of organising the day (suggested amount €20 for associations and €50 for companies).

Based on its properties and potentials, wool has a role to play in the economy and the well-being of Europe as it can answer contemporary sustainability needs.


We will show the versatile use of wool across Europe, building on the similarities and displaying the unique solutions that could be implemented elsewhere.

The host country this year is Greece, broadcasting from Metsovo, a picturesque town in Epirus, North-western Greece.


Host organisations are:

  • The EcoMuseum Zagori was founded to manage the protection and exploitation of the natural and cultural heritage of the area to the benefit of local sustainable development for the local community

  • The EGNATIA EPIRUS Foundation is a non-profit organization that aims at contributing to the sustainable integrated development of the region of Epirus-Greece, through innovative activities compatible with the environment and the cultural heritage of the region.

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