Documents Archive

The SFGN documents archive allows all registered members to upload and download files and documents (i.e. Books, articles, thesis, papers, reports, news, regulations, laws, maps, graphs, photos, datasets) about street food and related issues.
Files are organized in folders by geographic region and countries.


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and start Uploading-Downloading files


File Upload Guidelines

Dear SFGN member, when you upload a file, please:
1) save it in the corresponding folder (by geographic region or country)
2) and name it by using the following system:

Document type
Allowed format Naming system
BOOK pdf (B) Last name, First name (Year). “Title.” Publisher
BOOK CHAPTER pdf (Ch) Last name, First name (Year). “Title.” In BOOK, Author, Publisher
JOURNAL ARTICLE pdf (J) Last name, First name (Year). "Title." Journal, Issue n°
NEWS ARTICLE pdf (N) Last name, First name (Year). "Title." Newspaper, Date
PAPER pdf (P) Last name, First name (Year). “Title.”
THESIS pdf (T) Last name, First name (Year). “Title.” University
REPORT pdf (R) Last name, First name (Year). “Title.” Organization. Report n°
LEGAL DOCUMENT pdf (L) Enacting Body, Country “Title.”
GUIDELINES pdf (GL) Organization (Year). “Title.”
MAP pdf, jpg (M) Place (Year). “Title.” Source
GRAPH pdf, jpg (G) Place (Year). “Title.” Source
DATABASE and GIS xls, shp (D) Place (Year). “Title.” Source
PHOTO jpg (Ph) Place (Year). “Title.” Source

 NOT FORGET to start each file name with (B), (J), (N), (C), etc... according to the type of file you are uploading.

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About the SFGN

The Street Food Global Network was created in 2012 with the aim to link people and organizations directly involved or interested in street food trade and governance worldwide.

The network is meant to be an open space where members can find, share, develop, and implement best practices, instruments and strategies fostering an innovative street food.

Members can access a rich documents archive
and participate in forums and mailing lists, to share information and ideas.

Rather than a mere virtual space, the network is meant to achieve real cooperation, joint projects, and collective publications.

SFGN is managed by
Street Food SQUARE Association

Contact Name: Stefano Roberto Marras
Contact the group manager
Category: Common Interest > Food & Drink

Street Food Global Network

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