• Quando il 30/06/2021 dalle 15:00 alle 18:30 Aggiungi l'evento al calendario Aggiungi l'evento a Google Calendar
  • Contatti
  • Partecipanti • Francisco Alburquerque Llorens: Coordinator of the scientific committee of the Territorial Development Network of Latin America and the Caribbean (www.conectadel.org) • Lilian Barrientos: Monguelechi Mapu (Nueva Imperial) Chile. • Melania Canales Poma: Organización Nacional de Mujeres Indígenas Andinas y Amazónicas del Perú (ONAMIAP) • Johanna Ciro: Local development agent (depopulation) and member of the Hilar la vida collective • Wilian Lucitante: Unión de Afectados y Afectadas por las Operaciones Petroleras de Texaco (UDAPT) • Eliana Villota: Global Markets Specialist, ICESI University; Chemical Engineer, National University of Colombia.
Agricultural and Cultural Resistance in South America Facing International Market, Institutional and Climate Crisis Pressures

   Latin America has always been considered the cradle of global food biodiversity, and its natural resources have enormous potential to respond to the future demand for food of its own populations and elsewhere in the world. In fact, the region has been a promoter agroecology, food security, food safety and food sovereignty. Interesting to note is the vision of Buen Vivir with a comprehensive territorial approach that recognizes the intimate link between the territory and its inhabitants.

   In this third meeting, we want to focus on pioneering experiences in Latin America and Europe aimed at creating communities that live following alternative paradigms based on the harmony between production, environment, culture, and society.

   The objective is to become acquainted with projects that have been developed by diverse communities who restore strength and dignity to the land, allowing those who work it to defend their right of access to food in adequate quantity and quality - as shown, among others, by the determined promotion of agroeco- logical practices and local agri-food systems - fully respecting food sovereignty and protecting them from international and corporate interests.