The Global Alliance for the Future of Food is organising a webinar on the 6th of December 2021 at 16:00-17:30 CET (10:00-11:30 ET) to mark the launch of a new compendium: ‘The Politics of Knowledge: Understanding the Evidence for Agroecology, Regenerative Approaches, and Indigenous Foodways’ — a new compendium tackling the dominant questions about evidence that are holding back food systems transformation. Authors unpack the narratives and legacies that unpin these questions and explore the many ways funders, researchers, and policymakers can take transformative action.
Bringing together diverse speakers and an audience of funders, policymakers, as well as researchers and advocates, the event will both challenge attendees’ existing ideas and assumptions about evidence and decision making, whilst offering a space for rich dialogue and engagement about the future of food.
Speakers include: Jane Maland Cady, Collaborative Crop Research Program/McKnight Foundation; Mamadou Goita, Institute for Research and Promotion of Alternatives in Development; Peter Gubbels, Groundswell; Anna Lappe, Food and Democracy Program at Panta Rhea Foundation; Francisco Rosado-May, The Indigenous Partnership for Agrobiodiversity and Food Sovereignty; Maywa Montenegro de Wit, Agroecology Research-Action Collective; Amaury Peeters, Louvain Cooperation and FAO TAPE; Swati Renduchintala, Andhra Pradesh Community Natural Farming; Ruth Richardson, Global Alliance for the Future of Food; Emma Siliprandi, Agricultural Officer with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations; Mariam Sow, ENDA Pronat; and more to be announced soon.
- Highlight emerging coalitions, evidence, and policy actions that advance agroecology, regenerative approaches, and Indigenous foodways
- Provide entry points for funders to activate a research and action agenda that is focused on political and social justice, the right to food, and food sovereignty
- Create a space for dialogue amongst global and local audiences about food systems transformation.
Register today and join us for a rich dialogue about the future of food.