Empowering Indigenous Youth and their Communities

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Empowering Indigenous Youth and their Communities to Defend and Promote their Food Heritage.

After three years of work around eight international ITM events in five countries and nine Indigenous-led Slow Food Presidia in Latin America and Africa, the IFAD and Slow Food project “Empowering Indigenous Youth and their Communities to Defend and Promote their Food Heritage” has come to a close. To showcase the main results and lessons learnt, IFAD and Slow Food present the findings of the three case-studies conducted. We will share:

IF YOU MISSED THE SESSION, YOU CAN WATCH IT IN ENGLISH, SPANISH

You can download here the two graphics, facilitated by Housatonic, of the summary of the conversations.

Speakers: 

  • Paolo di Croce, General Secretary, Slow Food
  • Rahul Antao, Technical Specialist, Rural Youth and Social Inclusion – Environment, Climate, Gender and Social Inclusion (ECG) Division, IFAD
  • Luis Francisco Prieto, Focal Point for Indigenous Peoples’ and Afrodescendant Communities, Slow Food
  • Dali Nolasco Cruz, ITM Advisory Board member for Latin America and the Caribbean and Coordinator of Tlaola Serrano Chili Pepper Slow Food Presidium
  • Claus Rainer, IFAD Country Director LAC, Brazil Chile, South-South and Triangular Cooperation and Knowledge Centre, IFAD
  • Tullia Aiazzi, Senior Evaluation Consultant
  • Margaret Tunda Lepore, ITM Advisory Board member for Africa and Coordinator of the Red Maasai Sheep Slow Food Presidium
  • Francisco Pichon, IFAD Country Director, Antigua and Barbuda Bahamas, (The) Barbados, Cuba, Dominica, Grenada, Jamaica, Mexico, Saint Kitts and Nevis Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Suriname Trinidad and Tobago, IFAD
  • Mattia Prayer Galletti, Lead Technical Specialist on Indigenous Peoples and Tribal Issues – Environment, Climate, Gender and Social Inclusion (ECG) Division, IFAD

Moderator: Marie Haga, Associate Vice-President of the External Relations and Governance Department, IFAD.

During implementation, the project received further financial support from Tamalpais Trust (The Full Circle Fund of RSF Social Finance) and The Christensen Fund.

The event is part of the Terra Madre Salone del Gusto program.

Empoderando a los jóvenes indígenas y a sus comunidades para defender y promover su patrimonio.

Luego de tres años de trabajo, ocho eventos ITM internacionales en cinco países y nueve Baluartes Slow Food gestionados por comunidades indígenas en América Latina y África, el proyecto IFAD-Slow Food “Empowering Indigenous Youth and their Communities to Defend and Promote their Food Heritage” ha llegado a su cierre. Mostraremos los principales resultados y las lecciones aprendidas con los tres estudios de caso desarrollados. En particular:

Panelistas:  

  • Marie Haga, Vicepresidente Asociada de Relaciones Exteriores y Departamento de Gobernanza, FIDA.
  • Paolo di Croce, Secretario General, Slow Food
  • Rahul Antao, Especialista Técnico, Juventud Rural e Inclusión Social – División de Medioambiente, Clima, Género e Inclusión Social, FIDA.
  • Luis Francisco Prieto, Enlace para Pueblos Indígenas y Comunidades Afrodescendientes, Slow Food.
  • Dali Nolasco Cruz, miembro para América Latina y el Caribe de la Mesa de Asesores de la red ITM y Coordinadora del Baluarte del Chile Serrano de Tlaola.
  • Claus Rainer, Director de País de FIDA para LAC, Brasil Chile, Cooperación triangular y sur-sur y Centro de Conocimientos FIDA.
  • Tullia Aiazzi, Consultora Experta en Evaluación
  • Margaret Tunda Lepore, miembro para África de la Mesa de Asesores de la red ITM y Coordinadora del Baluarte Slow Food de la Oveja Roja Masái
  • Francisco Pichon, Director de País de FIDA, Antigua y Barbuda Bahamas, Barbados, Cuba, Dominica, Granada, Jamaica, México, Saint Kitts and Nevis San Vicente y las Granadinas Suriname Trinidad y Tobago, IFAD
  • Mattia Prayer Galletti, Especialista Técnica Principal en Asuntos de Pueblos Indígenas y Tribales, División de Medioambiente, Clima, Género e Inclusión Social, FIDA.

Durante la implementación, el Proyecto recibió apoyo financiero adicional por parte de Tamalpais Trust (The Full Circle Fund of RSF Social Finance) y The Christensen Fund.

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