• Indigenous Terra Madre 2015

      5th August 2015 Published in English in Agrobiodiversity Science, Italy

      The Mei-Ramew Festivals organised every year by the North East Slow Food & Agrobiodiversity Society (NESFAS) in Meghalaya around December promote sustainable local food systems that protect biocultural diversity, local economies and the hope to provide fair and enduring jobs for young people. This year from 3rd – 7th November, NESFAS, The Indigenous Partnership for Agrobiodiversity and Food Sovereignty and Slow Food International are organising the International Mei-Ramew gathering, the second edition of the international event Indigenous Terra Madre, which will bring together indigenous peoples from around the world and present them with a unique opportunity to network and share knowledge about food, nutrition and biocultural diversity. The theme of this event is The Future We Want: Indigenous Perspectives and Actions. More at http://agrobiodiversityplatform.org/par/2015/07/20/upcoming-event-indigenous-terra-madre-2015/