Reconstructing, Re-inventing: the Brazilian Congress of Agroecology

Jocelyn Parot, General Secretary of the international network URGENCI and Scientific Collaborator at the University of Giessen,   The 12th Brazilian Agroecology Congress brought together over 5,000 activists in the centre of Rio de Janeiro on 20-23 November 2023. It had been four years since the last congress, and 20

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URGENCI is proud to announce the launching of the CLIP!

The Communications, Learning and Innovation Platform (CLIP) is the information channel of the COACH project. The CLIP is hosted on URGENCI’s hub and stores all the COACH materials and outputs. It helps to maximise the impact of the project, while simultaneously providing a dynamic virtual space for coaching and training. The CLIP hosts a searchable ‘Living

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CSIPM Statement on Inequalities at the CFS51 Plenary.

Statement delivered by Judith Hitchman (URGENCI) and Dee Woods (Landworkers’ Alliance) on behalf of the Equity Working Group of the CSIPM, during the session on “Addressing Multiple Dimensions of Inequalities: Reducing Inequalities for Food Security and Nutrition” of the CFS Plenary.   Thank you chair. The CSIPM thanks the HLPE

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The “Journey to Green Horizons” Comicbook

We are really excited to share with you the comicbook “Journey to Green Horizons”! This comicbook has been realized during the project Agroecological Youth Education for Future (AYE!), an Erasmus+ project that aims to increase the environmental awareness and ecological literacy of the youth by introducing them to agroecology as

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Episode 18, The Mediterranean Caravan Podcast!

The Mediterranean Caravan Podcast visits the Citizen Food Network in Tunisia   In this episode of the Mediterranean Caravan Podcast, we visit Tunisia to learn more about the Citizen food network, a project by Association Tunisienne de Permaculture (ATP – the Tunisian permaculture association) that links agroecological producers with prosumers

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Learning and Sharing Agroecology, Webinar Recap!

On Thursday 21 September, the partners from “The Mediterranean Caravan: Learning and Sharing Agroecology – MedCaravan” project hosted a webinar to share the results and educational material co-created during the project with the different actors working in agroecology around the Mediterranean basin. The MedCaravan Project is an Erasmus+ educational project

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Best Practice Guide for Collecting Agroecological Knowledge

The climate crisis demands urgent action, and communities worldwide are recognizing the pressing need to adopt sustainable practices. Rampant consumption and globalized production systems are contributing to the loss of vital resources like fertile soils, biodiversity, and local seeds. They also exacerbate socioeconomic inequalities. In this context, solutions like agroecological

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Exploring Community-Supported Agriculture and Local Solidarity Partnerships: Insights from the SALSIFI Country Dossiers

The SALSIFI project, a partnership initiative focused on advocating for sustainable food systems and food system transformation, recently published a guidebook outlining the state of affairs in each partner country. This Country Dossier handbook casts a spotlight on the legal and policy landscapes surrounding Community-Supported Agriculture (CSA) and Local Solidarity

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SALSIFI Food Policy Handbook: A Guide to Sustainable Food Systems

The Food Policy Handbook is a comprehensive guide to sustainable food policies at local, national, European, and Eastern European levels. It draws on real-life examples from various countries where the CSA/LSPA (Community Supported Agriculture / Local Solidarity Partnerships in Agriculture) movement has been a driving force for positive change. The

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