For three days, hundreds of people from around the world will virtually gather, listen and discuss the regeneration of our world’s foodways to advance good, clean and fair food for all. Each day will focus on a new lens through which our attendees will listen, share and plan the future of our climate, health and food justice
MAY 15 – WOMEN, SEEDS AND COMMUNITY
The world over, women have been caretakers and protectors of seed, and it is this work that we will highlight on the final day of our Seed Summit. We will hear from visionaries, advocates and champions of seed rematriation, and hear about efforts to regenerate community health by growing, protecting and eating seeds.
All times are in CET.
4.30pm: Keynote: Vandana Shiva
We hear from Dr. Vandana Shiva, scholar, environmental activist, food sovereignty advocate, ecofeminist and anti-globalization author.
6.15pm: Seed Rematriation: Bringing Seeds Home
Returning seed to their communities of origin is important for maintaining biodiversity, ownership and security.
7.30pm: Author Readings
Hear from authors of the Kinship Book series
8.30pm: Regenerating Community Health with Seeds
We close the summit in discussion about regenerating community health with growing, protecting and eating seeds.
10pm: Closing Keynote
We end our amazing days together with a reflection on the Summit and a look ahead. Thank you for joining us!
This event is part of The Road to Terra Madre, a series of initiatives organized by the Slow Food network around the world to pave the way towards the international gathering which takes place in Turin, Italy, from September 22-26 and where participants will design the future of food together.
Event languages: IT, EN, ID
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