Sustainable Development

Elearning Course: MOOC on Nutrition and Sustainable Food Systems

The Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) “Nutrition and Food Systems: Pathways to sustainable and healthy diets” is designed to apply a systems-thinking approach to food security and nutrition issues, thus contributing to a transformation of food systems towards more sustainable,

Training Opportunity with Community Engagement Fellows

Community Engagement Fellows empowers educators and community leaders to nurture engaged citizens, serve the public, and improve the Salish Sea bioregion and the planet, using social and place-based learning methods to facilitate the growth of effective, durable learning partnerships across organizational

FAO e-learning courses: Sustainable Food Systems

The FAO e-learning Academy published a series of three courses on Sustainable Food Systems, designed collaboratively with One Planet Network’s Sustainable Food Systems (SFS) Programme, to equip you with the knowledge and tools required to apply systems thinking to complex

Agroecology Awards

The Alliance for Food Sovereignty in Africa announced the inaugural AFSA Africa Agroecology Awards, launching a call on 9 August 2021 for submissions from AFSA member networks and affiliates. In the following years, AFSA hopes to broaden the award and

Event: Who is missing at dinner? (June 2)

Bringing farmers into the conversation on food systems through inclusive communication platforms A UN Food Systems Summit Independent Dialogue exploring the role of communication in ensuring equitable, inclusive food systems When: Wednesday, June 2, 2021 at 9 a.m. ET Where: Zoom

March for family farmers in DRC

On Oct. 1, peasant organizations in the Democratic Republic of Congo marched in support of family farming. They submitted  a memorandum to the Presidency of the republic. Their requests represented the needs of 12 million family farmers who are represented