Slow Food is adding its voice to an appeal to the international community to guarantee Afrin’s stability and security and prevent further Turkish aggression from within Syria and across the Syrian border. Carlo Petrini wrote on it.
The Rural Revolution of Professor Wen Tiejun
Today China holds a key role in the world’s economic and social landscape, and the choices of this giant will have a huge influence on the future of all of humanity. I am convinced that thanks to the tireless work of people like Wen and his team it will be possible to follow a path towards balanced and long-lasting development.
Carlo Petrini on the Future of the Slow Food Movement
The demands for good, clean and fair food for all continue to spread. Attention towards what ends up in our plates is increasingly interdisciplinary, with interest growing even among those who don’t know of the existence of an association that has made these ideas its raison d’être. For these reasons, it is imperative that we be open and inclusive.
The Kabalo Peace Garden: A Seed of Hope in the Democratic Republic of Congo
The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is the largest country in Africa. Characterized by a rich biodiversity of plants and animals, as well as being home to over 450 ethnic groups, the country has long been shaken by successive armed conflicts. In this context, the Slow Food network plays a key role in pushing for food sovereignty and the valuing of local knowledge.