KEY TOPICS

The following list highlights core topics for the Indigenous Terra Madre network and shows how indigenous communities may benefit from the Slow Food network, keeping in mind that they are all interconnected in a holistic approach:

The Shillong Declaration (A living document based on the session held at ITM 2015 Shillong, Meghalaya, North East India):

The Jokkmokk Agreement, signed at the first meeting of the Indigenous Terra Madre network in 2011:

TOOLS

Download the Indigenous Terra Madre logo

VIDEOS

To know more about our activities, we selected some videos and a playlist showing examples of what we do!

Events

Grassroots projects

Policy, advocacy and awareness raising

USEFUL LINKS

How to develop projects with Slow Food, such as Ark of Taste, Presidia, Chef Alliance, Earth Markets and more.

UNDRIP – United Nation Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples – ENGESPFRARUS

ILO Convention 169 – Indigenous and Tribal Peoples Convention, 1989 (No. 169)

What is the Free Prior and Informed Consent? FAOIFAD

What are the Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure?

Indigenous Peoples at IFAD and Indigenous Peoples Assistance Facility

The Traditional Knowledge Advantage – Indigenous peoples’ knowledge in climate change adaptation and mitigation strategies

IFAD and Slow Food” project and partnership

International Land Coalition – Secure Territorial Rights for Indigenous Peoples

Funding Opportunities for Indigenous Peoples at UN level – Participate to events and develop projects

Indigenous Peoples at the UN – useful links

IFAD’s Indigenous Peoples Glossary/Glossaire sur les peuples autochtones/Glosario sobre los pueblos indígenas

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