During this week, we will be learning and exchanging the latest when it comes to local action and upstream policy interventions on wild foods. Our goal is to increase awareness, support for, and recognition of indigenous peoples and local communities (IPLC), and wild foods for food security, health, and community resilience towards an enabling policy environment for inclusive food systems.
This event is for anyone interested in building inclusive food systems in Asia during this decade of action towards 2030. From the main sessions to interactive side events, we have something for everyone – from community members, practitioners, activists, to those working across the academia, private and public sectors. We will be reflecting on practices and policies, gathering insights and recommendations on wild foods across the region.
Join us on March 8-12 as we continue our conversations and dialogues on the importance of wild foods and the role that each of us can play in making our food systems more inclusive and sustainable.