Join us

Discover the many ways you can be a part of the UN Decade of Family Farming 2019-2028.

Here are some ideas to get you started.

Share the message

Inform, educate and engage your audiences on the topic of family farming. Join the conversation online using the hashtag #FamilyFarming and share stories and related activities. Ask your partners and people in your network to do the same! Get the media involved by pitching stories about family farmers.

Add the UNDFF emblem to your page

Update your web page with the UNDFF emblem and link it to the website for the UNDFF. Remember to consult the branding guidelines to check where to position the UNDFF emblem!

Place the UNDFF emblem on communication materials

Use the emblem on non-commercial communication materials (brochures, flyers, posters, maps, stickers, etc.) Remember that you cannot modify the UNDFF emblem. You can find the guidelines for using the emblem and visual identity here.

Work with community media and engage farmer organizations

Community media provide a unique platform for family farmers and their organizations to make their voices heard, and keep them informed about issues that are important to them. Work with community media and the communication focal points of local producer organizations to provide a space for family farmers to tell their stories and share their views. Programs that celebrate the diversity of family farming and highlight their contributions to food security and sustainable development will help to raise awareness of the key role that family farmers play both in their local contexts and worldwide.

Feature your stories on family farming

We need your help to collecting stories that showcase the contributions of family farmers and/or highlight the challenges they face. These can come from farmers themselves, but also from the people or institutions that work with them. You can use the template provided here as a basis for stories. Submit your story with photos to [email protected] to have it featured on the UNDFF’s website!

Plan an event/exhibition

Celebrate the UNDFF with a workshop, conference, festival, radio program, video, podcast, etc. aimed at the general public or a specific audience.