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30 Aug 2018
The call is now open until September 5th! Participate! Under the framework of the Global Campaign for the Empowerment of Indigenous Women for Zero Hunger, FAO and Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact (AIPP) launch the “Indigenous women and food security in Asia” Photo contest. We invite all indigenous women from Asia to participate in this initiative that seeks to highlight the different ways in which indigenous women contribute to food security and the economic and social development of their communities. The best ten photos will be part of a photographic exhibition that will take place in FAO headquarters and in international forums, to raise...
09 Aug 2018
El Director General de la FAO, José Graziano da Silva, ha instado a los países a sumarse a una campaña para promover los derechos de las mujeres indígenas y alentar su participación en las discusiones sobre políticas, para alcanzar el Objetivo de Desarrollo Sostenible del Hambre Cero. Haz clic aquí para ver el video.  "Pedimos a los países que den un paso adelante y garanticen la participación las mujeres indígenas en los procesos de formulación de...
09 Aug 2018
There are 185 million indigenous women worldwide. They are fisherwomen, pastoralists, hunter-gatherers and defenders of their lands and natural resources. Despite their economic and social contribution, indigenous women are often excluded from decision-making processes. Their work is often undervalued and unpaid, and their rights are not always respected. Which is why we need to raise the voices of Indigenous women says Yon Fernandez de Larrinoa, FAO's Indigenous Peoples Team Leader.   Listen to the podcast here!
08 Aug 2018
Se estima que en el mundo existen más de 185 millones de mujeres indígenas. Pertenecen a diferentes regiones y culturas, y aunque su forma de vida y sus tradiciones no son iguales, en su mayoría todas juegan un rol crucial para garantizar la seguridad alimentaria de sus comunidades, y para proteger los recursos naturales de los cuales nos beneficiamos los más de 7 mil millones de habitantes del mundo. Las mujeres indígenas participan en múltiples actividades productivas y contribuyen al desarrollo económico y social de sus comunidades. Son pescadoras, agricultoras, pastoras y guardianas de los bosques, entre muchos otros roles.   “Pero en...
26 Jul 2018
Under the framework of the Global Campaign for the Empowerment of Indigenous Women for Zero Hunger, FAO and Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact (AIPP) launch the “Indigenous women and food security in Asia” Photo contest. We invite all indigenous women from Asia to participate in this initiative that seeks to highlight the different ways in which indigenous women contribute to food security and the economic and social development of their communities. The best ten photos will be part of a photographic exhibition that will take place in FAO headquarters and...