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Women and agroecology

The latest issue of Farming Matters: Women forging change with agroecology

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newstdok.jpgThe diversity of knowledge: new publication now out

Knowledge about agrobiodiversity is among the most valuable assets held by family farmers. But how to build an international knowledge community? A new booklet presents the lessons learnt by key actors in the Agricultural Biodiversity Community.
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Photo: IFPRIAgroecology: a success in Africa

Cases

Agroecology is not new for Africa. It has existed for generations, as evidenced by these seven inspiring agroecological initiatives driven by farmers from across Africa.
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Photo: Andres VerzijlThe wisdom of water

Magazines

The latest issue of our magazines reveals how family farming based on agroecology is key to better water management.
Read: Farming Matters | LEISA India | LEISA Revista de agroecología

image_mini.jpegPolitics of agroecology

News

A new multimedia publication explores the meaning and politics of agroecology from social movement perspectives. Read more

Brave new peasantsBrave new peasants

Youth and agriculture

There is a growing trend of young people without an agricultural background choosing farming as a way of life – this is happening worldwide. Who are these youth, why are they changing their lives and why are they working with agroecology?
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