Women and agroecology
The latest issue of Farming Matters: Women forging change with agroecology
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.
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.
A new multimedia publication explores the meaning and politics of agroecology from social movement perspectives. Read more
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?