A special event for young participants prior to the World Agroforestry Conference in Monpellier this May. The overall objective of ARTrees learning village is to induct the beginning of a community of
practice upon selected young participants attending Agroforestry 2019 and to foster links with senior
leading researchers. This as a means to trigger their positive impact at the congress. There is a critical need for training and support programmes to help both young graduates and young researchers get prepared for a successful development of their professional career. By attending ARTrees learning village participants will have the chance to reflect and take action for building up an accomplished professional trajectory.
One week, 20 participants, experienced team of experts and mentors. Collective research work on the field, seconded by a mentoring program, with results to be presented to non-expert audience
Learn more on the program and how to apply here
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Join us on International Women’s Day in conversation with three inspiring women who are flipping paradigms, breaking glass ceilings, and innovating to combat inequality and strengthen rights for local communities. Power imbalances and marginalization run rampant in our world, affecting farmers, indigenous peoples, women, local communities, and even everyday citizens. In this Digital Summit, speakers will present their experiences in using innovation and technology to bridge the gap — from implementing authentic bottom-up approaches to give farmers a leading role on an international stage or data democratizing through open source tools that empower local communities. Get inspired by these stories and learn to face global challenges with a creative and innovative spirit.
Luisa Volpe, Head of Policy Development, World Farmers’ Organization
Hajar Benelcadi, Senior EO Data Analyst, Mundialis GmbH & Co. KG
Neha Misra, Co-Founder and Chief Collaboration Officer, Solar Sister