This meeting will take place from September 16-19 in Lorica, Cordoba department, Colombia, aiming to strengthen the capacities of local communities related to their initiatives of territorial biocultural management. The event is organized by CENSAT Agua Viva – Friends of the Earth Colombia, Fundaexpresión and the Global Forest Coalition. At global level it is widely known that indigenous peoples, black and local communities play a key role in the preservation of unique cultures and lifestyles and in the implementation of ecosystem protection and restoration strategies. Real World Radio, with the collaboration of CENSAT Agua Viva, will cover this “National Meeting on Community Forest and Territory Management”.
28 September 2016 | Interviews | National Meeting on Community Forest and Territory Management
In a historical day for the Colombian and Latin American people, the government led by Juan Manuel Santos and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) signed a peace agreement that represents a landmark in the long search for peace in this country. In this constant work towards peace with social and environmental justice we find many environmental social movements and organizations, peasants, Afro-descendant people, indigenous people, who understand that the negotiations that just ended are still far from combatting the threats to this peace with social and environmental justice. Read more
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