After a year of work, discussion, and thematic preparation, in November 28to 30, 2014 in San Miguel, near Santiago de Chile, will take place the Second Conference of the National Association of Rural and Indigenous Women of Chile (ANAMURI). This gathering will have about a thousand of rural and indigenous women coming from Arica (Northern end) to Magallanes (South),
Chile. Part of the agenda of this conference are the political education in Agroecology, native and farmer’s seeds as heritage of the peoples in service of humanity, and strengthening partnerships to produce a change in the matter of Food Sovereignty.
"It´s our turn to speak!", under this slogan over 500 women members of Chilean organizations met this weekend at the 2nd National Congress of the National Rural and Indigenous Women Association (ANAMURI) to discuss around the political role of rural indigenous women in the countryside and agriculture in Chile and Latin America. See gallery
about seeds and their significance in the Second Conference of this Chilean feminist organization Later this month Santiago, Chile will be hosting the second National Conference of the National Association of Rural and Indigenous Women (ANAMURI). Read more
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