The Biodiversity and Community Health Initiative is a partnership of leading agencies and stakeholders working at the biodiversity–health nexus to advance poverty reduction and sustainable development.
WIN’s first forum discussion will be on the topic of the upcoming United Nations Conference on Small Island Developing States (SIDS) and will begin July 8 2014 at 10:00 AM EST.
In their Tedx talk “Twice Upon a Time,” Mikaela Griffiths and Ruth Mirams, co-founders of the NGO Paramodic, discuss their approach to keeping the oral histories and languages…
“Our livelihood is our land and the cows,” Beatrice Lemparia explains as she begins to describe life as an indigenous Mukogodo Maasai woman.
There is an opportunity for indigenous peoples and local communities to dedicate three days, prior to the actual World Parks Congress, to a community dialogue…
Every two years, ILC initiates a membership expansion process during which new organisations join the Coalition to pursue the common goal of promoting secure equitable access to land for poor rural people.
There will be opportunities during the Small Island Developing States Conference in Apia, Samoa this September for stakeholders to organize parallel events.
Groups who wish you use the World Parks Congress in November as an opportunity to organize a meeting or event may apply to host a parallel event.
The Convention on Biological Diversity is now accepting applications from representatives of indigenous and local communities to attend this year’s Conference of Parties.
WIN is pleased to announce an opportunity to receive support to attend a regional capacity-building workshop for the Pacific region on traditional knowledge and customary sustainable use…