Contents with tag: Latin America
IBON International statement
Cambiando las mareas por la Justicia Climatica: La necesidad de Justicia para el Desarollo
08 de Diciembre de 2014, 9:00 - 11:00
Sindicato Unitario de Trabajadores de Telefónica del Perú – PISO. 12
Save the Date: Seminar at Peoples' Summit vs Climate Change
SAVE THE DATE
6 december 2014, 11:30am to 13:00
Sipan (300), Cuartel General del Ejercito del Peru
(COP 20 Venue) Lima, Peru
6 de diciembre de 2014 , de las 11:30 am a las 13:00
Sipán (300), Cuartel General del Ejército del Perú
Lima (Lugar de celebración de la COP 20) , Perú
Peoples Coalition for Food Sovereignty - Latin America and the Caribbean (PCFS)
Paper contribution for Social PRECOP 2014
Last November 4-7, 2014, representatives of civil society and social movements from around the world gathered in Margarita Island in Venezuela for the Social PreCOP on Climate Change to present their analysis and demands for a meaningful climate action in preparation for the UN climate summit in Lima, Peru.
IBON International Director Antonio Tujan Jr shares some insights and concerns in an interview after the recent 5th Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation (GPEDC) Steering Committee (SC) Meeting.
Organized by the Instituto Giramundo Mutuando, a member-organization of the People’s Coalition on Food Sovereignty (PCFS), University of the State of Sao Paulo (UNESP) together with UFSCAR and the Movement of Landless Rural Workers, the Third International Meeting on Agroecology was launched last July 31. The organizers expect more than 2,000 participants including students, teachers, and producers in Brazil, Latin America, and other parts of the world.
VALPARAISO, Chile—An international conference on Women on Small-Scale Fisheries was held last June 5-7 composed of delegations from Costa Rica, Brazil, Nicaragua, Peru, Honduras, Salvador, and parts of Chile. The event was organized by the National Confederation of Artisanal Fishermen of Chile (CONAPACH) to discuss issues faced by artisanal fisherfolk and the national fishing law in Chile. Other matters also included in the discussion were issues concerning the Voluntary Guidelines for Small-Scale Fisherfolk of FAO and the discrimination on women’s work in the sea.