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Indigenous Terra Madre

Organized for the first time in 2011 in Jokkmokk, Sweden, Indigenous Terra Madre was Slow Food’s first event dedicated entirely to Indigenous peoples. The event brought together representatives of Indigenous communities from around the world to discuss how to bring their knowledge and vision of food production into modern times. The next Indigenous Terra Madre meeting will be held in Meghalaya, northeast India in 2015.

Articles found: 8

Sàpmi | 29/08/2013 | In 2011 in Jokkmokk, Sweden, Slow Food’s first Terra Madre event to focus specifically on Indigenous issues...

Sweden | 08/08/2011 | Moving on from Indigenous Terra Madre with a shared statement to guide work to safeguard Indigenous...

Sweden | 01/08/2011 | The traditional Sámi dish that bonded a Swedish chef and Australian Aboriginal elder during Indigenous Terra...

Sweden | 07/07/2011 | See striking photographs from the event that celebrated the biodiversity of culture and humanity…

Sweden | 23/06/2011 | As delegates from Indigenous Terra Madre head home from Jokkmokk, Sweden, the need to protect ancient...

Sweden | 18/06/2011 | Three voices from the many faces and cultures represented at the Indigenous Terra Madre meeting taking place...

Sweden | 17/06/2011 | Slow Food Sápmi welcomes native peoples from around the world as the first Terra Madre Indigenous gathering...

Sweden | 24/05/2011 | The food and agricultural knowledge of Indigenous food communities to be celebrated next month at their first...


 

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