Help protect the lives of those who take care of the Amazon forest. An urgent plea to support the Ashaninka in the fight against COVID-19. The Ashaninka for the Forest Peoples' campaign starts on July 2nd.
Dr. Egleé Zent, who leads the "No one should die of malaria today" project, hears exciting news about the ongoing effects of the nets and malarial treatment medications delivered to remote communities in Venezuela.
Nï jotï aiye: jkyo jkwainï (Jotï Community Book: History, Territory and Life) offers loving evidence of these Indigenous communities’ commitment to conserving their ecological and cultural knowledge and wellbeing.
GEN Director Nessie Reid writes about GEN's involvement in the Flourishing Diversity Series, which involved leading the Gaia Spirit Movement and helping facilitate sessions at the Flourishing Diversity Summit: a unique opportunity to listen, dialogue and participate with Indigenous leaders from across the world.
Four GEN members - Ugo D’Ambrosio, Anna Varga, Emma Courtine and Aili Pyhälä - reunited in Valsaín, Spain in March 2019 for the event "Territories of Life: Areas conserved by indigenous peoples and local communities."
Egleé Zent, project leader of the "Alleviating malaria in Venezuela" project, shares a detailed update on efforts to purchase and transport mosquito nets to three remote Indigenous communities to prevent further spread of malarial infection and catastrophic loss of life.
Maribel Hernández López developed a language revitalisation project, with support from the Network's Alumni Fund for the purchase of a projector, microphone, writing and craft supplies for the project's educational activities.
GEN members from around the world joined the session A New Generation of Environmental Leaders Embrace Whole Earth Conservation to share their stories of contribution to the Whole Earth approach and showcase the diverse countries, disciplines and sectors that GEN represents.
How to engage scientists and other knowledge holders in biodiversity-related science-policy interfaces, such as Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services and Convention on Biological Diversity.
GESA 2013 participants collaborate in a new project, carrying out case study research that explores commonalities and differences between diverse social, economic, and cultural approaches to food sovereignty, examining how they are redefining the current food paradigm and what ‘food sovereignty’ means in practice in different contexts.