Over the past 10 years WE ARE proud to have:
- Pioneered Indigenous Food Festivals in Mongolia, Sweden, Northern Kenya and India.
- We worked with Slow Food International, the Government of Meghalaya, NESFAS and 41 indigenous communities of Meghalaya to organise in Shillong, North East India, the 4-day ITM 2015 where 148 indigenous communities from 48 countries participated
- Raised awareness, corrected misinformation and built solidarity networks across hundreds and thousands of workshops, dialogues and event participants.
- Commissioned research and collated case studies on the principles of intercultural agroecology schools and indigenous wellbeing studies.
- Initiated a unique Indigenous Fellowship Programme as its practical Theory of Change by developing critical skills in indigenous youths to drive change in their communities and organisations.