Between 2000 and 2011, Global Diversity Foundation’s International Programme promoted biocultural diversity through training, documentation and networking opportunities. We established the Biocultural Diversity Learning Network, organising seminars, workshops and trainings at regional and international scales on the topic, while maintaining an online repository of resources on biocultural diversity and active engagement through social media. In 2012, we created the Global Environments Network (GEN), through which we now channel most of our international work. 

Our International Programme now focuses on sharing methodological innovations and working with like-minded individuals and organisations in partnerships that advocate to protect the natural environment and enhance people’s wellbeing. 


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