Through our North America regional programme, we organised our third regional GEN community exchange in Mexico and our first GEN regional academy in the Okanagan region in Canada’s British Columbia. Across the Atlantic Ocean, in the Moroccan High Atlas, we launched our integrated High Atlas Cultural Landscapes Programme and doubled the size of our Moroccan team. We also held our first GEN community exchange in Europe on the topic of seed diversity and access.
2016 Annual Report
In all of Global Diversity Foundation’s programmes, we spent time in 2016 for internal reflection, strategising and programme development. In our North America regional programme, we began organising two Indigenous-centred Global Environments Network events, which will take place in rapid succession in the Spring of 2017, also launching a new theme of interest for GDF: arts for social and environmental justice…
15 Year Report (2000-2015)
Global Diversity Foundation’s work began in 2000 with a broad vision of supporting agricultural, biological and cultural diversity. We have sought to promote biocultural diversity around the world through research, training and practical action. Over the last 15 years – in the field with communities and internationally with environmental changemakers – our mission has evolved to encompass a focus on environmental and social justice, community resilience and wellbeing in the face of global change.