Stay tuned to this section to find out what’s happening around you regarding land rights, gender, climate change, conflict and Indigenous Peoples events. You will find a listing of our events and the events we will be attending below.
The Rainforest Journalism Fund and Tenure Facility will be holding an event on the importance of fostering connections between indigenous or local storytellers and journalism on Thursday, November 26, 14:00 to 15:30 GMT.
The Tenure Facility in partnership with the Swedish International Agriculture Network Initiative (SIANI) will host the 2020 Learning Exchange, providing a vital platform for our partners and other friends of the Tenure Facility to discuss and share their experiences in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The online event will be held from Tuesday November 10 to Friday November 13, 2020, 1500-1730 CET.
Click on this link for registration and further information.
Join world’s largest online biodiversity conference GLF Biodiversity Digital Conference: One World – One Health and our Executive Director, Nonette Royo on this informative session to inform the global conversation on how to protect and sustainably use the variety of life forms on the planet through a rights-based approach.
Technodigenous: Inspiring Indigenous Technologies and Future Partnerships is an event co-created with Nia Tero.The event aspires to create a platform for the interactive gathering of Indigenous People and technologists, leading to a better understanding of different perspectives around technology. Technodigenous will launch online with three virtual convening sessions on October 6-8, 2020. Click here to learn more about the event and register.
The Nature for Life Hub will offer a virtual venue for multiple events as part of the four-day program. Hub organizers will work with champions, mobilizers, leaders and speakers who inspire and engage global audiences. The event will be hold online. Follow our Executive Director, Nonette Royo’s talk in session 3.4 Local action day, Global Impact. The event will be on Tuesday 29 September 2020 from 1 pm – 2:30 pm EDT.
This series of three webinars will bring indigenous and non-indigenous leaders to a virtual roundtable to discuss both the key effects that COVID-19 is generating in their communities as well as possible solutions and the way forward. These webinars will focus on public health, climate change and biodiversity and the regulatory rollback versus a ‘green recovery.
In this webinar organised by Tenure Facility, Land Portal and Ford Foundation on September 17th at 15:00-16:300 CEST, we will explore the effects of regulatory rollbacks on indigenous communities, but will center upon how indigenous communities can benefit from and contribute to global efforts to scale up green investments, financing and transitioning to a just and sustainable green economy.
In this webinar organised by Tenure Facility, Land Portal and Ford Foundation on September 10th at 15:00-16:30 CEST, we will explore the resilience of Indigenous Peoples and their capacity to face the impacts of climate change and their community responses based upon fine-tuned local knowledge. It will explore direct actions being taken by indigenous communities to defend their territories against those who seek to profit from the COVID-19 crisis and undermine these efforts.
In this webinar organised by Tenure Facility, Land Portal and Ford Foundation on September 2nd at 15:00-16:30 CEST, we will discuss the connection between land rights, climate and Indigenous Peoples’ health. Basing the discussion on the evidence environmental degradation and poor resources management will bring more zoo-tropic diseases.
This SEI organised webinar discussion will touch upon topics like the Paris Agreement on Climate Change not mentioning fossil fuels and how can the Paris Agreement’s long-term goals be achieved without phasing fossil fuels out? There are big policy dilemmas in trying to organise a phase out. Professor Joyeeta Gupta, and a group of panelists, including our Executive Director Nonette Royo, will be part of this webinar on September 2nd from 15:00-17:00 CEST.
FMIPA UI invites your participation in the MIPATalk series 11 – Book Discussion with theme: “Civic Engagement in Natural Resources and the Role of Women as Agents of Change” where our Executive Director Nonette Royo will be part of the conversation. The live stream will take place Friday August 28, 2020 at 04.00-06.00 PM (GMT +7). Make sure you do not miss it!
In this webinar organised by FILAC on August 25th, 18:00-19:30 CEST, we will generate a space of collective intelligence with the different key indigenous organisations in Latin America and the Caribbean, which allows the collection of perceptions and experiences on the operation of the GCF and its accessibility, identifying the challenges and solutions to achieve sustainable development aligned with the GCF principles and global development agendas. This webinar will be in Spanish and English with simultaneous translation.
In this webinar representatives from African Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) and Indigenous Peoples will discuss strategies to engage with the GCF processes at all levels- local, national, regional and international.
The Webinar was co -organised by the Pan African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA) which serves as the Regional GCF Watch node for Africa, Power Shift Africa, Christian Aid Kenya which hosts the role of the Alternate Active Observer for developing countries (Africa region) to the GCF and the Tenure Facility.