The pandemic has revealed deep inequalities in our societies and the vulnerabilities of a globalized and heavily concentrated food system that needs to change.
When we talk about addressing inequality or women’s rights, the focus is generally on spending tax dollars – for example, creating a day care progr
Sari Tudiver, Chairperson of the Inter Pares Board of Directors, reflects on how communities mobilized for change in 2019.
In our 2019 Annual Report, you will find a look back at a year of mobilizing for change.
Assétou Samaké, plant geneticist from Mali, explains how women and biodiversity are the cornerstones of Africa’s food security.