In our 2019 Annual Report, you will find a look back at a year of mobilizing for change.
Inter Pares counterpart Tiniguena is playing a key role during the pandemic.
Collaboration between mothers-in-law and daughters-in-law in India has been transformative.
Inter Pares mourns the death of Ibrahim Ouedraogo, a giant of agroecology and the struggle for food sovereignty in Africa.
Program manager Eric Chaurette shares his ten-year collaboration with Cathleen, a tireless leader for food sovereignty who passed away this spring.
In the fall of 2008, two Inter Pares collaborators, Cathleen Kneen and Moe Garahan, shared experiences and lessons learned across generations of food activism.
Assétou Kafando is the president of the women farmers’ association in the small city of Dedougou in Burkina Faso, West Africa.
Augusta Henriques cofounded Tiniguena, whose name means “this land is ours,” to help Bissau-Guineans steward their country’s rich natural and cultural resources.