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Indigenous food systems, biocultural heritage and the SDGs: challenges, interdisciplinary research gaps and empowering methodologies

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Indigenous Peoples’ food systems have a critical role to play in addressing the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) but face many challenges and have so far received little attention from researchers and policymakers.

This virtual workshop, consisting of four webinars held in October 2020, brought together several Indigenous representatives, academics, NGOs and UN agencies to explore the issue further and promote new dialogue on Indigenous food systems.

How to cite:
Swiderska, K., Ryan, P. (2021). Indigenous food systems, biocultural heritage and the SDGs: challenges, interdisciplinary research gaps and empowering methodologies.
  • IIED, London

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