Biodiversity

Indigenous Women’s Movement of the Xingu Indigenous Reservation Association

Indigenous Women’s Movement of the Xingu Indigenous Reservation Association

ATIX Mulher (Brazil) is the female branch of the Indigenous organisation of Women’s Movement of the Xingu Indigenous Reservation Association. During the pandemic in 2020, the inhabitants of the Xingu Indigenous Reservation were heavily affected in their food security. Atix Mulher has campaigned for food, hygiene products and agricultural tools for the 16 ethnic groups of the reservation. It has helped gather food donations and has set out a collective crowdfunding that has benefitted 130 villages. Currently, items such as crafts and honey, produced by the villagers, help with capital to keep the small agriculture-based businesses running.

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ACCTING Webinar: Building resilience to natural disasters

ACCTING Webinar: Building resilience to natural disasters

Based on insights developed in ACCTING research activities and experience from related projects and initiatives, this webinar explores ... read more

Webinar: Strengthening food security through gender+ inclusive and sustainable small-scale farming

Webinar: Strengthening food security through gender+ inclusive and sustainable small-scale farming

ACCTING is delighted to host an online webinar on “Rooted in equality: Strengthening food security through gender+ inclusive and ... read more

Ensuring an Inclusive Farm to Fork Strategy: ACCTING Policy Brief #2

Ensuring an Inclusive Farm to Fork Strategy: ACCTING Policy Brief #2

In this second policy brief, the ACCTING team outlines selected recommendations relating to the transition to sustainable food ... read more

ACCTING’s agenda for future research

ACCTING’s agenda for future research

The agenda for future research developed by ACCTING aims to pave the way for effective policymaking and implementation by serving as a ... read more

First meeting with the ten ACCTING pilot projects

First meeting with the ten ACCTING pilot projects

On 23 and 24 January, the ACCTING consortium organised a workshop on the evaluation of the impact of the pilot projects. read more

Marginalised communities’ access to healthy and sustainable food: Stories from Thessaloniki

Marginalised communities’ access to healthy and sustainable food: Stories from Thessaloniki

ACCTING is co-hosting an online webinar on marginalised communities' access to healthy and sustainable food together with ... read more

ACCTING Policy Brief #1: For an inclusive and socially just European Green Deal

ACCTING Policy Brief #1: For an inclusive and socially just European Green Deal

For an inclusive and socially just European Green Deal: Integrating gendered and intersectional perspectives in Green Deal policies The read more

ACCTING Factsheet: Local is beautiful

ACCTING Factsheet: Local is beautiful

Gender+ inclusive agricultural policies and civil society practices for and with small farmers  Agriculture and rural areas are central read more

ACCTING Factsheet: Inclusive civil society for an inclusive Green Deal

ACCTING Factsheet: Inclusive civil society for an inclusive Green Deal

Towards a civil society with greater social impact, in solidarity with vulnerable groups  Non-governmental organisations play a key ... read more

ACCTING Factsheet: Empowering employees to help mitigate Climate Change – A business-employees alliance promoting behavioural change towards achieving Green Deal goals

ACCTING Factsheet: Empowering employees to help mitigate Climate Change – A business-employees alliance promoting behavioural change towards achieving Green Deal goals

Empowering employees to become agents of change  Recognising the important role that companies can play towards fighting Climate Change read more

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