Submitted by PABLO DíAZ MEEKS on 06/11/2017 on BIOCULTURAL DIVERSITY
It is very likely that the great disagreement registered among the delegates of the nine peoples with the Chilean government, regarding the definition of "indigenous territory", will be precisely that this concept appeals to a claim that exceeds the exclusive demand for land restitution , which implies the exercise of a set of practices associated with a cultural system that is what gives flesh to the processes of self-government of a "national community".
Submitted by KATE TURNER on 24/05/2017 on BIOCULTURAL DIVERSITY
Tarija Valley - The edible biocultural heritage of a place is a key focus in many rural and regional development plans, programs and initiatives in various parts of the world.
Submitted by FABIOLA LEIVA on 23/01/2017 on BIOCULTURAL DIVERSITY
"A municipal and citizen management; A new cultural management based on the role of the municipality as action articulator and facilitator of so many actors: artists, managers, communicators and activists (they exist in Valparaiso, the articulation of efforts for visible common objectives, no)".
Submitted by CLAUDIA RANABOLDO on 06/06/2016 on BIOCULTURAL DIVERSITY
The thematic of Short Supply Chains (SSCs) linked to family farming and small scale producers and entrepreneurs’ inclusion into the market is acquiring more and more importance in the public and private development agendas in Latin America and in other regions in the world.
Submitted by ALESSANDRO MARTINOTTI on 08/01/2016 on BIOCULTURAL DIVERSITY
Long ago the debates about the unchained processes for the globalization are focused in the exponential growing of the interchange of ideas, goods and services, due to – by one side – the extensive use of the mass media and – by the other side – the growing of the tourism activity at global level and the arising of new destinations, located mostly in countries in ways of development.