On 11 January 2021, TABLE and the Global Alliance for the Future of Food hosted a panel discussion centred around the “Politics of knowledge”, the first section of the Global Alliance report: Understanding the evidence for Agroecology, Regenerative approaches, and Indigenous foodways. The panel discussed what knowledge and evidence counts and to whom, and who decides which evidence is legitimate for making policy or ushering in food systems transformation.
- Francisco Rosado-May (report contributor) Founding President and Full Professor, Universidad Intercultural Maya de Quintana Roo Member (Mayan Intercultural University and works with The Indigenous Partnership for Agrobiodiversity and Food Sovereignty.
- Hassan Roba (report contributor) Program Officer for the African Rift Valley for The Christensen Fund
- Sara Farley, Managing Director, Integrated Operations, Food Initiative, The Rockefeller Foundation
- Tim Searchinger, Senior Fellow and Technical Director, Food Program, World Resources Institute
- Ken Giller, Professor of plant production systems, Wageningen University
- Lauren Baker Senior Director of Programmes, Global Alliance for the Future of Food, serving on TABLE Advisory board
0:10-0:30 Opening statements
0:30-1:00 Moderated discussion between panelists
1:00-1:15 Audience Q&A
1:15-1:30 Closing reflections
1:25-1:30 Summary remarks
We're curious to hear your views about the politics of knowledge in relation to agroecology, regenerative agriculture and indigenous farming systems. Continue the conversation on our community platform.
Please find the recording below and we'll soon link to additional resources as we develop our power theme.
12 Jan 2022