Be inspired by farming success stories from around the world, told by the people who are creating them!
Regeneration International (RI) is thrilled to host the third People’s Food Summit, World Food Day, October 16, 2023.
This will be the third time Regeneration International will host the People’s Food Summit. This unique event is a major 24-hour event celebration of World Food Day, October 16, 2023, featuring exciting speakers from every region of our planet.
The 2021 and 2022 events were spectacularly successful, with over 500,000 people, each time, from all regions of our world, tuning in to watch and listen to our numerous speakers and their essential topics.
In 2022, we promoted videos that we regarded as highlights of each region and reached another 700,000 views, bringing the total views to 1,200,000. Because we reached so many people, this event had a very high impact and will continue connect people through regeneration and food sovereignty.
The People’s Food Summit enhances the connectedness of global work amongst numerous like-minded organizations. We seek to engage hundreds of thousands by exchanging information and sharing inspiring stories.
1. Information Exchange
2. Creating connections where different groups can continue working together afterwards
3. Stimulating a citizen-led research and storytelling journey
4. Starting a partnership where RI continues to enable the scale-up of projects
5. Increasing the reach of this vital information to hundreds of thousands of people
It is the only 24-hour global, participatory, virtual summit starting in Oceania and moving westwards through the time zones of Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Europe, Latin America, and North America. The People’s Food Summit is a truly participatory summit that empowers most of the world’s food producers: the family farmers, pastoralists, and foresters who produce 70% of our food. Regenerative organic agriculture, agroecology, and climate change are featured in the summit.
We intend to expand this format for the 2023 summits and continue to present the proven, farmer-based, real-world examples that are the future of our food and farming systems. These include agroecology, organic and regenerative farming, permaculture, agroforestry, holistically managed grazing, and many other systems.
More information at: https://regenerationinternational.org/peoples-food-summit