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Lunedì 4 ottobre - Quale futuro per le giovani donne in agricoltura?

feed the planet

Sunday October 4th h.10.30-12.30

Superstudio, Gallery 1, Purple Room

Eroi ed eroine del futuro. Dal 4 ottobre 2500 giovani agricoltori, pescatori, casari, allevatori, studenti e chef provenienti da 120 Paesi si ritrovano a Milano per Terra Madre Giovani We Feed the Planet. Quattro giorni di incontri, momenti di scambio, approfondimenti e workshop tematici. Un’occasione concreta e vera per discutere il futuro del nostro cibo, perché vogliamo nutrire il pianeta senza devastarlo.

Tra gli incontri in programma il dibattito Donne in Agricoltura, dalle ore 10.30 alle 12.30, allo Superstudio Più, Purple Room Purple Room, organizzato da Oxfam, Fondazione ACRA, Fondazioni for Africa Burkina Faso e Il Ministero degli Affari Esteri e della Cooperazione Internazionale.

Quale futuro per le giovani donne in agricoltura? In questa discussione interattiva si cercherà di identificare insieme a Zayaan Khan (Slow Food Youth Network Sud Africa), Bianca Pomeranzi (Senior Gender Advisor per Genere e Sviluppo, Ministero degli Affari Esteri Italiano), Dennis Aviles (Consigliere su Agricoltura Sostenibile e Genere, Oxfam) e Dilani Renuka Chandrarathne (coltivatrice di riso, Sri Lanka) specifici ostacoli che le donne si trovano ad affrontare in termini di uguaglianza nell’accesso alle risorse.

Seguono i tavoli di discussione. Ad animarli anche una delegazione di donne dal Burkina Faso che lavorano con lavorano con Fondazioni for Africa Burkina Faso. Balkissa Thiombiano, Mano Ouali, Clemence Ouedrago, Nadine Coulidiati, Rachelle Zoungrana, Pagnan Ilboudoche  a loro è affidata la presentazione di buone pratiche messe in atto da donne che sono state in grado di migliorare la propria posizione, attraverso impresa ed educazione.

“Il mio sogno? – dice Balkissa Thiombiano - Che le donne impiegate in agricoltura possano godere degli stessi diritti degli uomini, che il loro lavoro venga riconosciuto e che ne siano soddisfatte. Perché con il loro lavoro le donne nutrono il Pianeta”.

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PROGRAM

Plenary session: h. 10.30 – 11.25

  • Introduction to the workshop and moderation of the plenary session:

Ms. Zayaan Khan, Slow Food Youth Network - 10’

  • Inspiring and emblematic story of women in agriculture:
    Ms. Dilani Renuka Chandrarathne, Rice Producer from Sri Lanka (Oxfam’s delegate) - 15’

  • Presentation of the topics of discussion at the working groups:

Ms. Dennis Aviles, Sustainable Agriculture and Gender advisor, Oxfam - 30’

NB: In the plenary session there is translation in French, Spanish and Italian

 

Working groups: h. 11.30 – 12.30

The discussion in working groups will be organized under 3 main topics.

There will be 9 working groups:

  • 3 in English: covering each topic
  • 2 in Spanish: covering topic 1 and topic 2
  • 4 in French: covering each topic, and twice topic 3.

NB: The working groups in French language will open the discussion around the given topic starting with an inspiring story (not more than 10’) from a Burkina Faso women farmer (Acra leading the selection of stories).


TOPIC 1: The multiple dimensions of women in agriculture

  • Considering that access to education, land use, knowledge, training, resources and technology are requisites for women's equality in the agricultural sector, please discuss factors that enable and factors that hinder women having this access. Try to capture best practices and experiences to share.

  • Is there a difference between the way young women and older women face these challenges?


TOPIC 2: Women's empowerment in agriculture

  • What are the limits and opportunities that the current hegemonic agro-industrial approach to agriculture pose to women's empowerment?

  • How would an approach to agriculture that empowers women, particularly young women, look like?


TOPIC 3: The invisible issues of women in agriculture

  • What role do social norms, violence against women and unpaid care work play in preventing or fostering women benefitting from opportunities in the agricultural sector?

  • What actions could civil society and governments take to address these issues?

 

ORGANIZATIONAL ISSUES

Setting of the purple room

The room will be organized so to have 9 tables already with at least 10-15 chairs around and a sign on each table indicating the language (English, French or Spanish).

Participants will be free to choose their table according to the language they prefer working with.

Participants will follow the plenary session already in this setting around the table. In this way we save time avoiding to make up the groups.

Responsibility: Slow Food to ensure that the setting will be ready in this way on Sunday morning

 

Moderators of the working groups

Each working group will have 1 moderator (from Oxfam, Slow Food, Acra, Fondazioni for Africa).

Moderators don’t need to be very much expert of gender issues in agriculture. What it’s needed is that each moderator can ensure a good discussion at each table. This means: to focus all participants on the topic of the discussion, to ensure all participants have enough space to contribute at the discussion, to keep the time, to take notes about major highlights coming from the discussion, wrap up at the end of the discussion so to identify at least 1 or 2 main messages that participants agree should be delivered at the end of the Forum on this specific theme of empowering women in agriculture.

 

We will ask Dennis Aviles expert on gender issues to be available during the working groups to go around and each table could ask her quick support for specific questions participants could have during the discussion.

 

List of moderators:

English Tables:
1) Giorgia Ceccarelli from Oxfam

2) Federica Corsi from Oxfam

3) Maarteen or Juliana from Slow Food Network

 

Spanish Tables:
1) Francesco Torrigiani from Oxfam

2) Teresa Freu from Slow Food Network

 

French Tables:

1) Silvia Russo from Acra

2) Ilaria Caramia from Fondazioni for Africa

3 Fabio Ammar Acra

4) Giovanni Sartor Manitese

5) Balkissa Thiombiano Acra

6) Mano Ouali ACRA
7) Clemence Ouedrago LVIA
8) Nadine Coulidiati CISV
9)  Rachelle Zoungrana Manitese
10) Pagnan Ilboudo Manitese

 

Responsibility: each organization has to confirm to Federica Corsi by Friday 2 Oct cob names and contacts of moderators. If we have more moderators available we can also have more table and smaller groups at each table.

 

Meeting of the working groups

All moderators are asked to meet at 9.00 on Sunday 4 Oct in the Purple Room. This meeting of about 1 hour will ensure to better coordinate what is requested to each moderator and to allocate one topic to each moderator.

 

Responsibility: Oxfam will ensure to coordinate the meeting and to bring materials that could be useful. Each moderator has to bring his/her own laptop for taking notes (if not possible ok to get notes in hand writing but ensure to be clear enough please).

 

Post-workshop

At the end of the workshop each moderator has to send his/her notes to Questo indirizzo email è protetto dagli spambots. È necessario abilitare JavaScript per vederlo.. This will allow to have a global overview of main highlights coming from the discussion of each groups.

On Sunday afternoon, Oxfam staff will work to make a meaningful summary that could inform messages that will be included at the end of the Forum. If other partners want to join this work they are very much welcome, please indicate your availability to Federica Corsi.


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