World Food Day | October 16 | 2021
Countdown To The Event
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October 16 Summit Streaming Times
Session #1 - Pacific
Local Time: Fiji (7pm) — Tokyo (4pm) — Mumbai (12:30pm) — London (8am) — Bogotá (3am) — Los Angeles (12am)
Session #2 - New Zealand & Australia
Local Time: Brisbane (6:30pm) — Tokyo (5:30pm) — Mumbai (2pm) — London (9:30am) — Bogotá (3:30am) — Los Angeles (1:30am)
Session #3 - East Asia & South East Asia
Local Time: Manila (7pm) — Tokyo (8pm) — Mumbai (4:30pm) — London (12pm) — Bogotá (6am) — Los Angeles (4am)
Session #4 - South, Central & West Asia
Local Time: New Delhi (6:50pm) — Tokyo (10:20pm) — Mumbai (6:50pm) — London (2:20pm) — Bogotá (8:20am) — Los Angeles (6:20am)
Session #5 - Africa, Europe & Middle East
Local Time: Nairobi (7pm) — Tokyo (1am) — Mumbai (9:30pm) — London (5pm) — Bogotá (11am) — Los Angeles (9am)
Session #6 - Latin (South & Central) America
Local Time: Buenos Aires (6pm) — Tokyo (6am) — Mumbai (2:30am) — London (10pm) — Bogotá (4pm) — Los Angeles (2pm)
Session #7 - North America
Local Time: New York City (9pm) — Tokyo (10 am) — Mumbai (6:30am) — London (2am) — Bogotá (8pm) — Los Angeles (6pm)
Session #8 - Trails of Regeneration Video Presentation
Local Time: Rarotonga (7pm) — Tokyo (2pm) — Mumbai (10:30am) — London (6am) — Bogotá (2am) — Los Angeles (12am)
Session #9 - Pacific & Closing Session
Local Time: Rarotonga (8pm) — Tokyo (3pm) — Mumbai (11:30am) — London (7am) — Bogotá (3am) — Los Angeles (1am)
Preliminary Schedules & Speakers
Join the People's Food Summit
Regeneration International, in conjunction with steering committee partners such as the Organic Consumers Association, The Global Alliance for Organic Districts, IFOAM Asia, Navdanya, the International Network of Eco Regions, Savory Hub Africa, Via Organica, The League of Organic Municipalities and Cities and BERAS International will be hosting the People's Food Summit on World Food Day, October 16, this year.
It will be a 24 hour global, participatory, virtual summit that will start in Oceania, and move westwards through the time zones of Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Europe, Latin America and North America.
We will have speakers from every continent to present the truly good news about food production and regenerative systems - including Vandana Shiva, Ronnie Cummins, Andre Leu -, panels, discussions and other live events as well as videos and music from every region of the world.
Adelita San Vicente Tello
Why are we organizing a parallel event to the UN World Food Day?
The United Nations Food Systems Summit has been hijacked by corporate agribusiness and pesticide cartels, so we need to create a different summit to promote agroecological, organic and regenerative food systems.
In June 2019, the UN signed a strategic partnership agreement with the World Economic Forum (WEF), pushing the influence and corporate greed agendas of the billionaires cartel. The agribusiness cartel agenda was consolidated with the appointment of Ms. Agnes Kalibata, the current President of the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA, Gates Foundation funded organization), as the Special Envoy for the UN Food Systems Summit.
More than 550 civil society organizations wrote to Mr. António Guterres, the United Nations Secretary-General calling for the termination of the UN-WEF strategic partnership agreement and rethinking the Food Systems Summit. The lack of a positive outcome means that hundreds of civil society organizations will be boycotting this summit.
The Positive Alternative: A Food Summit of, for and by the People
The People’s Food Summit will be a truly participatory summit that empowers the majority of the world's food producers: the small-holder family farmers, pastoralists and foresters who produce 80% of the food we eat.
We will present the proven, farmer based, real world examples that are the future of our food and farming systems, including agroecology, organic and regenerative farming, permaculture, agroforestry, holistic managed grazing and many other systems. This is a distinct contrast to the cartel model that exploits farmers and consumers to get the highest proportion of the sale prices; stealing trillions of dollars that rightfully belong to some of the poorest communities on our planet.
We invite all our partners to participate and will keep you updated via our website and emails.
Each region is self-organized and determines their own formats.