IDS and the International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT) have been collaborating to develop a framework to study the conditions for agricultural value chains to include marginalised farmers on better terms, including in in post-conflict areas.
As part of the research process, IDS and CIAT are organising a one-day, interactive workshop, to share the emerging framework and exchange with others working in this area, in order to further shape this agenda and identify opportunities for collaboration.
The workshop is based around three thematic panels:
- Inclusive Agribusiness and Marginalised Communities
- Public-Private Partnerships and Inclusive Value Chains
- Economic Inclusion in Post-Conflict Settings
- Christina Archer, Sustainable Sourcing and Community Development Expert
- Sarah Drost, Aidenvironment
- Ajmal Abdulsamad, Duke University
- Joost Guijt, PPPLab Food & Water
- Jodie Thorpe, Institue of Development Studies
- Mark Lundy, International Center for Tropical Agriculture
- Maria Lopez Uribe, London School of Economics
- Luz Berania Diaz Rios, World Bank
- Giel Ton, Institute of Develompent Studies
- Jonathan Barnow, Technoserve
- Ana Maria Ibanez Londono, Universidad de los Andes
- Merten Sievers, International Labour Organization
This workshop is organised by the Institute of Development Studies, in partnership with the International Center for Tropical Agriculture.This workshop forms part of the project ‘Policy Instruments and Public-Private Collaborations’, funded by the British Council Newton Fund Institutional Links progamme.
Places are limited. If you are interested in attending, please contact Alice Webb on email@example.com.