144/6 - Indigenous Peoples’ gender roles, biodiversity and food security

Organized by: IUNS Task Force - Traditional, Indigenous and Cultural Food and Nutrition
Track 7: Food Culture Practices and Nutritional Education
Wednesday 18 October 8.00 - 10.00 h. Room 8 - Retiro B

Chairs

Prof. Harriet Kuhnlein

Centre for Indigenous Peoples' Nutrition and Environment. McGill University. Montreal. Canada.

Dr. Thingnganing Longvah

National Institute of Nutrition. India.


Indigenous Peoples' Food Systems: Gender Roles, Biodiversity and Food Security -- The IUNS Task Force on Traditional, Indigenous and Cultural Food and Nutrition

Speaker

Prof. Harriet Kuhnlein

Centre for Indigenous Peoples' Nutrition and Environment. McGill University. Montreal. Canada.


Nutritional Dimension of Indigenous Peoples' Food Systems in Northeast India

Speaker

Dr. Thingnganing Longvah

National Institute of Nutrition. India.


Gender roles, family relationships and household food and nutrition security of the Ohifia matrilineal society in Nigeria

Speaker

Prof. Henrietta Ene-Obong

Department of Biochemistry. Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences. University of Calabar. Calabar. Nigeria.


Food security and women’s roles in Moroccan Berber (Amazigh) society today

Speaker

Prof. Rekia Belahsen

Training and Research Unit on Nutrition & Food Sciences. Chouaib Doukkali University. El Jadida, Morocco.


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Nutritional status, food insecurity and biodiversity among the Khasi in Meghalaya, India

Speaker

Prof. Harriet Kuhnlein

Centre for Indigenous Peoples' Nutrition and Environment. McGill University. Montreal. Canada.