Authors: Edith Lammerts van Bueren, Conny Almekinders, Eva Weltzien, Veronique Chable, Riccardo Bocci, Monika Messmer, Fred Rattunde, Claudius van de Vijver; Global Alliance for the Future of Food, CGIAR, Dynaversity and LIVESEED
Topics: plant breeding, resilience, participatory approaches, benefit sharing, partnership
Resilient seed systems play a central role in sustainable food systems that are robust, dynamic, equitable, diverse, healthy and interconnected. Developing and strengthening these systems offers vital entry points for responding to critical global challenges of climate change, agricultural biodiversity, and sustainable development.
Training in participatory breeding and seed system concepts, issues and approaches will support engaged professionals and graduate students to contribute to resilient seed system development. In the Shared Action Framework for Resilient Seed Systems of the Global Alliance of the Future of Food it is defined as one the most important actions needed (https://futureoffood.org/wpcontent/uploads/2020/02/Resilient-Seed-Systems-Shared-Action-Framework-English.pdf).
These training materials have been developed for the Online Postgraduate course training-of-trainers “Participatory Plant Breeding & Resilient Seed Systems: Options for Stakeholder Engagement and Benefit Sharing” held from 30 November to 4 December 2020 are have been made publicly available to contribute to capacity building in plant breeding and resilient seed systems.
Click on the following link to access the training material used for the course: https://orgprints.org/38731/