Learning from 20 years of The Forests Dialogue: Multi-stakeholder dialogue principles, approach, and organizational structure

Join TFD leadership, hosted by the African Women’s Network for Community Management of Forests (REFACOF), for a technical discussion on implementing dialogue to promote governance frameworks, enhance cooperation, and coordinate organizations and communities for sustainable forest management.

The Forests Dialogue (TFD) is a platform and process for multi-stakeholder discussion and collaboration on the most pressing local and global issues facing forests and people. Using focused dialogue, TFD pursues its mission through applying established principles of successful multi-stakeholder dialogue process and lessons learned from 20 years of experience. The TFD approach has been applied around the world through implementing dialogue initiatives on topics related to sustainable forest and landscape management and through establishing multi-stakeholder platforms in the TFD model, such as the Brazilian Forests Dialogue. 

This event will share with participants the TFD approach, learnings, and how it can be applied to the most pressing forest challenges.

Date and Time: April. 26th, 1:30-2:45pm (EST)


Cecile Ndjebet, REFACOF, UNFF Women Major Group focal point

Milagre Nuvunga, MICAIA Foundation 

Fernanda Rodrigues, Dialogo Florestal, UNFF Women Major Group focal point

Minnie Degawan, Conservation International

Ivone Namikawa, Klabin

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