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++ Veranstaltung findet auf Englisch statt // Event will be in english++
Thursday, 01st october, 6-10pm
objekt klein a (Meschwitzstr. 9, 01099 Dresden)
Get an insight look on the topic ‘forest’ from other parts of the world.
We invited experts from Asia, America and Africa, who will share their perspectives with us. They all have different ways to deal with the protection of the forest – learn from the variety of experiences and their wisdom.
The dinner is the second part of the event: You will have time to “digest”, debate with your table-mate or visit the experts at their tables and ask them everything you ever wanted to know about the forest.
The dinner is prepared by the Dresdner cooking-collective „omaragou„, an initiative from Dresden. They will create a three-course-menu, which is mainly made from saved food. Everything served will be vegan.
Erhaltet einen Einblick in die Thematik Wald aus anderen, weit entfernten Teilen der Welt. Dafür haben wir Expert:innen aus Asien, Amerika und Afrika eingeladen, die euch Teilhaben lassen an ihren Perspektiven. Sie alle beschäftigen sich auf unterschiedlichste Arten und Weisen mit dem Schutz des Waldes – ihr könnt von ihrem geballten Wissen und Erfahrungsschatz profitieren und lernen.
Im zweiten Teil der Veranstaltung, dem Dinner, könnt ihr das erstmal „verdauen“, miteinander diskutieren und/oder die Expert:innen an ihren Tischen besuchen und ihnen Löcher in den Bauch fragen. À propos Löcher im Bauch: Das Dinner wird zubereitet Dresdner Kochkollektiv „omaragou„, die euch ein 3-Gang-Menü aus überwiegend geretteten Lebensmitteln zaubern werden. Alle servierten Speisen sind vegan.
Member of BluoVerda Deutschland e.V.. I studied forest engineering in Madrid and a MSc. in Tropical Forestry at the TU Dresden. I worked on various conservation projects in the Orinoco region and in the Cloud Forest in Colombia. Currently I am working at the Institute of International Forestry and Forest Products (TUD) as public relations and research assistant.
Pragyan Raj Pokhrel
Pragyan Raj Pokhrel is a MSc student at TU Dresden, Germany and Bangor University, UK. He is currently pursuing the double Erasmus Masters in Sustainable Tropical Forestry. Currently he is working as the Dryland Forest Trainer at the FAO, Rome.
Pragyan has worked in community forests in Asia and Africa. Prior to moving to Europe, he worked as a Project Officer at IUCN Nepal. In that position Besides my current engagement, I have worked in Nepal with community forest user groups. I am an active member of the International Forestry Students Association (IFSA). His interests lie in understanding the plight of community forestry users of Nepal and beyond.
My name is Sherry Kyamagero. I am a Ugandan. I am a master’s student in the international programme Tropical Forestry at the Institute of International Forestry and Forest Products, Technische Universität Dresden. I specialise in gender-based perspectives on forest use in Uganda. In particular: gender related challenges in forest use and management in Uganda, roles played by both men and women in managing forest in Uganda, main obstacles to women’s participation in forest management in Uganda, factors that support women’s participation in forestry and recommendations regarding these topics.
I studied a Master of Sciences in Tropical Forestry, with bachelor studies on Forest Science. I have more than 8 years work experience. I spent 5 years working for GIZ in a program for sustainable development in rural areas and another for environmental protection and forest conservation. My main focus during this time was working with stakeholders in different rural areas of Peru…
In mechanisms of investment for conservation of water areas, by providing alternatives to farmers towards a more sustainable use of the land.
I have also worked in the design and implementation of agroforestry concessions in the Peruvian m Amazon, with main focus on research of incentives for farmers. I also obtained a diploma in design and management of project with public investment for conservation of biodiversity
The last fours years I have been worked in FSC, in the development and maintenance of standards and procedures for forest and chain of custody certification
I am a biologist with a strong emphasis on tropical ecology (especially forests). I have been working mainly with forest dynamics and disturbances in South America (Ecuador & Brazil), before including socio-economic aspects in my scientific portfolio while coordinating a project on climate change adaptation of small rural communities in the Andes of Bolivia and Peru. Since 2014 my main sphere of work is with higher education for sustainable development within a long-runnning course programme for developing countries at TU Dresden in cooperation with UNEP/UNESCO and financed by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment. Since rather recently I try to transfer certain aspects of this work in my new position as Managing Director of the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering (comprising 5 faculties) at TU Dresden and continue to strengthen the efforts of the university towards internationalisation and a holistic approach in research and teaching, which takes the biosphere as essential baseline for any sustainable development into account.
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