Regional Trialogues

At the regional level, Trialogues aim to strengthen the interface between science and traditional knowledge as well as between policy and practice.

About Regional Trialogues

BES-Net has facilitated Regional Trialogues in five subregions around the world. Regional Trialogues enhance national capacity to integrate findings and recommendations from the IPBES thematic assessments into policy, planning and on-the-ground programmes and projects. The Trialogue methodology seeks to foster mutual learning, intercultural understanding and inter-institutional coordination. With improved awareness and enhanced networking around the IPBES assessment themes, the participants of the Regional Trialogues have been promoting policy reforms, undertaking new research studies and organizing sensitization events across the world.

Upcoming Trialogues

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Past Trialogues

Learn about past Trialogues, including the regions and themes covered and the outcomes.

Central Asia Regional Trialogue

Almaty, Kazakhstan Target Countries Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan The Central Asia Region is currently faced with the challenge of land degradation and desertification. Natural landscapes and traditional fallows…

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Anglophone Africa Regional Trialogue

Nairobi, Kenya Target countries: Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Nigeria, Zambia Land lies at the centre of political, social, and economic development in Anglophone Africa as land-based activities are fundamental to…

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Caribbean Regional Trialogue

Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic Target countries: Antigua and Barbuda, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Grenada, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Trinidad and Tobago The Caribbean Regional Trialogue on Pollinators, Food Security…

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Eastern Europe Regional Trialogue

Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina Target countries: Albania, Georgia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Moldova, Montenegro According to a recent global report on pollinators conducted by IPBES, 70% of the plants that we…

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