The world’s largest forum on rights and sustainable landscapes. GLF Bonn is big. It will bring together over 1,500 people in person, and is billed to attract around thousands of online participants. If you want to stay up to speed on these crucial topics, meet others working on similar issues and/or jump on a soapbox (yes, we have one) and get your own message out there, GLF Bonn is a must-do.
Speakers from all walks of life. Hear what a Ghanaian TV star, a West Papuan human rights activist, and an Indigenous Inuk poet from the Arctic have to say about realizing rights and creating more sustainable landscapes. And that’s just to name a few: the event boasts over 125 speakers from all over the world, including scientists, rural and Indigenous leaders, philanthropists, artists, activists, policymakers, practitioners, community members and more.
Hands-on skills to do what you do, better. At the Learning Cafe events and workshops running alongside the conference, you can find out about Indigenous governance arrangements that work; play Community Rights Bingo; and learn how to use new restoration tools, among a whole host of other opportunities.
Juicy conversations about things that matter. Make the most of our structured networking opportunities – and the coffee that accompanies them! – to fuel up on inspiration, grow your networks and find new perspectives.
The Global Landscapes Forum — your place in a worldwide movement that’s working to secure a more just, sustainable and prosperous future for all!