The Slow Food International Council, the organization’s strategic guiding body, meets in Nairobi, Kenya. The assembly represents the main forum for dialogue between local Slow Food representatives and will outline the key strategies for Slow Food international for the next year. 50 Slow Food activists coming from 40 countries, representing all five continents will discuss about good, clean and fair food, communities, biodiversity and more. Slow Food is gearing up for a major change to its structure, bringing to the fore the international network and communities that define the organization. The shift will be gradual, but as the world changes, so too must we, in order to address the challenges that it throws our way.