campanias lvc.fw

Watch the video of the Nyeleni Europe Forum


Press Release - Nyeleni Europe Movement

(Brussels, March 7, 2012) “The model of production dominating European food systems is controlled by corporate interests and is based on concentrated power, monocultures, patented seeds and livestock breeds,” Nyeleni Europe 2011 Synthesis Report and Action Plan

Food Sovereignty focuses on food for people, values food providers, localises food systems, builds knowledge and skills, prioritizes local control, and works with nature” International Nyeleni forum for Food Sovereignty, Mali, 2007

Representatives from 30 European countries came together in Brussels from the 5-7 March 2012 to promote a food sovereignty framework for food and agriculture to the European institutions, and to launch the Synthesis report and Action Plan from the Nyeleni Europe Forum for Food Sovereignty held in Krems, Austria, in August 2011, where over 400 people met from across the whole European region.

Read more: Watch the video of the Nyeleni Europe Forum

UK: Via Campesina members at the Food Sovereignty Day


Why agroecology is the solution to hunger and food insecurity?


US Action on February 27: Occupy Our Food Supply!

Occupy Our Food Supply is bringing together the Occupy, sustainable farming, food justice, buy local, slow food, and environmental movements for a global day of action on February 27, 2012. Inspired by the theme of CREATE/RESIST, thousands will come together to creatively confront corporate control of our food supply and take action to build healthy, accessible food systems for all.

Industrial agribusiness corporations like Cargill, Monsanto, ADM and Dupont have gained runaway control of our food systems and to take them back, we'll need all the collective power we can manifest around the world. There are few things more personal than the food we put into our bodies every day. Let's ensure that we can stand by the food we eat from farm to fork. Sign up to take action on February 27 to Occupy Our Food Supply!

Read more: Occupy Our Food Supply | Rainforest Action Network

Additional information