The 5th Training Module on “The collective rights of peasants in the global governance of seeds” is now available! This module is a pedagogical tool that aims to contribute to the understanding of the global struggle for peasant seeds. it is dedicated to the study of the main spaces of governance and international legal tools related to the right to seeds.
President Joko Widodo highlighted the importance of fertilizer availability, particularly for strategic food, in preserving food sovereignty in the face of present global difficulties. According to him, the use of organic fertilizers not only addresses the issue of chemical fertilizer shortage and expensive cost, but also increases agricultural production in the country and maintains soil fertility levels.
A delegation of young peasant leaders from La Via Campesina attended the Global Forum for Food and Agriculture held in Berlin between 18-21 January 2023.
The following statement is the outcome of the Young Farmers Forum (YFF), of which La… Read more →
Bagnolet, december 2022 | Another UN Climate COP has come and gone – the 27th… Read more →
Conferences find their origin in the need of people to meet, debate and confront ideas.… Read more →
On the 10th of December, the International Planning Committee for Food Sovereignty (IPC) read out… Read more →
Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt – The false solutions promoted by the UNFCCC, as we have… Read more →
La Via Campesina Southern and Eastern Africa Solidarity Statement Today, the 21st of October, we… Read more →
(Brussels, October 19, 2022) Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are a threat to peasant agriculture. All… Read more →