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Listes des actions dans le monde pour le 17 Avril 2011

17 avril 2011 / 0h00

EUROPE

ESPAÑA

Valencia

11/04, 20:00-22:00 – Especial Lucha Campesina en Radio Klara. Coloquio sobre la Soberanía Alimentaria y presentación de la Semana de la Lucha Campesina en Valencia

Valencia

12/04, 19:00Cortos sobre la Soberanía Alimentaria y espacio de debate . Ca Revolta: Calle Santa Teresa nº 10. Valencia

Valencia

13/04, 19:00 – Ciclo de cine: Still Life (Naturaleza Muerta), China 2006. Por la Lucha campesina y la Soberanía Alimentaria de los Pueblos. Charla debate al finalizar la película.

 

Sala 1. Cines Babel. c/ Vicente Sancho Tello 10. ENTRADA GRATUITA

Valencia

14/04, 19:00Mesa redonda: La Reforma Agraria en la II República. Ponentes: Rafael Garro (Reforma Agraria en la II República), Luis Romero (consciencia política en la II República), Ofelia Vila (el papel de la mujer en la II República). Arte&Facto.
Calle del Pie de la Cruz nº8. Valencia.

Valencia

15/04, 11:30-18:00 – III Mercado Ecológico Transgènics Zero PV con productos locales y de temporada. A un costado de la plaza de Toros de Valencia.

Valencia

 

15/04, 19:00 – Tertulia : Nuevas formas de cultivo ecológico, “Balcons comestibles”. L’hort de Carme. En La Llavoreta. Calle Orihuela, nº 14. Valencia”

Valencia

16/04: Día de la Lucha Campesina, 9:00-14:00 Acciones en la calle. Degustación de productos ecológicos, locales y de temporada. Actuación de la Murga Lunátika. Exposición fotográfica de Soberanía Alimentaria: “Yo también quiero hacer algo, ¿y tú?”. Actividades participativas. Mercado Central, Valencia.

País Vasco

14 de Abril – Cierre de las III jornadas Internacionales – Acto Cultural, con Variedad Musical y Actuaciones Diversas Bilbao Organiza: Movimientos campesinos y Transformaciones agrárias

Alicante

Martes 12 abril 20:15 – Centro de emprendedores de la agencia local de desarrollo de alicante (c/ cid, 13) – Charla debate: la invasión de los supermercados impactos y alternativas

PARTICIPA:
Esther Vivas_ Especialista en el tema y autora de los libros “Supermercados no, gracias” y “Del campo al plato”

Alicante
Viernes 15 abril 19:00 –
Centro cultural el claustro: sala la clau(casco antiguo, junto a la catedral de san nicolás) mesa redonda: agricultura en alicante visión crítica y propuestas desde la soberanía alimentaria

PARTICIPAN:
Ernest Blasco_ Unió de Llauradors
Emilio Rico_ COAG
María Vicente Viñas_ Cooperativa Articultura de la Terra – Cervezas Lluna
Vicente Bordera_ BioAlacant
Isara Belifante_ Horta Cel i Sol, Mutxamel
Ángeles Cáceres_ Moderadora

Alicante
Sábado 16 abril 11:00 a 15:00
– Mercado central (plaza de las flores), Actividad cultural popular: Representación teatral a cargo de la compañía de la escuela de teatro de la Sala Ring: “Votadme y comeréis como yo”. Conciertos: Komfusió (Sella-Callosa d’Ensarrià) y Pura Mandanga con amigos de la Plataforma Puentegramas (Alicante).

Almuerzo popular ecológico con Caldo a Manita y reparto de información.

Alicante

Sábado, 16 de abril, 19:30 – Club información (avda. dr. rico) – mesa redonda: por un mundo rural vivo. Presentación del libro “Lo que hay que tragar”.

PARTICIPAN:
Gustavo Duch_ Director de la revista Soberanía Alimentaria
y autor del libro
Jeromo Aguado_ Presidente de la Plataforma Rural
Miguel Á. Pérez Oca_ Moderador y presentador
Al finalizar, y como acto de clausura, la Plataforma por la Soberanía Alimentaria de Alicante ofrecerá un brindis.

Alicante

 

13 April – Jornada de Sesastres Ambientales: La revolución verde. Mesa redonda por la tarde.

Navarra

17 de abril a las 10:00 horas – Marcha desde las huertas de Aranzadi a la Plaza del Castillo en Pamplona, Navarra.

Organiza: EHNE junto con otros colectivos.

Contacto: 945 275 477

prentsa@ehne.org

Cacabelos, León

7 de abril – Presentación del documental “La tierra asoma” y debate con Agustí Corominas (director) y Jerónimo Aguado (Plataforma Rural). Biblioteca pública de Ponferrada 19:00 horas

Cacabelos, León

13 de abril – Charla sobre transgénicos en el Centro Social Autogestionado de Ponferrada C/ mejico 6 a las 19:00 horas

Cacabelos, León

17 de abril – “Dia Internacional de la Lucha Campesina” – Comida popular ecológica. – Mercadillo en la plaza de abastos de Cacabelos. – Charla de Fernando Fernandez Such. – Musica en directo.

France, Brittany

17th April – Many actions and films streaming will take place in several cities in France. The main ceremony will be in Brtittany.

Germany, Brück

15th to 17th April – Workshop to share experiences about garden (planing, making, …) for selfsufficiency.

17th April, 5 pm, movie streaming about global food production and exchange of seeds. (Pre-movie for kids in time).

Contact: Torhaus Trebitz

14822 Brück (1 h from Berlin), Germoney torhaus@riseup.net

www.coforum.de/?torhaustrebitz

Belgium,

Brussels

17th – 18th April – For Seed Sovereignty – against the control of multinationals.

17 April, 11.00 – 18.00 – International Seed Swap, Maison des Cultures de Molenbeek (Chaussée de Merchtem 67). For thousands of years seeds were not commercial commodities, but were produced by those who worked the land. This non-commercial relationship to seeds still dominates in many countries in the South. In Europe it lives on in countless seed swaps, but also in the struggle of farmers against the taxes imposed on reproducing seeds at the farm. At a seed swap participants offer their seeds and experience from their garden or farm, either free of charge or in exchange for other seeds and advice. It is a simple way to reinvigorate forgotten diversity and to reaffirm the value of seeds for our food and culture. The more seed swaps there are, the less control the multinational companies will have. Over 20 initiatives from all over Europe will be participating, from Portugal to Denmark, Greece to the UK.

17 April, 16.00 to 19.00 – Forum on “Access to seeds is a fundamental human right”

Maison des Culture de Molenbeek

The right to food is closely linked to the right to choose, multiply and exchange one’s seeds. Today 67% of the international commercial seed market is controlled by ten multinationals. These have already imposed intellectual property rights on their varieties and constantly demand their reinforcement, while insisting on the prohibition of peasant varieties. In his 2009 report on “Seed policies and the right to food”, the UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food, Olivier de Schutter, noted that it is vital to protect farmer seed systems if the right to food is to be respected.

The EU wants its seed legislation to be a model throughout the world and is seeking to impose it on countries in the South. Delegations from India (from the Green Foundation and the Deccan Development Society) and Turkey (members of the Federation of Farmers Unions Ciftçi-Sen, including the President, and of “Tohum Izi Denergi” – “Traces of Seeds”) will explain the way they reproduce and preserve the diversity of their crops. They will also outline the problems caused by the imposition of intellectual property rights on seeds, for example through the EU-India Free-Trade Agreement at present being negotiated. As for Turkey, a new seed law was introduced in 2008 under strong pressure from Europe. Olivier de Schutter will intervene during the forum by videoconference.

18 April, 16.00 to 18.00 – Anti-lobby tour finishing at Place du Luxembourg in front of the European Parliament

The increasing monopolisation of seeds by a few multinational companies has been possible thanks to their influence on governments. In Brussels they have offices close to the European Institutions. During this demonstration we will go to some of these multinationals and will explain the role they play in the seed trade. We will finish with a rally at the Place du Luxembourg with interventions by several participants and cultural contributions. The petitions will be handed over to members of the European Parliament.

We invite you to report on these two days of action which will provide a rare occasion to meet people involved in the seed question in many different countries. You will find more information at

www.seed-sovereignty.org You call also contact :

Contacts in Brussels:

Antoinette Brouyaux, +32. (0) 2.893 09 40, +32.472 27 51 62; antoinette@associations21.org

Nicholas Bell, European Civic Forum, +33.492 73 04 05, nicholas.bell@gmx.net

PORTUGAL – Full and detailed programme (in portuguese) here: http://gaia.org.pt/node/15901)

Week of 11 April: several screenings in several cities of the movie “Our Seeds” (2008, 57 min, Michel e Jude Fanton from Seedsavers).

Lisbon

17 April – a day in a community garden with workshops, guided visits, a small organic / eco market, seed exchange, talks on “Food and Seed Sovereignty” with representatives from farmers associations, community gardens, food cooperatives and organised civil society, music and free local and organic soup for all!

Lisbon

18 April, at 14.30 – we will assemble in the centre of Lisbon and walk the streets with a “mobile” theatre accompanied by a band. We will deliver a copy of the European Free Seeds for All petition to the local representation of the European Commission.

Porto

16 April – Talks on agro-forestry, permaculture, the free seeds campaign and transition gardens; workshops; music and a vegetarian popular dinner.

Porto

17 April – Seed exchange fair; Freeing seeds throughout Porto and a meeting to create a local group for seed custodians and seed exchange.

 

Nova Scotia

Halifax

17th April – Film screening and guest speaker event in Halifax, Nova Scotia on the 17th in solidarity with the International Day of Peasant’s Struggles. Contact: Jeff Torbert: jeff_torbert@hotmail.com

Sweden

17th April – Launching of an antineoliberal climat justice petition campaign
on the 17th of April, the international peasant struggle day. We will launch
the campaign together with Latin American groups, Climate Action and others
at a rural meeting in the North of Sweden together with direct producers in
agriculture and forestry.
AFRICA

Mozambique

Maputo (Marracuene) – UNAC (The Mozambican Union of Farmers) will organize several events in every Mozambican Provinces. The central ceremony will take place in Marracuene a district of Maputo.

SOUTH AMERICA

Brasil, Brasilia

7th April – Public Act: Social movements and environmental organizations will march, defending Forest Code, against the Use of pesticides and for Agrarian Reform.

Argentina

13 de abril, 16h a 20h – Seminario de grado: Soberania Alimentaria, Movimientos Sociales y Universidad

Organiza: La Catedra Libre de Soberania Alimentaria de la Universidad Nacional de la Plama

CENTROAMÉRICA

Costa Rica, S. Jose

17 de abril – Encuentro “Hacia dónde va el sur”, para retomar denuncias y la defensa de los recursos vitales para la vida campesina. Las mujeres del campo cada vez más excluidas del acceso a la tierra, a agua limpia y al control de la biodiversidad, desde su organización convocan a otros acotres sociales a reflexionar sobre esta situación y el impacto de los megaproyecto.

Organiza: La Red de Mujeres Rurales de Costa Rica junto con otras instancias académicas y organizaciones locales.

AMERICA LATINA

Hasta 21 de abril – Programa de rádio: VOZ CAMPESINA, puden acceder mediante el siguiente enlace: http://www.radiomundoreal.fm/Voz-Campesina-No-2?lang=es

Organiza: Colectivo de Comunicación de la CLOC- VIA CAMPESINA

Contacto: lavoz.campesina@gmail.com

 

ASIA

India

Rajasthan

From 10th April – Inauguration of a new Navdanya community seed bank and the building of the movement to cancel the seed MOU that the Rajasthan Government signed with Monsanto.

Kasargod Karela

17th April – Joining the victims of endosulphan in Kasargod Kerala 1000 people have already died and hundreds of thousands are crippled. We are calling for a ban on endosulphan, and a resignation of the Ag Minister Sharad Pawar who is a pesticide industry and Monsanto. This is the time to call for chemical free farming.

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