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    Growing food is nothing new - let's learn from the South

    24 January 2014
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    Meleiza Figueroa says affluent middle-class communities can learn a lot from the Global South about sustainable food systems.

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    Local actors and ecological systems will provide food sovereignty

    22 January 2014
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    Jan van der Ploeg explains why peasant-agriculture, with it's unique combination of the social and the natural, has the potential to feed the world population.

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    The global peasants voice

    20 January 2014
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    Farmer Bob Saint Peter, Food for Maine's Future, states how the origins of food sovereignty are very old and has resonated for a long time and now brought together a global peasants voice.

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    A sceptical voice of food sovereignty

    20 January 2014
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    Henry Bernstein explains why he finds the big concept of food sovereignty lesser then the sum of its parts and how it does not constitute a coherent view of al the nuances and strength that one can find in the field.

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    Food sovereignty as guideline in West Africa

    20 January 2014
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    Mamadou Goita of Roppa, West Africa Farmers' Alliance discusses how food sovereignty as guideline for governments will help face the realities and challenges of farmers today and tomorrow.

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    Agroecology as the answer to many global problems

    20 January 2014
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    While attending 'Food Sovereignty' 2013, Paul Nicholson of Vía Campesina talks how, for future developments, agroecology is the best answer to the big global challenges the world faces.

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    Community empowerment at the heart of food sovereignty in Detroit

    20 January 2014
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    Malik Yakini of Detroit Black Community Food Security Network talks of the challenges the population of Detroit faces.

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    Right to food is the path to a democratic life- 'Food Sovereignty' 2013

    20 January 2014
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    James Scott, co-director of Yale Agrarian Studies Program, talks of how the secure access to food is a pre-condition to all other human rights. Without secure access to food people will allow encroachment of their rights by the people who do control food.

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    Closing speech 'Food Sovereignty' 2013

    20 January 2014
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    Eric Holt-Giménez, Food First Director, gives the closing speech at Yale's Conference 'Food Sovereignty' a critical dialogue, September 2013.