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    All for one and one for all

    04 February 2014
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    An inspiring story of how women in a poor neighbourhood of Cochabamba, Bolivia used partnership and collaboration to provide water services when state, local governments and the private sector failed to deliver.

  2. 15 Minutes for: Climate Justice | with Lyda F. Forero

    Lyda Fernanda Forero
    26 November 2014
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    The man-made climate change is one of the greatest challenges of our time. How can climate change on a global scale be fair and just? What ideas and concepts are there for the people in the South to live a good life without imitating the consumption and production patterns of the North? And what is the role in this process of political and civil society?

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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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    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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    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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    Harriet Friedmann: Food sovereignty A critical dialogue

    21 February 2014
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    Harriet Friedmann highlights the tension between consumer needs for affordable food and producer needs for sustainable livelihoods, and explores the re-embedding of markets in biosocial context and the transformation of institutions as ways out of this conflict.

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    Eric Holt Gimenez: Food sovereignty A critical dialogue

    21 February 2014
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    Eric Holtz-Gimenez, Director of Food First, the Institute for Development of Food Policy, elaborates the presence of multiple actors in the movement to transform the food system and asks what the future is for academics in the food sovereignty movement.

  8. Pushing treaty limits?

    Wells C. Bennett
    19 October 2014
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    Suppose the United States government helps to negotiate, and subsequently champions, certain framework treaties – ones justly viewed as imposing significant constraints on all signatories. Down the road, the United States occasionally even calls out counterparties for their looser policy innovations, when the latter push the outer boundaries of what’s permitted under the treaties; a treaty-created monitoring body does likewise in its annual reporting. This pattern essentially holds year in and year out and from one presidential administration to the next.

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    Elizabeth Mpofu: Food Sovereignty a critical dialogue

    20 February 2014
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    Elizabeth Mpofu, General Coordinator of La Via Campesina, shares the perspective of global peasants. She emphasizes that peasants are an organized movement, not merely resisting but working to build a new world through the idea of Food Sovereignty and opens the floor for dialogue between the peasants of the world and academics and activists committed to solidarity with them.

     
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    Blain Snipstal: Food sovereignty A critical dialogue

    20 February 2014
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    Blain Snipstal, returning generation peasant farmer and leader in La Via Campesina North America discusses the need to engage emotionally with Food Sovereignty, as part of a movement for re-peasantization and revalorizing marginalized knowledge, not merely as an abstract intellectual concept.

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    Martha Jane Robbins: Food sovereignty A critical dialogue

    20 February 2014
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    Martha Jane Robbins offers feedback on key papers, including Kloppenberg and Bernstein’s, from the perspective of La Via Campesina, drawing attention to the deliberate political usage of terms like “Food Sovereignty” and “peasant” as framing concepts for political organizing.

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    Mamadou Goita: Food sovereignty A critical dialogue

    20 February 2014
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    Mamadou Goita, of ROPPA , the West African Farmers Alliance, highlights the need for an interdisciplinary approach to Food Sovereignty that takes seriously political and practical, as well as conceptual, aspects of the term.

     
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    Tania Li: Food Sovereignty a critical dialogue

    20 February 2014
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    Tania Li, of the University of Toronto, asks about communities who do not see themselves as part of the Food Sovereignty movement. She uses the case of a community in Central Sulawesi to highlight how the core elements of Food Sovereignty do not necessarily cohere together, and argues for the importance of addressing these kinds of places, that challenge embedded assumptions of the movement.

     
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    Teodor Shanin: Food sovereignty A critical dialogue

    21 February 2014
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    Teodor Shanin, president of the Moscow School of Social and Economic Sciences and Professor Emeritus at the University of Manchester discusses the significance of a historical perspective for understanding the global peasants’ movement La Via Campesina.

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    Paul Nicholson: Food sovereignty A critical dialogue

    21 February 2014
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    Paul Nicholson, farmer from the Basque Country and founding member of La Via Campesina, highlights challenges for the movement today, stressing that LVC is not a static entity or an academic concept, but a bottom-up, dynamic, diverse movement, and an evolving alternative vision of life being presented by peasants to the rest of society.

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    Bob St Peter: Food sovereignty A critical dialogue

    21 February 2014
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    Bob St Peter, farmer and seasonal farm worker from Maine, and founding member of Food For Maine, discusses the historical inequalities between the country and the city and the role that the Food Sovereignty movement can play in creating a more equitable future.

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    Jennifer Clapp: Food sovereignty A critical dialogue

    21 February 2014
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    Jennifer Clapp, Canada Research Chair in Global Food Security and Sustainability at Waterloo, discusses the financialization of food, arguing that financialization has undergone a critical increase in complexity and scale in the last two decades, which has major implications for the Food Sovereignty movement.

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    Kathy Ozer: Food sovereignty A critical dialogue

    21 February 2014
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    Kathy Ozer, of the National Family Farm Coalition, highlights key initiatives from the Coalition and other groups, and the interaction between national, local, and global movements for Food Sovereignty.

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    Mark Bomford: Food sovereignty A critical dialogue

    21 February 2014
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    Mark Bomford attempts to build bridges, connecting the dialogue from the conference to communities of practice, and addressing the opportunity that institutions like Yale provide for the Food Sovereignty movement to engage with global elites.

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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.

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