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    Eric Holt-Giménez: What's wrong with the industrial food system and the challenges facing food justice movements

    Eric Holt-Giménez
    12 January 2012
    Multi-media

    In the industrial or corporate food regime, hunger is a staple commodity. Agrarian and food justice movements have come a long way in building an alternative system, but there are still many challenges.

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    Land grabbing anche in Europa, colossi frenano l'agricoltura

    18 April 2013
    In the media

    Il 50% delle terre Ue in mano a solo il 3% delle grandi aziende

  3. Olivier de Schutter: What is agroecological farming? And why should it be upscaled?

    Olivier de Schutter
    12 January 2012
    Multi-media

    The food crisis and the environmental crisis are two sides of one coin, so any solution to hunger and food security must also be sustainable and contribute to ecological integrity.

     
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    A sceptical voice of food sovereignty

    20 January 2014
    Multi-media

    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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    Land & Sovereignty in the Americas: Monica White, Detroit, MI

    23 July 2013
    Multi-media

    Monica White on the complex relationships and demographic changes in urban gardening and farming movement across Detroit.

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    Land & Sovereignty in the Americas: Alberto Alonso-Fredejas, Guatemala

    05 August 2013
    Multi-media

    Alberto Alonso-Fredejas on the narrative contexts in which land grabs are presented and legitimized, and how such activities lead to questions around capital, labor and community relations.

  7. Frontline Communities lead the struggle

    11 December 2015
    Multi-media

    Parallel to the climate conference in Paris, social movements and allies within the ‘Global Convergence of Land and Water Struggles’ discuss climate justice and real solutions to the climate crisis.

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    Closing speech 'Food Sovereignty' 2013

    20 January 2014
    Multi-media

    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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    Community empowerment at the heart of food sovereignty in Detroit

    20 January 2014
    Multi-media

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

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    Agroecology as the answer to many global problems

    20 January 2014
    Multi-media

    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
    Multi-media

    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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    Local actors and ecological systems will provide food sovereignty

    22 January 2014
    Multi-media

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

    24 January 2014
    Multi-media

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

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    The global peasants voice

    20 January 2014
    Multi-media

    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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    Henry Bernstein: Food sovereignty A critical dialogue

    21 February 2014
    Multi-media

    Henry Bernstein critiques the Food Sovereignty literature’s reliance on “emblematic instances,” interrogating the extent to which these instances actually represent a fundamentally different type of production than entrepreneurial capitalist agriculture.

  16. What makes the reformed Committee on World Food Security potentially attractive?

    Nora McKeon
    22 April 2016
    Multi-media

    The Committee for World Food Security is a privileged observation point to reflect on how global food governance and social mobilization intersect.

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    International Colloquium: The Future of Food and Challenges for Agriculture in the 21st Century

    24 April 2017 - Event

    Debates about who, how and with what social, economic and ecological implications we will feed the world.

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    Elizabeth Mpofu: Food Sovereignty a critical dialogue

    20 February 2014
    Multi-media

    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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    Malik Yakini: Food sovereignty A critical dialogue

    20 February 2014
    Multi-media

    Malik Yakini introduces the audience to the current situation in Detroit and his organization’s work building capacity, community empowerment, and democracy through a variety of food programs. He also emphasizes the centrality of issues of race both in the broader context and within the Food Sovereignty movement.

     
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    Blain Snipstal: Food sovereignty A critical dialogue

    20 February 2014
    Multi-media

    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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