Hundreds of academics and activists from around the world gathered to critically discuss the contested concept of Food Sovereignty. We gathered a selection of videos that elaborate key debates about the intellectual and political future of Food Sovereignty, and seek to address particularly the question of the concept’s intellectual future in the field of critical agrarian studies.
El 5 de abril de 1992, el presidente Alberto Fujimori anunció el ingreso de las Fuerzas Armadas peruanas a la lucha antinarcóticos, especialmente en los valles cocaleros de la vertiente oriental de los Andes.
The convergence of multiple crises – food, energy, environmental, climate change and finance – in combination with the rise of important global political economic players has triggered profound agrarian and environmental transformations worldwide. There is a global rush to control natural resources in order to produce food, fuel, and energy for climate change mitigation and adaptation purposes; partly as a result of financialization of agriculture, nature, food systems and farmland. How does one govern such complex and fluid ‘value webs’?
Un examen a las FARC desde sus inicios, la realidad de sus relaciones con los cultivos ilícitos y el narcotráfico, y el estado crítico en que se halla el ‘intercambio humanitario’ con el desbordamiento y escalamiento del conflicto en la región.
The fallout from the current phase of capitalism has become more manifest globally in 2016, provoking unexpected political responses. However, the people most severely impacted by the current economic crisis have largely chosen to support political figures and positions[i] contrary to those that have been elaborated for years by the alter-globalisation left, also known as the global justice movement.