What is the relation between movements for food sovereignty and the global movement for a culture of peace?


For one response to this question, see the editor’s blog at http://decade-culture-of-peace.org/blog/?p=284.

Readers are encouraged to comment below on this theme which refers to the following CPNN articles:

Agroecology and peasant agriculture to preserve biodiversity

In Latin America, agroecology is a deeply political struggle

France: Pierre Rabhi decorated with the Legion of Honor

France: The farmers who bought an old Lidl supermarket

France: Ces paysans qui ont racheté un Lidl supermarché

Guatemalan campesinos embrace ancestral farming practices to prevent migration

Uruguay: Declaration of the National Meeting and Festival of Family Farming and Producers of Creole Seeds

Argentina: Final declaration of the 6th Congress of CLOC Via Campesina

Argentina: CLOC-VC congress for supported food sovereignty and integral agrarian reforms

April 17: Farmers mobilise around the world against Free Trade Agreements and for food sovereignty

Interview with Vandana Shiva: Why small farms are key to feeding the world

Seed laws that criminalise farmers: resistance and fightback

France: Interview with a young farmer

Urban Farming Is Booming in the US, but What Does It Really Yield?

The film “Demain”, a manifesto?

Rennes, France : 210 000 habitants vers l’autosuffisance alimentaire !

Rennes, France: 210 000 inhabitants move towards food self-sufficiency!

Changing the system to address injustices: discussing with Mamadou Goita on the World Social Forum

Three Colombian women tell us why preserving seeds is an act of resistance

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