1. Marracuene Agroecology Project

    About 70% of the population in the world get their food from small-scale food producers, small scale farmers, pastoralists, fishers, hunters and gatherers. Small-scale farming has been recognised as the... (comment match)

  2. Farming Matters: Building Food Sovereignty

    This issue of Farming Matters is about food sovereignty. Food sovereignty is a self-organised, grassroots response to today’s problematic food and farming system. Diverse people, such as producers, consumers, peasants,... (comment match)

  3. Agroecology and Sustainable Development

    This report primarily focuses on agroecology projects and the views of Caritas France's partners in the Global South. The wide range of practices is tailored to providing local solutions for... (comment match)

  4. More and Better: Sign on to the letter about the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and agriculture

    o the High-Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development (HLPF) and all governments in the world More support for small-scale agroecological and other forms of sustainable agriculture is the key to reach... (comment match)

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  6. Report of the Special Rapporteur on the right to food

    The report was written by Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food, Hilal Elver, in collaboration with the Special Rapporteur on the implications for human rights of the environmentally sound... (comment match)

  7. Ending Hunger: What would it cost?

    The International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) and the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) joined forces to estimate what it would cost to end hunger, and the contribution that... (comment match)

  8. The future of food and agriculture: trends and challenges

    Are today’s food and agricultural systems capable of meeting the needs of a global population that is projected to reach more than nine billion by midcentury? Can we achieve the... (comment match)

  9. Nyeleni Newsletter March 2017: Agriculture and Free Trade Agreements

    Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) hurt food sovereignty because they: – Erase the possibility of public strategies supporting local markets. – Lower or remove tariffs on imported goods, hurting local small-scale food producers... (comment match)

  10. Peasant farming. A Buffer for Human Societies

    This article by Angela Hilmi and Sara Burbi explores the importance of peasant farming worldwide, the debate about its disappearance and the way it is being impacted by differentiated policies.... (comment match)