Reading Group Report # 4 – Gender & Agriculture
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Reading group // 29.01.2020 // Gender & Agriculture    Women who dig – Chapter Uganda Enraged: Women and Nature Donna Andrews, Kiah Smith and M. Alejandra Morena  Feminist agroecology for food sovereignty by Marta Soler, Marta Rivera and Irene García Roces “I decided to grow flowers. It was really experimental. … verder lezen

ASEED Podcast 2.0: “Gender & Agriculture” with Ann and Annie
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Here is our second episode of our ASEED podcast, related to our bi-monthly theme “Gender & Agriculture”. In the last two months we set up a reading group, a documentary night and a talk related to gender&agriculture / ecofeminism. Now our podcast is out again! For this reason we invited Annie and … verder lezen

ASEED at the “Gender Empowerment in Rural Areas” training in Catalonia
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Last December, some people from the ASEED team went to Catalonia for a youth exchange programme called GENERA (Gender Empowerment in Rural Areas). We learned a lot during the training and because of this we decided to share our experiences and insights we gained during theses days. In this report … verder lezen

Reading group report #3 -Women in Nature of Staying Alive 
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Reading group // 17.12.2019 // Gender & Agriculture  Vandana Shiva – Chapter 3 Women in Nature of Staying Alive  „With the violation of nature is linked the violation and marginalization of women, especially in the Third World. Women produce and reproduce life not merely biologically, but also through their social … verder lezen

Reading group report #2 – Indigenous Resistance
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“Indigenous resistance is not a one-time event. It continually asks: What proliferates in the absence of empire? Thus, it defines freedom not as the absence of settler colonialism, but as the amplified presence of Indigenous life and just relations with human and nonhuman relatives, and with the earth.” – Nick … verder lezen

Donate in December and we’ll receive double!
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ASEED needs support to continue fighting against corporate-controlled agriculture and to support local, sustainable, people-powered initiatives to grow and distribute food.

New bi-monthly theme: Gender & Agriculture
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We are excited to announce that we are moving from the first bi-monthly theme Direct Action to the new theme, Gender and Agriculture, within the Fossil Free Agriculture Campaign. The global food system is rigged – industrial agriculture dominates the way people in the global North get fed. What few know … verder lezen

Looking back on the Direct Action theme
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Since September 2019 we have started with the ASEED bi-monthly themes. September, October and November have been the months of the theme Direct Action (we did three instead of two because we felt we needed longer with this broad topic). Now that it has come to a close and a … verder lezen

Upcoming bi-monthly themes 2019/2020
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The Fossil Free Agricultural (FFA) campaign has been developed by ASEED in collaboration with other collectives since the beginning of 2018. In the first year we chose three large local and international projects: The Food Autonomy Festival, collaboration with Behoud Lutkemeer to help in the struggle to protect the Lutkemeer polder in Amsterdam and the Free the … verder lezen

ASEED Podcast 1.0: “Violence vs. Non-violence through Frantz Fanon and Albert Camus”
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“When we revolt it’s not for a particular culture. We revolt simply because, for many reasons, we can no longer breathe”, Frantz Fanon. We are super excited to announce the first episode of our ASEED podcast, related to our bi-monthly theme “direct action”. After Free the Soil, Behoud Lutkemeer, and the Extinction … verder lezen

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