Programme for Food Autonomy Festival #5

We are looking back to two wonderful Food Autonomy Festival #5 weekends, with lots of great conversations, moments of shared laughter and joy, learning about building alternative food systems and taking down … verder lezen

Voices from the Reading Group #6 – Oppression in the Food System & the Struggle for Food Justice

On the 28th of April we had a reading group on Oppression in the Food System & the Struggle for Food Justice and the resources where: Video: Food + Justice = Democracy: … verder lezen

Land Concentration In the EU and the Role of the 2023 CAP Reform

At ASEED we have continuously concerned ourselves and been confronted with the topic of land – either through literature such as in the Reading Groups but also in what we saw happening … verder lezen

2020: A Year of Resilience and Resistance

Dear supporters, followers, and comrades, As 2020 comes to a close, we, at ASEED, have been reflecting on the year we’ve shared and what this means for us as individuals, as a … verder lezen

3 key learnings for seed sovereignty in the global South

What’s happening with seeds in the global South? After the cancellation of the Reclaim the Seeds this year, ASEED decided to connect with seed custodians from the global South and combine with recent research including front-line indigenous and/or peasant … verder lezen

The Lutkemeer Polder and Boterbloem Farm – A Space for Urban Food Autonomy?

With a globally rising urban population1, how to feed the cities has become of increasing concern. The question of how to feed a larger amount of people, however, often leads to technocratic solutions that speak … verder lezen

Farmer Portrait #3: Dirk Borgman from the Netherlands

Interview conducted by Robbie Dubbelman For this Farmer Portrait we will be going somwhere a bit closer to where the ASEED Office is located: The Netherlands. The farmer I interviewed is Dirk … verder lezen

New bi-monthly theme

The Common Agricultural Policy – A problem with potential for progress Yet again we are closing a chapter of the ASEED bi-monthly themes and we are moving on from degrowth which has … verder lezen

Farmer Portrait #1: Freddy Cordero from Costa Rica

Interview conducted by Robbie Dubbelman. Translation done by Joselyn Cordero Jirón. This is our first post in a weekly series called “Farmer Portraits.” We decided to take a look at the different … verder lezen

ESC Position available for Fossil Free Agriculture Campaign- Apply Now!

Do you have an affinity with activism, grass-roots organising, or campaigning on agriculture and food issues, as well as social justice? Are you concerned about climate change? Would you like to change … verder lezen

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