[Sorry, this article only exists in Dutch] Na een mooie en groeizame zomer staan er voor de komende dagen en weken in Amsterdam activiteiten op stapel die te maken hebben met de productie van voedsel. Van festivals tot filmvertoningen en discussies.
Last June the fifth international conference of the international peasants movement La Via Campesina took place in Indonesia. ASEED didn’t take part. To busy, to expensive and to much polluting travelling. But we do support Via Campesina and it’s goals. Below you find the empowering call that the participants agreed … verder lezen
On the 7th and 8th of June the GMO free days were organised. On June 7, in the evening, there was the debate with the title ‘Do we really need GMOs?’. At the debate proponents of industrial agriculture who say we need GMOs to feed the world and critics who … verder lezen
Every last Sunday of the month ASEED has café @ Dokhouse Gallery – Plantage Doklaan 8 – Amsterdam Sunday 30 June This month the ASEED café especially welcomes cityfarmers to come to the ASEED café. If you are interested in becoming more active in growing food in the city, come … verder lezen
Action, speakers, workshops, discussion, kids activities, farmers market, info stalls. Against GMOs and industrial farming, for GM free agriculture and a fair and ecological food chain. Come along to our GM free agriculture days in Wageningen in June to show resistance to GMOs in Europe.
7th of June: Panel Debate “Do we really need GMOs?”
8th of June: Action, speakers, workshops, discussion, kids activities, farmers market, info stalls. Against GMOs and industrial farming, for GM free agriculture and a fair and ecological food chain
The latest publication from A SEED is just out. "World Bank & Conditionalities – Poor Deal for Poor Countries" explains the full story of economic conditionalities imposed on poor countries by the Bank. Download the report. On the A SEED site you can also find a selection of reports from … verder lezen
November 2nd 2010, Enkhuizen, The Netherlands – Today around thirty climate conscious citizens paid a visit to the main premises of international agri-chemical giant Monsanto in the Netherlands. The aim was to find clues about the company's hidden agenda. Their suspicions were aroused by the company's new claims to feed and fuel the world, which somehow do not match Monsanto’s current atrocious human rights and environmental record.
Here is a collection of recent reports on the World Bank's conditionalities. World Bank & Conditionalities – Poor Deal for Poor Countries. This A SEED publication explains the full story of economic conditionalities imposed on poor countries by the Bank. Download the report. Demystifying ‘Good Governance’: an overview of World … verder lezen