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FAF#7: Stalls

This year many collectives will have stalls at the Food Autonomy Festival #7 in Amsterdam on Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th!!!

Paper Jam
Paper Jam is an anarchist print collective fighting against racist, cis-hetero-patriarchal, validist, ecocidal, capitalist global domination.

De Vrije Markt
All their products come from free companies. Regularly De Vrije Markt decide to support other social projects. What remains as profit is divided fairly. All this is done with great respect for nature and climate.

Alon’s Pickels
Alon’s Pickels is a pickle company that operates as an anti-capitalist/anti-colonialist tool that sells local vegetables fermented in wooden barrels.

Bakers WO Bosses
Bakers Without Bosses is an Anarcho bakers collective based in Amsterdam. Feed the people, fuck the po-po.

Green Ass Garden
Home made herbal medicine/products from the Green Ass Garden (ADM Noord). There is already the local free seed library in a small cupboard open to everyone in their medicinal food forest border. Green Ass Garden consists of three spaces with different functions: the Vegetable garden with the Geodesic Dome as a greenhouse, the Food Forest , the Het Groene Veld area.

De Vrije Bond
The Vrije Bond (Free Union) is a group of people who are trying to build a different society: a society without hierarchies, without oppression and without exploitation of humans, animals and the environment; an anarchist society in which we deal with each other on a basis of equality. The members of the Vrije Bond are all working in their own way, in their own city, neighborhood, job or action group, to create such a society. They are doing this through direct action, by organizing discussions, writing articles or supplying information. The Vrije Bond serves as a platform to meet each other, to exchange experiences, to develop theory and strategies, but also to organize activities and to support them.

Stop the War on Migrants
Stop the War on Migrants is a campaign against the current EU border and migration policies. We focus on the way the EU militarises border security (both at its own (external) borders and in third countries), deports people on the move and the arms companies and airlines, such as Airbus, Thales and Corendon, lobbying for and profiting from this.

Debt for Climate
A grassroots, Global South-driven initiative connecting social & climate justice struggles by uniting labor, social and climate movements from the Global South & North toward a common goal of turning debt-trap diplomacy on its head by canceling the debt of impoverished nations as a way to pay for leaving fossil fuels in the ground and financing a just transition. The implementation of a global Debt-for-Climate initiative has the potential to leave trillions of dollars in fossil fuel reserves in the ground, while freeing countries from a strangling debt burden often used as a tool for further extraction of natural resources.

Stichting Boerengroep (Peasant Foundation) is a student foundation at Wageningen University that aims to connect the university (students, research, education) with the reality and challenges of farmers in the Netherlands and worldwide. In this way they fight for social, just and sustainable food production. They do this by bringing students into the fields and farmers into lecture rooms at the university. They will present their project ‘Farm Experience Internship’, a summer course that aims to bridge theoretical knowledge about agroecology from students with practical skills and knowledge from farmers.

Transnational Institute
The Transnational Institute (TNI) is an international research and advocacy institute committed to building a just, democratic and sustainable planet. For nearly 50 years, TNI has served as a unique nexus between social movements, engaged scholars and policy makers.

Isopodcast is an Interactive Podcast about the importance of attention for our surroundings and our sensory experience. During this interactive experience people will stroll around and use their phone to slow down and listen to the sounds in the soil and within trees. It’s an experience for people to do by themselves that lasts about half an hour and can be done with headphones and an Android phone. The experience is sadly only available in Dutch for now. There will be some spare phones and headphones that already have the app installed.