MSc Thesis about the Lutkemeerpolder

One of the ASEED interns conducted an in-depth study on the history of the Lutkemeerpolder as a Master Thesis research for the programme of Sustainable Development at Utrecht University (Faculty of Geosciences). … verder lezen

Black lives matter and the importance of taking down statues

With the brutal killing of George Floyd, we saw a lot of Black Lives Matter protests happening recently. We as ASEED support these protests, and believe racist behaviour by police officers in … verder lezen

Intersectionality statement

ASEED’s commitment to embed intersectionality as an organising principle “The cause of the majority is the cause for all of us! It is all of our humanity that we seek to recover, … verder lezen

New bi-monthly theme: Degrowth

ASEED is continuing the bi-monthly themes. We are now saying goodbye to two months of focus on ’Alternatives to industrial agriculture’ and hello to the theme of “Degrowth”.  Given the current global … verder lezen

Coronavirus in Times of Climate Change

A Reflection: Causes of zoonotic diseases  Covid-19 belongs to the category of zoonotic diseases like  ebola, SARS, MERS and Zika. The increasing spread and persistence of these diseases over the past 20 … verder lezen

Rojava Everywhere Workshop hosted by the Barricade Collective

“A policy that promises salvation from the present crisis can only lead to a proper social system if it is ecological”. – Abdullah Öcalan The event On the 23rd of February 2020, … verder lezen

ASEED Podcast 2.0: “Gender & Agriculture” with Ann and Annie

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 … verder lezen

ASEED at the “Gender Empowerment in Rural Areas” training in Catalonia

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 … verder lezen

New bi-monthly theme: Gender & Agriculture

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 … verder lezen

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