ASEED Reading Group: Veganism and Organic Farming

Written by one of our beloved reading group members, thank you! In this ASEED reading group session, we discussed the animal-human relationship in the context of food production. The three articles are … verder lezen

Reading Group Report # 4 – Gender & Agriculture

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 … 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

Reading group report #3 -Women in Nature of Staying Alive 

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, … verder lezen

Reading group report #2 – Indigenous Resistance

“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 … verder lezen

ASEED Podcast 1.0: “Violence vs. Non-violence through Frantz Fanon and Albert Camus”

“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 … verder lezen

Reading group – non-violence & violence

On the 30th of October, ASEED organised a reading group on the topic of direct action: non-violence and diversity of tactics. The evening was very inspiring and filled with new insights. Thank … verder lezen

FFA info & benefit dinner in Amsterdam

On Thursday 3 October, the Fossil Free Agriculture folks will be cooking and sharing a delicious 3-course vegan meal at the Fabriek Volkskamer, in Amsterdam. Come join us!

Free the Soil report #6: Second day of the blockade! Time to look at the media.

The blockade of the fertilizer company Yara that had started on Monday, continued during the night. In the evening some activists, the newly formed ‘yellow finger’, even managed to block the third … verder lezen

Free the Soil report #5 Yara blocked

On September 23, 2019, 500 activists in Brunsbüttel, Northern Germany, have blocked the production site of YARA, the world’s largest producer of nitrogen fertilizers. In groups of several hundred people, they occupy … verder lezen

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