Masterclasses over het DuRPh project en bezoek aan de Open Dag DuRPh

Wanneer: 12 en 15 augustus, Waar: 12 augustus: Plantage doklaan 8, Amsterdam 15 augustus: Algemene Barak, Droevendaalsesteeg 77, Wageningen van 11:30-12:30 Kosten: vrijwillige bijdrage

Gentechvrije Dagen in Wageningen succesvol verlopen

Dit verslag bestaat alleen nog maar in het Engels 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 … verder lezen

ASEED ‘Lekker naar de Boer’

22 juni en 23 juni was ASEED bij de open dagen van Lekker naar de Boer, een landelijk evenement waar biologische landbouw in het zonnetje wordt gezet. We hebben gratis gentech-vrije aardappelhapjes uitgedeeld op twee verschillende plekken in Flevoland, in het kader van onze ´Gentechfriet Eet Ik Niet´ campagne.

Lekker naar de Boer op 22 en 23 juni – ASEED is erbij

Op 22 en 23 juni 2013 zijn de ‘Lekker naar de Boer’-dagen. In het hele land houden boeren open huis om de biologische landbouw te promoten en te vieren. En ASEED zal daar op twee locaties bij zijn. In het kader van onze ‘Gentechfriet eet ik niet’ campagne zullen we … verder lezen

Programma gentechvrije picknick 8 juni Wageningen

Hier vind je het programma (wijzigingen voorbehouden) van de gentechvrije picknick die zaterdag 8 juni in Wageningen plaats vindt. De meeste activiteiten zijn buiten op het grasveld bij Duivendaal, Costerweg 50. Het debat in de avond vindt plaats in de Wilde Wereld, Burgstraat 1. Meer informatie en details vind je … verder lezen

Stop the seeds of destruction!

ImageOn the 15th of June 2005, activists from ASEED, XminY and Respect for Animals protested at the Ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality (LNV) and the offices of the Dutch Biotechnology Association (NIABA).

Support the Wetteren 11

2012-field_liberation_movement1-200x200Put GMOs on trial, not the field liberators.
Come to Dendermonde (BE), 15th of January 2013, 8 a.m

Click here to see the promotion video clip.

Come and add your voice to the chorus of support, join us in Dendermonde on the day of the trial, have breakfast, exchange information, fry organic chips and enjoy some live music.

info night about GMO resistance

Potato revolt in the 21st century: support the GMO resistance!

Sunday April 22 2012 – Plantage Doklaan 8, Amsterdam

Information evening with videos on the Big Potato Swap action in Wetteren (Belgium) last year, the upcoming trial of 11 participants and upcoming new actions. Defendants will tell you about the action Wetteren, their trial strategy. ASEED will give a brief overview of the situation on Genetic Manipulation in Flanders and the Netherlands, as well as explain a citizen inspection of Biotech Valley in Ghent on May 9.

Screening of ´Bitter Seeds’

Screening ‘Bitter Seeds’ on Friday February 1, 8pm (doors open at 7.30pm) @ D4net/Voedlink Bilderdijkstraat 165F, Amsterdam The documentary Bitter Seeds shows the disastrous consequences Monsanto’s products and dealings have for Indian farmers. After the screening ASEED will talk about the upcoming Reclaim the Seeds weekend taking place on March … verder lezen

Pamphlet protest action “GM Soy issues sidetracked”

(Handed out at GMO Conference 2009)

Dutch debate on socio-economic impacts GMO’s:
Sidetracking the real issues?

The Dutch Ministry of Agriculture today organises a conference about a very important topic: the socio-economic impacts of GMO’s. End of last year, the EU Environment Ministers decided that socio-economic criteria should be developed for GMO’s. But at this conference, the real issues seem to get sidetracked.

The Dutch Agriculture Ministry and the conference organisers are using this debate for another aim: to set the ground for a ‘review’ of the EU GMO policy. They claim, along with the biotech and animal feed industry, that the EU admission procedure for new GMO’s is too slow. In particular, they want to see the EU zero-tolerance policy regarding non-authorised GMO’s to be abolished. The argument for this is that this policy causes economic damages for Europe’s factory farms. The focus therefore is not on the real socio-economic impacts that soy production and factory farms cause around the world.

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