Voices from the Reading Group – Digitalization of Agriculture

On the 24th of March we had a reading group on the digitalization of agriculture and the readings were: Reclaiming the Future of Food: Challenging the Dematerialization of Food Systems by Marcos … verder lezen

Reclaim the Seeds ONLINE 20-21 March

After sadly having to cancel the Reclaim the Seeds 2020 because of the Corona outbreak, we are very happy to announce that this year will happen with an amazing online program!! Reclaim … verder lezen

Seed Banks – Community Based or Private?

Seed banks store seeds from different species all over the world. According to various sources there are than 1700 seed banks worldwide and for sure many more small-scale famers seeds banks. They … verder lezen

Reading Group Report #9-Who owns the land? Land Struggles and Land Grabbing

On Wednesday the 25th of November we had another online reading group on the highly complex topic of “Who controls the land?”. There were many interesting readings, but we chose to focus … verder lezen

ASEED analysis of the CAP 2020 proposed reforms

After a long week of dramatic negotiations, the MEP’s voted on the CAP reform proposal on the 21st of October. As expected, business as usual for the agro-food industry was proposed. The … verder lezen

ASEED Podcast 4.0: CAP with Verena & Stanka from Good Food Good Farming and Friends of the Earth Europe

ASEED Podcast 4.0 The Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) with Verena (Good Food Good Farming) & Stanka (Friends of the Earth Europe) Do you want to learn why it is essential to change … verder lezen

The Common Agriculture Policy – and where grassroots organisations all around see potential for change!

The Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) is one of the oldest EU’s policies. After more than a decade of post-World War II food shortages and hunger, it was introduced in 1962 to increase … verder lezen

Farmer Portrait #3: Dirk Borgman from the Netherlands

Interview conducted by Robbie Dubbelman For this Farmer Portrait we will be going somwhere a bit closer to where the ASEED Office is located: The Netherlands. The farmer I interviewed is Dirk … verder lezen

New bi-monthly theme

The Common Agricultural Policy – A problem with potential for progress Yet again we are closing a chapter of the ASEED bi-monthly themes and we are moving on from degrowth which has … verder lezen

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