With nearly 5.7 million people in urgent need of humanitarian assistance, Colombo faces a serious challenge with food shortages, fall in agricultural production and destruction of livelihoods
Erika Takeo and Rohan Rice reflect on the advancement of women in Nicaragua since the Sandinista revolution
Presentation by S’bu Zikode to the United Nations Food Systems Summit: A Critical dialogue with the UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food on 16 September 2021
Today we look at a strike by government scheme workers in India, a violent eviction drive by police in the Indian state of Assam, and more
Communal gardens and farming enterprises are the beginning of sustainable food sovereignty in South Africa, but a basic income grant is essential to address hunger in the shorter term.
Despite crippling, unilateral sanctions and globally rising food prices, hunger levels in Nicaragua have been falling. How has this been achieved?
Jaime Amorim of La Via Campesina discusses the importance of food sovereignty as the pandemic induced global economic crisis has sent millions back to situations of hunger and misery
As hunger and food insecurity increases globally, the Sandinista government in Nicaragua has been working for the last decade to strengthen local food production and ensure food sovereignty in the face of sanctions
In five years of Pueblo a Pueblo, 1,500 tons of food was distributed to more than 300,000 families throughout the country
The national deputy, Federico Fagioli, and peasant organizations are promoting a bill to protect, strengthen and regulate food production by family agricultural producers
Argentina’s elite has waged strong resistance to the possible state takeover of the Vicentin Agroindustrial Group, ignoring how this could contribute towards food sovereignty and help Argentina deal its foreign debt crisis
Kelli Mafort, one of the movement’s leaders, reinforces the importance of solidarity in order to save lives