This new video by La Vía Campesina and GRAIN gives you the information you need to understand how the agroindustrial food
This video explores the different perspectives of food providers on agroecology and the calls from social movements to embed
A captivating story of seeds in one of the communities in Kenya working with African Biodiversity Network (ABN) partner, the
The following post, written by Peter Gubbels, is a response to the recent Washington Post article: “Why everyone who is sure
The biotech machinery has set its sights on cowpea, a crop that is indigenous to Africa, and is intent on introducing
Seeds of Sovereignty was released just over a year ago by The Gaia Foundation and the African Biodiversity Network in
A battle is raging for control of resources in Africa – land, water, seeds, minerals, ores, forests, oil, renewable energy
The front lines of the food sovereignty war in Ghana are swelling as the national parliament gives support to the Plant
We are using the world’s soils as if they were inexhaustible, continually withdrawing from an account, but never paying in.
Dedicated Zimbabwean farmers are making quiet breakthroughs that advance food sovereignty in their communities. Just as Mr.