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What kind of food do we want? Under which conditions do we want it to be produced, distributed and utilized? Those questions cannot be answered by the ‘free’ market and individual choices of consumption alone. Instead, conscious political action has to be taken in order to influence the current mode of production. Food sovereignty demands democratic participation in the food sector instead of giving absolute control to corporations.
As production of food is important for all of us, we want to create a space for workshops and debates about this topic. Therefore, we invite producers, consumers, researchers, harvest workers, gardeners, activists, members of unions or social movements to our Grätzl to participate in the Nyéléni Spring Meetup for Food Sovereignty from May 29th – June 2nd.