Gaining Control over our Food Systems

In order to combat hunger and malnutrition, we need to ensure that the human right to food of vulnerable groups is protected and realised in a way that gives them control over their food and farming systems. There are real opportunities to do so through agroecological farming practices, in which farmers work with nature instead of with chemical inputs, and through producer-consumer initiatives, both of which increase people’s food sovereignty.

Gaining Control over our Food Systems (pdf)