DossierFood Sovereignty

Our food is a commodity, the ingredients of which we often have as little insight into as the social and ecological conditions under which it is produced. Biodiversity, productive soils, and water resources are growing scarce. Corporate power exerts increasing pressure on small-scale agricultural producers. In the Global South, they are deprived of their land and control over seeds. Farm workers are exploited in global supply chains and exposed to toxic pesticides on a daily basis.

Food sovereignty

VideoPesti­cides: An Ex­pens­ive Busi­ness

How the use of pesticides imposes immense costs on society

Video | 01.11.2021The Right to Food

690 million people around the world suffer from hunger. Why?