Crash Barriers for Post-COVID-19 Food and Agricultural Systems
Many of the world’s current food and agricultural systems are in need of transformation – for people, for the environment and climate, and for our shared future. COVID-19 exposed, even more, that the distribution and commercialization of food is highly concentrated and inequitable. A conversational online event, with a long plenary Q&A that brings together social movements and civil society organisations, and authors of the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung publication «Crash Barriers forpost-COVID-19 food and agricultural systems», representing perspectives from Asia (India and Philippines) and the Americas (Argentina, Brazil, and the US).
P S Vijayshankar (Samaj Pragati Sahayog, India)
Matheus Gringo de Assunção (MST and Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research, Brazil)
Qiana Mickie (QJM Multiprise, USA)
Ang Cheatlom (Associate lawyer and ecological farming advocate, Cambodia)
Moderation: Patricia Lizarraga (Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung) and Refiloe Joala (Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung)