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Food Sovereignty

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The agro-industrial model of food production and neoliberal economic policies are undermining global food security, eroding biological diversity, and contributing to climate change. We believe the solution to these challenges is found in food sovereignty, which calls for a transformation of the food system to one that is ecological, fair, and where people have decision making power.

Our Work on this issue

Inter Pares works with organizations and farmers movements around the globe who practice agroecology, and fight for food sovereignty. This includes supporting agroecological extension work, seed saving and multiplication, fostering understanding of the risks of genetic engineering, and building bridges between rural and urban communities to work together toward a more just food system.

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