Food sovereignty

The current food system is founded on intensive, single-crop farming, mainly for export, using chemical fertilisers and pesticides.

It is unsustainable, leading to inequality and exclusion, and we can see that a conflict such as the current war in Ukraine, which is a major world producer of cereals, can quickly lead to situations of hunger in the world. Given the growing risk of food insecurity, it is vital to achieve the objective of food sovereignty through agroecology that protects the most vulnerable, i.e., that respects people's right to healthy, culturally appropriate and sustainably grown food.

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