Press release: Pan-European Forum in Romania wraps up: food sovereignty takes root in Eastern Europe

Cluj-Napoca, October 31st – The fight back against industrial agriculture and for a just and sustainable future for farming and peasant farmers took a leap forward this week as the largest-ever European Forum on food sovereignty concluded. [1]


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Largest-ever European food sovereignty gathering kicks off in Romania

Cluj-Napoca, October 25th – the largest-ever European meeting on food sovereignty starts today, as over 600 people from over 40 countries gather to discuss how to reclaim our ever-more corporate-controlled food and farming system. The second European Nyéléni Forum for Food Sovereignty runs from October 26-30, and brings together farmers, fisherfolk, pastoralists, gardeners, food and agricultural workers, researchers, activists and many more.


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