OVERVIEW: The Global People’s Summit on Just, Equitable, Healthy, & Sustainable Food Systems on September 21 to 23

The Global People’s Summit (GPS) on Food Systems is a Global South-led counter-summit to the United Nations Food Systems Summit (UNFSS) and its corporate agenda. The three-day main event of the Global People's Summit on Food Systems culminates all efforts and activities held since early this year to expose the neoliberal leverage in the UNFSS and to amplify the voices of the hungry and marginalized for food systems that work for us, for our people, and for our planet. 

CALL TO ACTION: Join the Fight for Just, Equitable, Healthy, and Sustainable Food Systems

Contribute videos for the September 21 GPS opening, join the Global Day of Action for Just, Equitable, Healthy, and Sustainable Food Systems on September 23, and give tribute to our peasant heroes.

Localization, food sovereignty and food systems transformation

For underdeveloped countries in Asia, which comprise the great…

Los movimientos populares llaman a recuperar los sistemas alimentarios del control corporativo

Con motivo del Día Mundial del Medio Ambiente, el 5 de junio, los movimientos populares y las organizaciones de la sociedad civil de todo el mundo lanzaron hoy la Cumbre Mundial de los Pueblos (GPS, por su sigla en inglés) sobre sistemas alimentarios, una contracumbre a la Cumbre de sistemas alimentarios de Naciones Unidas (UNFSS, por su sigla en inglés). Los organizadores de la GPS se encuentran entre los cientos de Organizaciones de la Sociedad Civil (OSC)y organizaciones de pueblos indígenas que anteriormente han expresado críticas a la UNFSS por sus vínculos con las grandes empresas y la exclusión de los pequeños productores rurales de alimentos.

People’s movements to counter UN summit; call to reclaim food systems from corporate control

On the occasion of World Environment Day, June 5, people’s movements and civil society organizations around the globe today launched the Global People’s Summit (GPS) on Food Systems, a counter-summit to the UN Food Systems Summit (UNFSS) slated to be held later this year. Organisers of the GPS are among the hundreds of CSOs and indigenous peoples organizations who have previously voiced criticisms of the UNFSS for its ties to big businesses and exclusion of small rural food producers.

Peasants Rise Up (Pakistan): The oppression of small milk farmers

PAN Asia Pacific’s No Land, No Life! Campaign, together with…