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.

Corporate Contagion: How the private sector is capturing the UN Food, Biodiversity and Climate Summits

With three crucial UN summits set to take place in the next six months, 2021 is shaping up to be a key year in the corporate take-over of biodiversity and climate policy-making.

UN Food Systems Summit: Action tracks toward greater corporate control of food

Who's calling the shots at the UN Food Systems Summit? A closer look at the leadership of the Action Tracks shows us how big corporations are in control--and why the people must act now to fight for the future of food systems!

RECAP | April 22 Global Day of Action on Corporate Control of Food Systems

At least 25 organizations from 13 countries joined the global action for #TheFoodWeWant, holding activities and posting on social media to call for just, equitable, healthy and sustainable food systems.

Stop Golden Rice! Network statement: Global Day of Action Against Corporate Control of Food Systems

Our expression, as a collective cause, is first and foremost, a stalwart response of the grassroots movement against the anti-people efforts by transnational corporations in the name of profit.

End Corporate Control of Food Systems! – Peasant Movement of the Philippines

We in the Kilusang Magbubukid ng Pilipinas (KMP) or Peasant Movement of the Philippines supports the Global Day of Action Against Corporate Control of Food Systems.

Bangladesh: Global Day of Action Against Corporate Control of Food Systems

Today, the whole world is occupied by a few corporate companies. They control the world's trade, agriculture, the world economy, market management, resources, food, water, natural resources, land and forests. Now their target is on the nature of the earth.