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

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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

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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.

GPS DECLARATION: End corporate monopoly control! Fight for People’s Rights to Just, Equitable, Healthy, and Sustainable Food Systems!

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The Declaration is the major outcome of the Global People's Summit on Food Systems for the radical transformation of the current food regimes towards just, equitable, healthy, and sustainable food systems.

Land to the Tillers = Food for All

If we are to transform food systems and ensure food for all, we must address how land (and wealth) is being concentrated into the hands of a very few at the expense of the many.

WTO out of Fisheries: End the Global Plunder of our Seas

Unity statement of participants in the webinar "New Waves of Plunder: On the WTO Negotiations on Fishing Subsidies" held 20 July 2021.

Rural Women and Food Sovereignty in the Asia Pacific

"Rural women occupy the lowest caste in terms of economic, politics and cultural rights. Rural women lose their independence as productive forces. Women are not recognized as important workers in food production in rural areas, are not entitled to arable land, do not receive financial support for production for agricultural inputs, and face various discrimination and oppression due to the existence of patriarchal power of men."

PLANTATIONS ARE PRISONS

Over a billion strong, we, agricultural workers, comprise…

Indian Food Systems: Distributive Justice in Access to Natural Resources and Food

Watch the video recording! https://www.youtube.com/embed/g3F6575gZ9Y 5th…

Localization, food sovereignty and food systems transformation

For underdeveloped countries in Asia, which comprise the great…

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

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

Peasants Rise Up (Indonesia): Women in palm oil and a community’s victory vs. land grabbing

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

Peasants Rise Up (Sri Lanka): Women struggle to break free from sugar company’s control

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