Global Crises & Global Movements

Responding to global food, fuel and financial crises, social movements are forming new ways of building social power and creating effective, community-based alternatives. For an introduction to this issue, download our Food First Issue Primer on Global Crises & Global Movements

Food Sovereignty: A Critical Dialogue

Video | Food First | Feb 21, 2014

The conference “Food Sovereignty: A Critical Dialogue” was held at Yale University on September 14–15, 2013. The event brought together leading scholars and political activists who are both advocates and skeptics of the concept of food sovereignty.

“Food Sovereignty” is Next Big Idea

Blog | Raj Patel | Dec 17, 2013

Concept spawned by farmers moving beyond the fields into global policy Food First Fellow Originally published in the Financial Times…

Food Sovereignty in Practice in the Basque Country

Backgrounders & Issue Brief | EHNE-Bizkaia | Oct 1, 2013

Food Sovereignty is a right and a utopia that helps us change society. It is the right of all peoples to decide on their means of production and what they eat.