Food First News & Views

2001 Annual Report

Food First News & Views | Food First | Jan 1, 2002

Winter 2002, Vol. 25, No. 84 As we write to you, war rages on and the echo of the September 11th tragedy remains audible. Meanwhile, tremendous resources—which will never be available to fight hunger and poverty--are diverted to defense budgets.

World Forum on Food Sovereignty in Havana

Food First News & Views | Food First | Oct 1, 2001

Fall 2001, Vol. 24, No. 83 - Policies imposed by the World Bank, IMF, and WTO, and promoted by transnational corporations, have widened the gap between wealthy and poor countries and accentuated the unequal distribution of earnings within countries.

2000 Annual Report

Food First News & Views | Food First | Jan 1, 2001

Winter 2001, Vol. 24, No. 81 As Food First celebrates its 25th year, we are proud that we are wielding power for for social and economic justice with ever greater success. With your support, Food First has worked with communities from around the globe.

Anuradha Mittal Named Co-Director of Food First

Food First News & Views | Food First | Jul 1, 2000

Summer 2000, Vol. 22, No. 78 Food First's widely recognized and respected program staff person, Anuradha Mittal, has been named co-director of Food First.

A-16 Mobilization for Global Justice

Food First News & Views | Food First | Apr 1, 2000

Spring 2000, Vol. 22, No.77 Along with 25,000 other protesters, Food First marched for global justice in Washington, DC on April 16, finally bringing the IMF and World Bank into the public debate.

1999 Annual Report

Food First News & Views | Food First | Jan 1, 2000

Winter 2000, Vol. 22, No. 75 The week-long "Battle of Seattle" during the failed World Trade Organization talks, was a watershed event for the world's citizenry. We demonstrated our collective ability to be heard and to change the agenda.

Pesticide Use in California: More of the same

Food First News & Views | Food First | Oct 1, 1999

Fall 1999, Vol. 21, No. 73 Pesticides continue to threaten California's ecosystems and farmworkers according to two new reports released by Pesticide Reform (CPR) and Pesticide Action Network North America (PANNA).