Moving forward: Food Sovereignty in the UK

Colin Anderson Uncategorized 0 Comments

IMG_1113On October 25th 2015 a collection of people involved in the transformation of the UK food system assembled at the UK Food Sovereignty Gathering in Hebden Bridge to develop political opportunities and to mobilise for food sovereignty in the U.K. The Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience is participating in this emerging food sovereignty network and are engaging with partners in a process of Participatory Action Research to collaboratively and critically develop an inclusive, effective and political approach to building food sovereignty. See this project on this site to learn more.
Some reflections have been written from a range of differnet authors (please add more in the comments section and we’ll add them to the list).
‘Four things I learned about the UK food system’
http://www.globaljustice.org.uk/blog/2015/oct/26/four-things-i-learned-about-uk-food-system
‘The fight for agroecology in the United Kingdom’
http://www.agroecologynow.com/the-fight-for-agroecology-in-the-united-kingdom/

‘UK Food Sovereignty: another food system is possible’
http://www.ethicalconsumer.org/latestnews/entryid/1896/uk-food-sovereignty-another-food-system-is-possible.aspx

‘UK Food Sovereignty Movement going forward’
http://www.waronwant.org/media/uk-food-sovereignty-movement-going-forward

Is Food Sovereignty an Alternative to our Dysfunctional Food System?
http://www.ids.ac.uk/opinion/is-food-sovereignty-an-alternative-to-our-dysfunctional-food-systems

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