Peer Review – Action Research for Food System Transformation

Please find links below to the ‘forum’ and online platform for the peer review process. You will be able to: a) download the chapter; b) provide your comments on the chapter; c) read and respond to other comments on the chapter.

1. Gonzalez – Esnetik: Ethics, trust and transparency

2. Ayala & Chamorro – Women, Agroecology and Peace in Colombia (Spanish)

3. Romero Vasquez – Women Defending Territory in Peru

4. Brem-Wilson & Nicholson – LVC and the Academy

5. Nyantakyi-Frimpong et al – A farmer-to-farmer agroecological study in Malawi

6. Pimbert et al – Local Food Systems in Peru, India and Iran

7. Yanez – Network in Defence of Maize in Mexico

8. Kepkiewizc et al – Community Engaged Action Research in Canada

9. Beckie & Berezan – Engaging with Cuba’s Permaculture Movement

10. Silivay et al – Organising for Food Sovereignty

11. Rhamanian – The role of trust in building alliances of social movements

12. Roppel & Desmarais – Canadian Women Farmers Developing Farm Policy

13. Chatterjee, Smith & Basu – Participatory Research on Pollinators in India

14. Sanchez – Cais Maloka

15. Mama D – Give me back my yam

16. Ma’at á Nkemi – Soil and Me

17. de Brito Dias et al – From the Grassroots or by the State?

18. Gilberto – Water in Brazil

19. Conant – Community first!

20. King – Fighting Food Waste

21. Vadjunec – Seeing REDD

22. Singh – Imagining participation as transdisciplinary process of reflection

23. Chang et al – Living Lab

24. Wakeford – Participatory Workers: Harnessing the hidden power-brokers

25. Logan et al – Reclaiming The Plots

26. Salas & Tillmann – Participatory methods and food sovereignty in Peru

27. Madhoo – Participatory Theatre

28. Humberto & Mueller – Towards promoting “agro-ecological- entrepreneurship”

29. Hayward – Involving disadvantaged communities in food hubs