We have recently published exciting and cutting-edge articles on global burning agrarian issues, as well as several special issues: • ‘Critical Perspectives in Agrarian Change and Peasant Studies’ (2009) • ‘Biofuels, Land and Agrarian Change’ guest edited by Phil McMichael and Ian Scoones (2010) • ‘New Frontiers of Land Control’ guest edited by Nancy Peluso and Christian Lund (2011) • ‘Green Grabbing: a New Appropriation of Nature?’ guest edited by James Fairhead, Melissa Leach & Ian Scoones (2012) • ‘The New Enclosures: Critical Perspectives on Corporate Land Deals’ guest edited by Ben White, Wendy Wolford & Ruth Hall (2012)
Language: English (Available in French, and Spanish)
New report argues that :
Land concentration and land grabbing are occurring and reaching blatant levels in Europe
Language: English (Available in French and Spanish)
Content: For many years the CFS was a space that was neglected by governments as it had no impact on the world governance of agriculture, which states considered as resting more in the hands of the World Trade Organization (WTO). Then in 2009 the committee was reformed. This booklet focuses on this reform and its consequences for civil society.
Edition: La Via Campesina
KEYWORDS La Via Campesina; food sovereignty; food crisis; agrarian reform
Simply giving people food is not enough to prevent famine, says Peter Rosset. Instead, we need to overhaul the policies that have upended the food supply.