Derechos humanos / Derechos de los Agricultores

Farmers' Rights, endorsed by FAO in 1989, recognizes that farmers and rural communities have contributed greatly -- and continue to contribute -- to the creation, conservation, exchange and enhancement of genetic resources, and that they should be recognized and strengthened in their work. The ETC Group believes that Farmers' Rights must be recognized at the international level, and that its definition should be expanded by the human rights community as part of the Right to Food. Food sovereignty has largely replaced the more limited and less empowering concept of food security. Food sovereignty refers to the rights of peoples, communities and countries to define their own agricultural labour, fishing, food and land policies which are ecologically, socially, economically and culturally appropriate to their unique circumstances. It includes the true right to food and to produce food, which means that all people have the right to safe, nutritious and cultural appropriate food and to food producing resources and the ability to sustain themselves and their societies. (Source: Practical Action www.practicalaction.org)

“Funcionamiento” de la agricultura digital en América Latina y África, algunos ejemplos 10 Jun 2022
Documento de contexto: Por qué importa explicar las afirmaciones contrapuestas del 70% frente al 30% 31 Ene 2022
La Organización para la Agricultura y la Alimentación (FAO) de las Naciones Unidas, inició una polémica sobre si el campesinado o los agronegocios alimentan al mundo. 31 Ene 2022
No a las soluciones basadas en la Naturaleza
Declaración colectiva 30 Sep 2021
Porqué oponerse a la Cumbre sobre los Sistemas Alimentarios 19 Sep 2021
Actividades del Grupo ETC en la protesta contra la Cumbre sobre Sistemas Alimentarios 26 Jul 2021