Go to content

Home | News

Building public policies for agroecology

The International planning committee for Food Sovereignty (IPC) is currently leading the debate within the Food and Agricultural Organization of the UN (FAO) about what public policies can be proposed to promote and support a common vision of agroecology as developed by social movements and their allies (see the Declaration of the International Forum of Nyeleni). The More and Better network is glad to follow up on this in close connection with IPC  and its working group on Agroecology in order to strenghthen the process and create further opportunities to intersectoral exchanges between the different actors involved in Agroecology, especially in view of the upcoming Second International Symposium on Agroecology that will be held by FAO in 2018.

Share