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More and Better at the World Social Forum 2013

How can unsustainable agriculture be transformed into agroecological and other forms of sustainable agriculture?
 
How can small scale food production and peasants movements be supported and strengthened?
 
What policies, actions and steps are needed for a transition into a viable food future?

How to strengthen the movements and alliances for transition?
 
Join the debate at the World Social Forum! 
 
When: Thursday, March 28th, h16-18.30
 
Where: Room P19 
 
Working language: English, French, Spanish, Arabic 
 
Organizer: More and Better Network 
 
Co-organizers: Pan African Farmers Organization (PAFO), IFOAM (International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements), PROPAC (Sub-Regional Platform of Peasant Organizations of Central Africa), ROPPA (Network of Farmers’ and Agricultural Producers’ Organisations of West Africa), Asian Farmers Association (AFA), Third World Network, ActionAid International, Oxfam International, FIMARC (International Federation of Rural Adult Catholic Movements), MIJARC (The International Movement of Catholic Agricultural Rural Youth), CIDSE (International alliance of Catholic development agencies), World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA), Asia Pacific Network for Food Sovereignity (APNFS), ETC-group, Sociedad cientifica Latinamericana de agroecologia (SOCLA). Avalon Foundation, Articulação Nacional de Agroecologia – ANA (Brazil), Associação Brasileira de Agroecologia - ABA (Brazil), Bangladesh Krishok Federation (Bangladesh), Biovision (Switzerland), Coordination Nationale des Organisations Paysannes du Mali (CNOP), FoodFirst (USA), ILEIA -Centre for learning on sustainable agriculture (the Netherlands), Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy - IATP (USA), Millennium Institute (USA), Navdanya (India), Oakland Institute (USA), SEARICE (the Philippines), Sustainable Food Trust (United Kingdom), The Development Fund (Norway), UK Food Group (United Kingdom), USC Canada, Terra Nuova (Italy), EuropeAfrica Campaign.
 
Inputs from leaders of farmers’ and fisherfolks’ organizations, international institutions, scientists and activists 
 
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For more information, please contact: secretariat@moreandbetter.org 
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