From ground to global: Connected actions advocating agroecology for food sovereignty
Biowatch South Africa will facilitate an exchange of experiences from their work with agroecology farmers to platforms for shared learning and advocacy in response to crises arising from the global industrialised food system. Biowatch supports smallholder farmers, works together with other civil society organisations, and engages decision-makers to challenge the industrialised food system and demonstrate agroecology as a means of ensuring biodiversity while attaining food and seed sovereignty and social justice.
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We are a network of dedicated scholars and practitioners, who work jointly with our partners to co-create research-based solutions for local needs.
Together, we can spark cycles of learning for better education.