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    24 Mar 2015
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    Urgenci, together with Habitat International Coalition, RIPESS and La Via Campesina, is organizing a workshop on Reclaiming Local Food Systems at the World Social Forum in Tunis, on March 25th. This workshop...
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    24 Mar 2015
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    Report on the International Agroecology Forum to address Food Sovereignty, Mali, 24-27 February 2015. This important global meeting was organised by IPC (International Planning Committee for Food Sovereignty), and hosted by...
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    12 Feb 2015
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    REKO has in a very short period became a great success in bringing producers and consumers together, and at the same time created local networks and logistics for locally produced food....
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    08 Jan 2015
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    CSA Demetria as a pioneer project for CSA Brasil By Johanna Abeln, Intern at Demetria CSA Farm, Brazil. The initiative for community‐supported agriculture exists now for about 3 years in Brazil....
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Urgenci has been participating in the Climate Space at WSF2015, and joined the collective preparing for COP21some months ago. The final declaration here in Tunis mentions solidarity economy as the systemic answer to the neoliberal system. In the Land and water convergence meeting we have managed to get local solidarity partnerships between producers and consumers mentioned as an important part of systemic change... ... See MoreSee Less

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At the workshop jointly run by HIC, Urgenci, RIPESS and the Via Campesina at the World Social Forum in Tunis on Reclaim the City, Reclaim our food system!, some of the members of the Brazilian MST movement, Jason Nardi, RIPESS and Judith Hitchman ... See MoreSee Less

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